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Published in November 2014 by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuburculosis, and Malaria (GFATM), this update on the GFATM's new funding model ("Key Entry Points for Civil Society") aims to enhance civil society participation in all stages of the country dialogue process to ensure that investments are strategically targeting the right intervention and the right populations, including men who have sex with men (MSM) and other key affected populations (KAPs).
This 2014 powerpoint presentation published by the Global Fund focuses on inclusiveness of country dialogue as it relates to the timing of concept note submission and access to funding.
L’admissibilité est déterminée par le niveau de revenu d’un pays et par les données officielles sur sa charge de morbidité (voir les remarques 1 et 2).
The purpose of this document is to describe how the Global Fund allocates resources to countries for 2014-2016.
This briefing paper explains how country bands factor into the Global Fund's New Funding Model and discusses the implications of Band 4 country classification for civil society and key populations.