Global Fund funding opportunity – COVID-19 Response Mechanism

The COVID-19 Response Mechanism (C19RM), approved in April 2020, authorizes US$500 million in funding in addition to grant flexibilities. C19RM can be used across the three diseases and the health system, even if a country only has a single Global Fund grant for one component. The CCM will assess the most urgent needs and direct […]

COVID-related Funding Opportunities for Civil Society Working on HIV, TB, Malaria, Gender and Human Rights

We would like to share with you the information about few COVID-related Funding Opportunities available for Civil Society Working on HIV, TB, Malaria, Gender and Human Rights in EECA.

Global Fund Donors Pledge US$14 Billion in Fight to End Epidemics

LYON, France –In an unprecedented show of global solidarity, donors at the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment Conference pledged US$14.02 billion for the next three years – the largest amount ever raised for a multilateral health organization, and the largest amount by the Global Fund. The funds will help save 16 million lives and end the epidemics […]

Global Fund Replenishment Conference side event “Funding the Harm Reduction Response: Stepping up the fight to end AIDS among people who use drugs”

The Sixth Replenishment Conference of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, hosted by the government of France under the patronage of President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, on 9-10 October in Lyon.

Global Fund Webinar: An Overview of the Application Process

To share information about the 2020-2022 funding cycle, the Global Fund will be hosting a series of webinars over the next few months.

Transition of TB program in Romania: the role, opportunities and priorities for civil society

35 participants including civil society representatives, CCM members, Global Fund Portfolio Manager, experts from neighboring countries and representatives of the governmental structures gathered in Bucharest on 13 – 14 of June at a workshop to discuss what they can do for a greater sustainability of the country’s responses to the TB and HIV epidemics.