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… Continue reading Solidarity Sidelined: Is there a future for human rights–driven development assistance for health at the Global Fund?
Publisher: Open Society Foundations In its 2012-2016 strategy, the Global Fund has prioritized the promotion and protection of human rights, as well as efforts to reach key affected populations. It… Continue reading Undermining the Global Fight: The Disconnect Between the Global Fund’s Strategy and the Real-life Implications of the New Funding Model
Publisher: Aidspan This paper presents an analysis of the allocations under the NFM for 2014-2017, including a description of the impact of “over-allocated” and “significantly over-allocated” determinants on totals for… Continue reading The New Funding Model Allocations: An Aidspan Analysis
Publisher: ICASO A key feature of the NFM is the Country Band. All 123 eligible countries are grouped into one of four Bands based on disease burden and income level.… Continue reading Punishing Success? Explanation of Band 4 of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and its implications for Civil Society and Key Populations
Publisher: Global Fund Developed Country NGO Delegation Under the New Funding Model (NFM) the Global Fund Board has encouraged all countries to express full demand, stating that Concept Notes should… Continue reading Developed Country NGO Delegation discussion paper: frontloading, incentive funds, UQD
Publisher: APCOM The key feature of the Global Fund’s New Funding Model (NFM) is to ensure the inclusiveness of civil society and key populations (KP), including men who have sex… Continue reading MSM and Transgender Engagement in Global Fund New Funding Model