Month: March 2019

Call for Proposals: TB REACH Wave 7

The Stop TB Partnership just announced the launch of its TB REACH Wave 7. For this Wave, Stop TB Partnership is looking for innovative and groundbreaking approaches and technologies that advances gender-responsive TB programming and has emphasis on improving TB case finding and treatment outcomes with emphasis on empowering women and girls as part of the TB response. Example of proposals are the following: Proposals that promote women empowerment at community level to facilitate case finding approaches, such as engagement of women in leadership roles in TB health work, education of women to perform healthcare tasks. Proposals that engage...

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Global Fund Country Results Profiles

In February 2019, The Global Fund released results profiles of 22 high-burden countries, including nine (9) high-burden countries in Asia and the Pacific. These results profiles can be downloaded through each country’s “Documentation” section. At the same time, you may easily access the Global Fund results profiles of each country’s HIV, tuberculosis, malaria, and Resilient and Sustainable Systems for Health (RSSH) by clicking the country and the links below! Bangladesh Bangladesh HIV Results Profile February 2019 Bangladesh TB Results Profile February 2019 Bangladesh Malaria Results Profile February 2019 Bangladesh RSSH Results Profile February 2019   Cambodia Cambodia HIV Results Profile February...

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Global Fund releases Eligibility List 2019

Global Fund releases its 2019 Eligibility List based on eligibility criteria: Income classification (based on World Bank [Atlas Method]) with classifications Low Income Countries (LICs), Lower-Middle Income Countries (LMICs), and UpperMiddle Income Countries (UMICs) Disease Burden (from WHO and UNAIDS) Transition Funding (wherein one additional allocation period following the change of eligibility will be taken into consideration for existing grants) From Asia and the Pacific, only Nauru has a change in its classification to an Upper Middle-Income (UMI) country, making it non-eligible for Global Fund funding. However, because its HIV and AIDS and TB burden are considered ‘HIGH’, this will determine Nauru’s...

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