Global Fund seeks feedback from participants in country dialogues and the preparation of funding requests

16 Apr 2017

The Global Fund Secretariat is requesting people who were involved in country dialogues and the development of funding requests for the first window of applications for the 2017-2019 funding cycle to complete a confidential survey about their experiences. The Fund will use the results of the survey to improve the way it works.


More evidence of NFM participation gaps for African key populations

4 Mar 2016
Survey of CSOs and communities finds that concept note development is the most open part of the NFM

There is lesser participation from key populations than from civil society organizations in country and regional dialogues, according to survey conducted by the Eastern Africa National Networks of AIDS Services Organizations on civil society and community perspectives on Global Fund processes.


Majority of PRs Say Grant Negotiation Process Too Complex, Rating System Does Not Accurately Reflect Performance

23 Apr 2013
Aidspan survey achieves 37% response rate
Most PRs are happy with the use of PU/DRs for reporting

Two-thirds of the principal recipients (PRs) that responded to an Aidspan survey consider the grant negotiation process to be complex. The same proportion said that the grant rating system is not an accurate measure of performance.


Reports Document Adverse Impacts of Cancelling Round 11

15 Aug 2012
Declines in expected funding have impaired the ability of countries to scale up, and have threatened to disrupt current services
Programmes run by community-based organisations have been hard hit

The cancellation of Round 11 by the Global Fund has had a significant impact on programmes to fight AIDS, TB and malaria including, in particular, programmes being implemented by civil society organisations (CSOs). Programme scale-up and even some essential life-saving interventions that were planned by countries were halted.