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Global Fund Releases Report on Participation of Civil Society

15 Jun 2007

Civil society (CS) has played a key role in the design and development of the Global Fund, and in the response to AIDS, TB and malaria, but some challenges remain if the contribution of CS is to be maximised. This is the main message of a new report released by the Global Fund, “An Evolving Partnership: The Global Fund and Civil Society in the Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.”

5.

New Manual Released on How FBOs Can Engage with the Global Fund

15 Jun 2007

Three organisations have jointly launched a new manual on how faith-based organisations (FBOs) in developing countries can interact with the Global Fund. “Engaging With The Global Fund To Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria - A Primer for Faith-Based Organizations” was produced by Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; World Vision; and Christian Connections for International Health.

4.

Main Decisions Made at Global Fund April Board Meeting

30 Apr 2007

Key decisions made by the Global Fund Board at the meeting that ended on Friday were as follows.

4.

Guide Published on Incorporating "Health System Strengthening" in Round 7 Proposals

30 Mar 2007

Physicians for Human Rights has released a Guide to Using Round 7 of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria to Support Health Systems Strengthening. This is an extensively revised update to a health systems strengthening guide for Round 6.

5.

Global Fund Identifies Resource Needs for 2008-2010

1 Mar 2007

In preparation for the Second Replenishment Meeting to be held in Oslo on 5-7 March 2007, the Global Fund has prepared a projection of its resource needs for the three-year period from 2008 to 2010.

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Global Fund Hires Investigator

7 Sep 2005

[The following article, reproduced in its entirety, was published in the Wall Street Journal on 3 August 2005.]

Global Fund Hires Investigator

By Michael M. Phillips, staff reporter of the Wall Street Journal

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria asked an outside investigator to look into allegations of mismanagement at the multibillion-dollar institution.

5.

"Communities" Delegation Seeks Focal Point

28 Jul 2005

The Global Fund board delegation that represents "Communities Living with AIDS, TB and Malaria" is seeking a person to serve as Communications Focal Point. This position requires one quarter to one half of the chosen person's time, and is unpaid, through costs are paid for attending Global Fund board meetings.

2.

Using Global Fund Grants to Finance Human Resources for Health

5 May 2005

The shortage of health workers in Africa has become recognized as the most significant constraint to scaling up health services, including for AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria. Countries outside Africa also face significant health workforce challenges. Meeting health workforce needs will require significant funds. The Global Fund is one important possible source for the financial resources required to support human resources.

5.

Global Fund Signs its Final "Round One" Grant

17 Apr 2005

On 14 April, the Global Fund signed its final Round 1 grant agreement. The $10 million HIV grant to Zimbabwe was originally approved three years ago.

Two Round 2 grant agreements have not yet been signed, two and a quarter years after approval. These are with Malawi, for malaria, and with South Africa, for HIV/TB.

2.

"Aidspan Guide to Round 5 Applications to the Global Fund" is Released

27 Mar 2005

"The Aidspan Guide to Round 5 Applications to the Global Fund" has just been published. It is accessible at no charge at www.aidspan.org/guides, where three previous Aidspan Guides are already available.

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