Publisher: Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
This paperhighlights actions being taken toward increased ownership and sustainability in fighting the three diseases in Indonesia, the Dominican Republic, Namibia, Nicaragua, South Africa and Sri Lanka.
As illustrated in Friends’ paper, some countries are already transitioning off foreign aid programs. Others are just beginning their journey toward sustainability. In addition to financial co-investment, Steps Toward Sustainability highlights advancements such as health systems strengthening, capacity building and training. These case studies indicate that effective, sustainable models can take many forms depending on what is most effective in a given region.
This report presents the latest data from recipients of Global Fund grants as well as the latest evidence of impact on the HIV, tuberculosis (TB) and malaria pandemics, and the most up-to-date information on Global Fund financing.
The Global Fund estimates that US$ 87 billion will be required from 2014 to 2016 to reach all vulnerable populations in Global Fund-eligible low- and middle-income countries with essential services to bring all three diseases under control. This level of financing requires a joint effort of all partners and must be seen as a shared responsibility of implementing countries and the international community. A contribution of US$ 15 billion from the Global Fund would allow the global community, working collectively, to cover 87 percent of the total funding needed to effectively fight the three diseases in the 2014-2016 period.
The Global Fund Results Report 2012 presents the latest data from recipients of Global Fund grants in 151 countries – as well as the latest evidence of impact on the HIV, tuberculosis (TB) and malaria pandemics, and the most up-to-date information on Global Fund financing.
The Global Fund Strategy 2012-2016 defines the organization‟s aspirations and strategic actions for contributing to the collective fight against HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. It defines how the Global Fund will aim to accelerate progress, build on past successes and investments, and evolve to address challenges and seize opportunities – how it will “invest for impact”.
Review of HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria landscape
Summary report from the consultations
Background information on goals and targets
The Global Fund Secretariat welcomed the Five-Year Evaluation as an opportunity for reflection and learning, and, as requested, presented a management response to the Board at the 20th Board Meeting in November 2009 . The response includes time-bound actions responding to the five overarching recommendations.