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The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

Posted Mar 12 2010 1:28pm

“….On March 8, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria launched its report, The Global Fund 2010: Innovation and Impact, presenting results so far and outlining challenges and new strategies. Since its inception in 2002, the Fund has grown into an impressive force in the landscape of global health initiatives. By its own estimation, the Fund has supported programmes that have saved around 4·9 million lives. It has allocated US$19·2 billion and disbursed $10 billion to 144 countries….”

Global Fund 2010 Innovation and Impact

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

Geneva, Switzerland March 2010

Available online PDF [132p.] at http://www.theglobalfund.org/documents/replenishment/2010/Global_Fund_2010_Innovation_and_Impact_en.pdf

“……The Global Fund was established to make a difference by tackling head-on three

of the diseases that condemn vast numbers of people to ill health, discrimination and

other human rights abuses, poverty and preventable early death. This is the inspiring

and noble vision that unites us in our work at the Global Fund……….”

— MICHEL KAZATCHKINE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

THE GLOBAL FUND TO FIGHT AIDS, TUBERCULOSIS AND MALARIA


TABLE OF CONTENTS

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. INTRODUCTION

2. RESULTS AND PROGRESS ON INTERNATIONAL TARGETS

2.1 KEY GLOBAL RESULTS OF GLOBAL FUND-SUPPORTED PROGRAMS

2.2 KEY RESULTS BY REGION

2.3 CONTRIBUTION TO INTERNATIONAL EFFORTS AND BREAKDOWN OF EXPENDITURES

2.4 THE GLOBAL FUND’S CONTRIBUTION TO PROGRESS ON THE MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL TARGETS

2.5 RESULTS OF PERFORMANCE-BASED FUNDING

2.6 ENSURING EQUITABLE ACCESS TO SERVICES

2.7 CHALLENGES

3. IMPROVING EFFECTIVENESS

3.1 AID EFFECTIVENESS

3.2 IMPROVING VALUE FOR MONEY

3.3 UNIT COSTS FOR KEY INTERVENTIONS IN PROGRAMS

3.4 MAXIMIZING IMPACT: COST-EFFECTIVENESS AND ECONOMIC RETURNS ON INVESTMENT

3.5 THE WAY FORWARD: CONTINUING TO IMPROVE AID EFFECTIVENESS AND VALUE FOR MONEY

4. LEARNING AND INNOVATING

4.1 LEARNING THROUGH GRANT AND SECRETARIAT OPERATIONS

4.2 LEARNING THROUGH EVALUATIONS

4.3 LEARNING FROM STUDIES UNDERTAKEN BY THE OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL

4.4 LEARNING THROUGH PARTNERSHIPS

4.5 CONTINUING TO UNDERTAKE NEW INITIATIVES AND INNOVATE

5. CONCLUSIONS

REFERENCES

ANNEXES

ANNEX 1. LIST OF BOXES, FIGURES AND TABLES

ANNEX 2. THE GLOBAL FUND STRUCTURE AND REGIONS

ANNEX 3. SUMMARY OF GLOBAL FUND-SUPPORTED PROGRAMS

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