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AIDSPAN STRATEGIC PLAN (ABRIDGED) 2018-2022
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OUR HISTORY

AIDSPAN is currently focused exclusively on the Global Fund and its implementing countries. Since its founding in 2002, Aidspan has contributed extensively to improving knowledge and insight..

WHAT WE ARE

Aidspan is a non-profit organization based in Kenya whose mission is to reinforce the effectiveness of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria by serving as...

Aidspan Portal Workbench

APW is a flexible and powerful web-based application which retrieves grant portfolio data from the web services provided by the Global Fund and then makes the data available in a ...

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GFO Current Articles

Aidspan Board member and health economist Alan Whiteside recaps the brief, dramatic history of COVID-19, and compares the transmission of the newest coronavirus with the early days of the HIV epidemic. This article draws attention to the near-total lack, so far, of public-health guidance on interactions between...

22 Mar 2020

Malawi, Sierra Leone and Uganda are three African countries with varying disease burdens, Global Fund grant allocations, and operating environments. However, the state Principal Recipients, who manage most of the Global Fund grants in the three countries, face similar challenges spending their Global Fund...

18 Mar 2020

The Global Fund requires annual audits of its grants, with countries’ own ‘supreme audit institutions’ (SAIs) as the preferred auditors of grants managed by state Principal Recipients. The supreme audit institutions of Ghana, Kenya, and Rwanda are among the few SAIs that already conduct annual audits of Global...

18 Mar 2020

The Global Fund Board has allocated $43.3 million in additional funding for portfolio optimization to several Global Fund grants, including Kosovo (HIV/AIDS), the Middle East Response (integrated), Namibia (Malaria), Nigeria (Malaria), South Sudan (Tuberculosis), and Zambia (TB/HIV).

18 Mar 2020

Countries in West and Central Africa, among others on the continent, are diverting enormous energy and resources into their efforts to contain the world’s newest coronavirus, COVID-19. This threatens the quality and timeliness of their applications for Global Fund funding in the 2020-2022 funding cycle. Might the...

18 Mar 2020