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Trois grandes priorités des circonscriptions africaines reprises dans la nouvelle mouture de la stratégie du Fonds mondial

5 Jul 2016

Le Conseil d’administration du Fonds mondial a adopté - à l'unanimité et sous les applaudissements - sa nouvelle stratégie pour la période 2017-2022 lors de sa 35e réunion du Conseil d’administration, qui a eu lieu à Abidjan, en Côte d'Ivoire.

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Freshly minted Global Fund Strategy hits critical priorities of Africa constituencies

21 Jun 2016

The Global Fund Board passed its new Strategy for the period 2017-2022 – unanimously and to the sound of applause – during its 35th Board Meeting in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. The Africa constituencies of West and Central Africa, and East and Southern Africa, were pleased to see the long process of developing the new Global Fund Strategy reach a successful conclusion.

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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.

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New tender for bednets produces projected savings of $93 million over two years

21 Jan 2016
About one-fifth of the nets will be manufactured in Africa

As a result of a new tender for insecticide-treated mosquito nets, The Global Fund projects that it will achieve savings of $93 million over the next two years. The Global Fund expects to make $350 million in mosquito net purchases in that time period through its pooled procurement mechanism.

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Survey finds African key populations still largely excluded from decision-making, despite NFM promises

23 Nov 2015
Participation diminishes as countries move through the stages of the application process

According to a new report, cornerstone principals of the new funding model, such as inclusive country dialogue and meaningful participation, have not translated in practice for key populations in sub-Saharan Africa.

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Lors de la conférence sur l’aide au développement, les grands lignes du plan pour consolider l’agenda de l’après-2015 ont été tracées

24 Jul 2015
Les résultats de la réunion devraient offrir des pistes sur les positions des bailleurs avant la campagne de reconstitution des ressources de la mi-2016

Une réunion de haut-niveau des parties prenantes au niveau international s’est tenue à Addis-Abeba du 13 au 16 juillet pour développer une stratégie de financement des objectifs de développement durable après 2015 dans un contexte de crise financière et au moment où l’accent est mis sur l’augmentation des financements nationaux en matière de développement.

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At Financing for Development conference, the outlines of a plan to fund the post-2015 development agenda

17 Jul 2015
Outcomes of meeting should offer insight into donor postures ahead of Global Fund’s own replenishment campaign in mid-2016

A high-level meeting of global stakeholders took place 13-16 July in Addis Ababa to develop a strategy to finance the post-2015 sustainable development goals, against a backdrop of donor fatigue, the enduring global financial crisis and a growing insistence on improved domestic financing for development issues.

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From Africa, with one voice

18 May 2015

As the continent receiving the lion's share of Global Fund investments in the fight against AIDS, TB and malaria, Africa must do more to ensure its voices are heard in decision-making and strategy development: this was the clarion call made in Addis Ababa on 5 May at the first official meeting of the Africa Bureau.

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Prison feeding programs for HIV and TB inmates more than a matter of supplying food, Global Fund sub-recipients find

28 Feb 2014

For most inmates in Cote d’Ivoire, the arrival of a friend or loved one with a bowl of rice or attiéké, the local staple of fermented cassava pulp, is a highlight of a long and exhausting day of doing nothing but self-preservation.

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Report Renews Concerns About Stolen Malaria Medicines

8 Oct 2010

A report published recently in a medical journal has focussed renewed attention on the problem of donated malaria drugs being stolen and then sold in the private sector in Africa. According to researchers, in a study conducted between 2007 and early 2010, of nearly 900 samples purchased from private pharmacies in 11 African cities, 6.5% were stolen.

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