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Global Fund grants’ co-financing used more to buy commodities than to strengthen health systems, in practice
In low-income countries co-financing should focus more on building self-sustaining health systems
Amounts budgeted for RSSH for the 2014-2016 allocation period are compared to the average for countries of similar income levels
We provide additional information on the allocation letters
In the allocation letters to countries in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA), the Global Fund made a strong push for increasing investments in building resilient and sustainable systems for health (RSSH).
Les lettres précisent les pays éligibles aux fonds de contrepartie
Letters specify which countries are eligible for matching funds
*Editor’s Note: Since the publication of this article, the Global Fund has subsequently made all information about matching funds publicly available on its website:
Most high impact countries must submit a full application
When countries received their allocation letters on 15 December 2016, a lot of critical information was shared about the next funding cycle (2017-2019).