At the end of a funding cycle (2017-2019) and a year of review of applications for the 2020-2022 cycle (NFM3), the Global Fund has published several documents related to investments made to strengthen the health system.
The Global Fund adopts a new targeted funding approach in Angola for the 2021-2024 allocation period
As countries finalize their funding requests to the Global Fund or negotiate their grants for the 2020-2022 allocation cycle, it becomes important to reflect on systemic issues reported in the previous allocation cycle. Our review of the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) audit reports for 2019-2020 reveals that inaccurate and incomplete data is the third leading issue plaguing Global Fund grants.
During the new 2020-2022 funding cycle, and for the first time since the beginning of the new funding cycle in 2014, the Global Fund guidelines called for systematic investment in health system strengthening. This was based on the recommendations in the Technical Review Panel’s (TRP) report on resilient and sustainable systems for health (RSSH) investments.
THE AFRICAN CONSTITUENCY BUREAU SUPPORTS COUNTRIES TO WEIGH IN ON THE NEXT GLOBAL FUND STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT
THE GLOBAL FUND TECHNICAL REVIEW PANEL PRAISES INNOVATIVE FUNDING REQUESTS AND WORRIES ABOUT IMPACT OF COVID-19
COVID-19 PANDEMIC MAKES A CASE FOR MORE EFFECTIVE GLOBAL FUND INVESTMENTS IN HEALTH SYSTEMS IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
GLOBAL FUND GRANTS’ CO-FINANCING USED MORE TO BUY COMMODITIES THAN TO STRENGTHEN HEALTH SYSTEMS, IN PRACTICE