Examining Global Fund processes Malawi, Tanzania and Zimbabwe
Across the East and Southern Africa regions, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria is a lead financier of national responses to HIV. Within its current portfolio of HIV grants, three of the Global Fund’s largest investments are in Malawi, Tanzania and Zimbabwe, countries which each receive as much as US$500 million in three-year programme grants. The way that countries plan for, receive and implement these grants has major impacts on their ability to manage their HIV epidemics. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is working in Malawi,
Tanzania and Zimbabwe in partnership with governments and other stakeholders to improve the effectiveness and impact of national HIV programmes. Given the central role of the Global Fund in these countries, it is imperative for technical partners such as the foundation to understand how grants are planned for, structured and implemented so that their own work can be fully aligned with these contributions.
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