Established as a partnership in global health, the Global Fund works closely with a wide diversity of partners –implementing governments, donors, civil society, international development organizations, the private sector and communities living with and affected by the diseases. This partnership model actively supports country-owned approaches that develop and implement effective, evidence-based programs to respond to AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
Announcement - 22 October 2014
WHO Says Improved Data Show More Cases of TB
News Release - 29 September 2014
Luxembourg Raises Contribution to the Global Fund
Announcement - 26 September 2014
Landmark HIV Diagnostic Access Program Will Save $150m
News Release - 23 September 2014
Major Push for Domestic Financing for Health
Ecobank Expands Partnership with Global Fund
Turning the Tide Against HIV and Tuberculosis: Global Fund Investment Guidance for Eastern Europe and Central Asia
30 October 2014
Fighting HIV in Quito’s Red Light District
24 October 2014
Neighbors Helping Neighbors in the Fight Against Malaria
16 October 2014
Using Drama for a Drama-Free Pregnancy
The Global Fund's international Board includes representatives of donor and recipient governments, non-governmental organizations, the private sector (including businesses and foundations) and affected communities.
Key international development partners also participate, including the World Health Organization (WHO), the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), public-private partnerships (Roll Back Malaria, Stop TB, UNITAID) and the World Bank. The latter also serves as the Global Fund's trustee.
The Board is the supreme governing body of the Global Fund and exercises the following core functions:
The Board meets at least twice annually.
The Global Fund's by-laws [ PDF - 731 KBEnglishFrançais ] describe the particular functions and operations of the Board in greater detail, including its commitment to operate by consensus and in a spirit of partnership.
In June 2013, Dr. Nafsiah Mboi, Minister of Health of Indonesia, became Chair of the Board. At the same time, Mireille Guigaz, France’s former Ambassador for the fight against HIV/AIDS and communicable diseases, became Vice-Chair of the Board.
The Board has also established the following three committees (for details see the Committee Charters):
The Operating Procedures [ PDF - 862 KBEnglishFrançais ] apply to the Board and to the Committees of the Board.
The Board has also established a Coordinating Group [ PDF - 670 KBEnglishFrançais ] to provide a mechanism for coordination and collaboration between the Board and its Committees in regard to the Board’s governance, risk and administration functions.
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Operating Procedures of the Board and Committees
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Thirty-First Board Meeting, 6-7 March 2014, Jakarta, Indonesia
Section 1; Overviewdownload [ PDF - 3 MBEnglishFrançais ]
Section 2: Core Structuresdownload [ PDF - 2 MBEnglishFrançais ]
Section 3: Funding Modeldownload [ PDF - 2 MBEnglishFrançais ]
Section 4: Global Fund Boarddownload [ PDF - 1 MBEnglishFrançais ]
Section 5: Coordinating Groupdownload [ PDF - 1 MBEnglishFrançais ]
Section 6: Standing Committeesdownload [ PDF - 1 MBEnglishFrançais ]
Section 7: Board Constituenciesdownload [ PDF - 3 MBEnglishFrançais ]
Section 8: Board Operationsdownload [ PDF - 1 MBEnglish ]
Section 9: Financial Resourcesdownload [ PDF - 1 MBEnglishFrançais ]
Vocabularydownload [ PDF - 242 KBEnglish ]
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