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Global Fund’s transition management processes are mostly effective, OIG audit finds

18 Sep 2018
Most transition challenges “are beyond the Global Fund’s direct control” but approach to monitoring transition grants needs improvement

In 2016, the Global Fund Board approved the Sustainability, Transition and Co-financing (STC) policy, a policy designed to guide implementing countries’ transition from Global Fund support to their own full funding and implementation of their HIV, TB and malaria programs.

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Status of transitions from Global Fund support in the EECA region

3 Apr 2018
EECA is one of two regions where transition planning is most advanced

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Despite challenges, the Global Fund’s HIV grant to Paraguay is making progress, TRP says

20 Mar 2018
Challenges include stigma, discrimination and gender-based violence

The Global Fund Board recently approved a grant to civil society principal recipient (PR), Fundacion Centro de Informacion y Recursons para el Desarollo (CIRD), in Paraguay. The planned implementation period for the grant is 1 March 2018 to 28 February 2021.

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India plans to transition away from Global Fund support over the next nine years

7 Mar 2018
Some transition measures have already been adopted
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A Global Fund multi-country program in Southeast Asia helps countries SHIFT towards sustainable HIV financing

7 Mar 2018
SHIFT aims to respond to the changing HIV funding landscape
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Ukraine starts transition away from Global Fund support without a detailed transition plan, OIG says

6 Feb 2018
Audit gives Ukraine a mixed report card
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Tool developed by Global Fund and APMG Health used in transitioning countries to assess sustainability of services for key populations

12 Dec 2017
Piloted in LAC region, tool is used to evaluate whether CSOs can use government resources to provide services

As more and more countries in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) become ineligible for funding from the Global Fund, there have been legitimate concerns about the sustainability of the response to the diseases in these countries – in particular, whether civil society organizations (CSOs) will be able to continue to play the vital role of providing prevention, treatment and care services for key and vulnerable populations.

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Le Fonds mondial réalise des progrès significatifs dans la mise en œuvre de sa stratégie durant une année d’intense activité d’établissement de subventions

22 Nov 2017
Les calendriers et les ressources ont toutefois été sous pression
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Global Fund makes significant progress on Strategy implementation during a busy year of grant-making

16 Nov 2017
However, timelines and resources have been squeezed in the process

A report prepared for the Board meeting on 14-15 November in Geneva, Switzerland provided an update on the implementation of activities under the objectives and sub-objectives of the Global Fund’s 2017-2022 Strategy. For each sub-objective, the report described the progress achieved to date, as well as key challenges and risks, and future plans. In addition, the report identified the key performance indicator (KPI) tied to each sub-objective.

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Global Fund’s Strategy Committee favors retaining GNI per capita as a measure of country income

16 Nov 2017
Committee believes that emergency funding for ineligible countries should be addressed outside the Eligibility Policy
Revised Eligibility Policy will be submitted to the Board in May 2018

The Strategy Committee, which has been discussing possible changes to the Global Fund’s Eligibility Policy, will recommend a revised strategy to the Board at the its

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