Solidarity Sidelined: Is there a future for human rights–driven development assistance for health at the Global Fund? | April 01 2015
Publisher: Open Society Foundations
This report reflects on the founding values of the Global Fund, where it has made progress and where it has fallen short. It outlines three critical areas that require attention and advocacy:
- realizing the Global Fund’s human rights objectives
- preserving support in middle income countries
- supporting access to medicines for all at the lowest possible price
A period of changing global health governance and a dramatically shifting geography of poverty are part of the context for this briefing paper’s consideration of the impact of changes at the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB, and Malaria, including the Fund’s so-called New Funding Model.
This report is a resource for advocates working to assess the impact of the New Funding Model and to help shape the next five-year strategy.