Category Archives: Health finance

Changes to the Global Fund Eligibility Policy: An overview

An overview for civil society on proposed changes to the Global Fund’s eligibility policy. Continue reading

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In the global HIV response, data invisibility for hidden populations fuels inequality – now some hidden populations are fighting back.  Continue reading

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Aid eligibility in a mobile, high-velocity world

Why are we still allocating funds for health to precisely those national governments who fail to care for or dedicate funding to those who need it? Continue reading

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TB, Human Rights and the Law: “Tell it like it is”

Stop TB Partnership’s workshop on TB and human rights this week: fired up and ready for action. Continue reading

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Global Fund KPIs: Accountability and the hall of mirrors

About two weeks ago, the Global Fund Observer, a newsletter that reports on the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria, published an article about the Fund’s Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). The article raised concerns about the process of developing the KPIs, … Continue reading

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