Materials and Publications

The Challenges of Global Fund Transition in Albania: HIV Prevention Services for Key Populations on the Brink of Collapse

According to the estimated needs to sustain HIV and TB responses in Albania, approximately US$3 million is required per year to address the two epidemics effectively. The implementation of the current Global Fund HIV and TB grant of approximately US$5.8 million is ending in December 2019. The last transition grant is expected to start in […]

Interregional workshop in preparation for transitioning towards domestic financing in TB, HIV and Malaria response

This report is prepared on a workshop, organized jointly by the WHO Regional Office for Europe, WHO headquarters, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and the United States Agency for International Development, took place on 17–19 October 2018, in Tbilisi, Georgia.

The impact of the Global Fund’s Eligibility Policy on access of KAPs to HIV services in Romania

Abstract: In the light of the recent approval of the Revised Global Fund’s Eligibility Policy at the 39th Meeting of the Global Fund Board this article provides an overview of the Romanian “eligibility story” and continuous attempts of Romanian NGOs to break the political barriers within the Global Fund and prove their eligibility to receive […]

The sustainability of the results of the last Global Fund HIV grant for Russia are under a threat

Abstract: The results of the implementation of the recently closed HIV program in Russsia are under a threat due to the ineligibility of country for Global Fund‘s transition funding and unwillingness of the government to suppot the implemented activities. At the same time there is a chance that Ruissa could become eligible for GF HIV […]

Global Fund grant to Ukraine finds treatment success for multidrug-resistant TB with two-pronged approach

Author: Ivan Varentsov, EHRA Sustainability and Transition Advisor and Coordinator of the EECA Regional Platform for Communication and Coordination