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The Global Fund explores the use of impact bonds and social success notes

21 Aug 2018
Outcomes-based financing approach could reduce the risks associated with innovation
Part 2 of a 3-part series

In the beginning, there was performance-based funding. It was the outcomes-based mechanism of choice for the Global Fund and forms the foundation on which the Global Fund’s grant architecture was built. The idea was simple. Release funding in tranches, whereby recipients were required to reach specific targets before the rest of the grant would be disbursed.

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Peter Sands calls for increases in funding from implementing countries and for health’s share of ODA

31 Jul 2018
Global Fund Executive Director says resilient health systems must be funded domestically

“It is a false dichotomy to have a tension between Universal Health Care or ‘ending the epidemic’,” said Global Fund Executive Director Peter Sands at the 22nd International AIDS conference, where scores of formal and thousands of informal discussions focused on the need to integrate HIV testing, care and treatment into the broader global health agenda.

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Pakistan’s funding request to the Global Fund prioritizes TB case notification and treating MDR-TB cases

3 Apr 2018
TRP requested more information on plans to reach key populations
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Partnership between the Global Fund and Heineken still making the news

19 Mar 2018
Editorial in The Lancet says that Peter Sands need to balance his passion for the private sector with respect for the pluralism of the global health community

The Global Fund–Heineken partnership continues to reverberate, and Global Fund Executive Director Peter Sands has been caught up in its vortex.

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Strong role for private sector in Global Fund's TB grants to India

6 Feb 2018
India has ambitious goal to end TB by 2025

Among the grants approved by the Board recently were four TB grants and one TB/HIV grant to India. In this article, we report on the comments from the Technical Review Panel (TRP) and the Grants Approvals Committee (GAC) on the funding request from which these grants emanated.

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Replenishment Conference was about more than just the numbers

21 Sep 2016
Civil society, the private sector, and entertainers showed up in Montreal to support the replenishment

The Global Fund’s Fifth Replenishment Conference in Montreal involved much more than just donors making their formal pledges for the next three years.

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Replenishment round-up: New pledges from Japan and New Zealand

7 Jun 2016
Events scheduled for the High Level Meeting on Ending AIDS

The Global Fund’s replenishment campaign cranked up a notch in May with the announcement by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan of a USD 800 million pledge to The Global Fund’s Fifth Replenishment ahead of G7 Summit which was held on 26–27 May in Japan.

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EC’s pledge of € 470 million represents a strong start to The Global Fund’s replenishment campaign

21 Mar 2016
Advocates meet in Amsterdam to strategize for the replenishment

The European Commission is pledging € 470 million to The Global Fund for 2017-2019, an increase of € 100 million, or 27%, over the EC’s pledge for 2014-2016.

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New HIV grant signed for Papua New Guinea

18 Jun 2015
Key population services emphasized in $14.2 million grant

Papua New Guinea has signed a $14.2 million grant with the Global Fund under the new funding model that emphasizes outreach and targeted prevention messages for key populations, as well as continuing service delivery even to the most remote areas in the Pacific nation.

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Mozambique's drive to control malaria puts collaboration at its core

27 May 2015

Mozambique, where malaria is nationally endemic and still a major driver of mortality especially among children, is a good example of how collaboration between government, civil society and the private sector can contribute to an effective response to the disease.

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