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Eligibility is determined by a country’s income level and official disease burden data. A country’s income level for 2014 is based on income classifications published by the World Bank in July 2013, in accordance with GNI-per-capita thresholds for each income classification, and take into consideration updates to the GNI-per-capita data for certain countries published by the World Bank in December 2013.

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Publisher: ICASO

Despite widespread acknowledgement that civil society involvement is a prerequisite for optimally functioning Country Coordinating Mechanisms (CCMs), civil society is still too often constrained in its ability to influence decision-making within them. As the Global Fund re-imagines how to support the participation of civil society and key affected populations in CCMs, it is important to take stock of the many lessons learned to-date.


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The main purpose of this whistle-blowing policy is to help the Global Fund exercise its duty of trust to protect its funds and to protect employees from behavior that does not adhere to the Global Fund’s core values or employee Handbook and Code of Conduct. The policy applies both to internal whistle-blowers (Global Fund employees), and to third-parties involved with the programs funded by the Global Fund.


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Publisher: World Vision International

This paper offers a guide to Global Fund-programme implementers to optimally utilise existing opportunities in Global Fund-supported country programmes to maximise MNCH outcomes. It examines each stage in the lifecycle and provides, as an annex, a menu of interventions within programmes for the three diseases to address ways in which these diseases affect MNCH outcomes, along with MNCH interventions that can be added on to disease-specific interventions of Global Fund-supported programmes. It also presents an array of linkages and actions from national health systems to community levels that, together, can effectively deliver the range of MNCH interventions within disease programmes, with particular attention to organisational “preparedness” of health systems, to enable integrated service delivery.

In recent years, the Board and Secretariat have recognized the need to strengthen efforts to ensure that most-affected populations, including sex workers, men who have sex with men, transgender people and other sexual minorities be given appropriate priority in Global Fund policies, processes and funding.


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