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Global Fund Investments in Adolescents and Youth in Eastern and Southern Africa for the years 2018-2021

The Global Fund to fight HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (hereafter the Global Fund) was established in 2002 as a major financier of health programs. The Global Fund spends about $4 billion a year to finance programs implemented by local experts (Global Fund, 2018c) in more than 100 countries. The Global Fund invests in those diseases following a funding cycle of about three years. The current grant allocation period covers the years 2017 – 2019 and its implementation period 2018 to 2020. There are a few transition months to prepare for the next allocation period.

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GFO Issue 316

Issue Number: 
316
Issue Date: 
Wed, 2017-07-19
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Dear subscribers


Welcome to this first  issue of the Global Fund Observer after the well-deserved holidays. For those who missed it, we did publish a special issue on the International AIDS Society conference, #416.


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A key Global Fund manual that poses as many questions as it provides answers

I was due to continue my review and critique of the Global Fund’s Operational Policy Manual (OPM) but, after my Part 2 article in March this year, the Secretariat reviewed the format of the OPM and issued a new version on 1 May 2022. So, I have to begin again to review the operational policies...

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The Technical Review Panel notes some improvements in Global Fund funding requests

In July, the Global Fund published the 2020-2022 Technical Review Panel (TRP) Observations Report. This article looks at the TRP’s observations by Strategy area and the implications of the findings for the upcoming new grant cycle starting in the autumn.


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