A transition to the new funding model is underway. Access to new funding in the transition is by invitation and for a select number of countries. The transition phase will enable strategic investment for maximum impact, and the implementation of elements of the new model, while learning what needs to be adjusted before full implementation in late 2013.
Selection is based on the following criteria:
Country selection has diversity in size, geography, capacity and applicant type, so that elements of the new funding model can be tested and refined. Selected applicants will be notified by the Secretariat.
For the purposes of the transition phase only, applicants currently eligible for Global Fund funding fall into one of three categories:
Applicants in countries that have been selected for new funding and will use the full process. Funding, including incentive funding, will be accessed by submitting a concept note.
Applicants in countries that have been selected for new funding, but receive that money for renewals, grant extensions and redesigned programs that can make use of additional funds in 2013.
Applicants that use 2013 to put in place the measures that will prepare them for accessing funding once the full new funding model begins, by strengthening national strategies and accelerating the country dialogue process.
The Board’s Finance and Operational Performance Committee has determined that up to US$ 1.9 billion may be available for the new funding model’s transition period, in 2013 and 2014 (GF/FOPC06/DP01). This amount may be upwardly or downwardly adjusted, based on the Secretariat’s quarterly forecast updates.
Countries Participating in the New Funding Model
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