Global Fund’s 2018 Eligibility List and update of Projected Transitions
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The Global Fund has published its 2018 Eligibility List:
The Eligibility List is published on an annual basis. The 2018 Eligibility List does not impact allocation funding during the 2017-2019 period. The next allocation is expected to take place at the end of 2019, for the 2020-2022 period. A country component would need to be eligible on the 2020 Eligibility List in order to be considered for an allocation in the next funding cycle, noting that eligibility does not guarantee an allocation. If a country has no eligible programs, it does not appear on the list.
Also the Global Fund has updated the a list of country components projected to transition fully from Global Fund financing by 2025 due to improvements in income classification and based on current eligibility criteria. These projections are not intended as binding determinations or statements of Global Fund policy, and are only provided as an additional resource to assist countries in preparing for transition.
Both documents are available following this link: https://www.theglobalfund.org/en/funding-model/funding-process-steps/eligibility-transitions/
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