Transition is the buzzword that has gained a boost after the recent approval of the Global Fund policy. It is no more than a euphemism for a less guilt-ridden exit of the funding mechanisms.
In a recent GFO commentary, Ralf Jürgens, Senior Human Rights Coordinator at the Global Fund, flagged the need for increased Global Fund investment in programs which reduce human rights barriers to HIV,
Ahead of next week’s International AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria today released results that show a significant increase in the number of people being treated for HIV.
The note by Gemma Oberth published in the Global Fund Observer Newsletter, summarizes the Global Fund Advocates Network (GFAN) advocacy brief aimed at stakeholders who are involved in the 2016 High Level Meeting on Ending AIDS.
This article by Charlie Baran published in Global Fund Observer Newsletter, presents the second wave of regional concept notes (RCNs) approved by the Global Fund.
The note by Javier Hourcade Bellocq published on Corresponsales Clave, makes a preliminary analysis of the new funds allocation methodology, approved at the Global Fund 35th Board Meeting,
This article by Javier Hourcade Bellocq published in Corresponsales Clave, reflects on the first impacts brought by the new Sustainability, Transition and Co-funding policy (STC),
Latin America faces a big challenge as a consequence of the international cooperation context. All countries with Global Fund grants must enter into a transition process so the Governments fully assume the responsibility to respond to malaria,