• Events

    The Global Fund’s Procurement and Supply Chain Management Department has convened several consultations with suppliers of health products and partners to introduce the new vision for the Global Fund’s approach to procurement and solicit feedback to inform the way forward. As of today, these have included:

    18 September 2014 – HIV Diagnostics Manufacturers Engagement

    1. Supporting Countries to Expand HIV Diagnostics – Diagnosis through Monitoring
      download [ PDF - 7 MBEnglish ]

    24-25 June 2014 – Global Fund-PEPFAR ARV Supplier Conference

    1. Global Fund: Introduction; Global Fund-PEPFAR collaboration; Procurement for Impact; ARV Acquisition Strategy; ARV Tender Process
      download [ PDF - 8 MBEnglish ]
    2. PEPFAR: Towards an AIDS Free Generation & USAID’s HIV Supply Chain Program
      download [ PDF - 7 MBEnglish ]
    3. CHAI: Planning Product Transitions in Country Best Practices and Lessons Learned
      download [ PDF - 1 MBEnglish ]
    4. UNITAID: Expediting access to optimal treatments. 2014 HIV Market Forum Background and Outcomes
      download [ PDF - 826 KBEnglish ]
    5. Medicines Patent Pool: Licensing Progress and Opportunities – next year and next 5 years Global Fund New Funding Model
      download [ PDF - 692 KBEnglish ]

    25 June 2014 – Paediatric ARV Procurement Working Group – ARV Supplier Engagement

    1. Procurement supporting access and scale-up of paediatric HIV treatment
      download [ PDF - 1 MBEnglish ]
    2. Coordinated Procurement of paediatric ARVs
      download [ PDF - 564 KBEnglish ]
    3. Product Optimization around the IATT optimized formulations and supporting new product introductions
      download [ PDF - 444 KBEnglish ]

    Related Documents Dubai Meetings 24 – 25 June 2014

    1. Global Fund New Funding Model – Key features and implementation
      download [ PDF - 233 KBEnglish ]
    2. Guideline development process & timeline – global demand: numbers & regimen splits
      download [ PDF - 1 MBEnglish ]

    15 April 2014 – IRS Supplier Conference

    1. Indoor Residual Sprays (IRS) Supplier Conference Presentation
      download [ PDF - 8 MBEnglish ]

    13 March 2014 – Artemisinin based Combination Therapy (ACT) Supplier Conference

    1. Artemisinin based Combination Therapy (ACT) Supplier Conference
      download [ PDF - 2 MBEnglish ]

    14 January 2014 – Meeting between the Global Fund, PEPFAR and the manufacturers of laboratory-based viral load tests

    1. Meeting between the Global Fund, PEPFAR and the manufacturers of laboratory-based viral load monitoring
      download [ PDF - 1 MBEnglish ]
    2. The Global Fund: our new approach to collaboration with partners and supplier management
      download [ PDF - 2 MBEnglish ]
    3. PEPFAR's Strategies and Procurement Approach
      download [ PDF - 791 KBEnglish ]

    20 August 2013 – UNICEF/Global Fund Long-lasting Insecticidal Nets (LLINs) Suppliers Meeting

    1. Background information on the collaboration for the procurement of mosquito nets
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    2. Agenda
      download [ PDF - 240 KBEnglish ]
    3. Participants list
      download [ PDF - 39 KBEnglish ]
    4. Roll Back Malaria Harmonization Working Group Presentation: Global Efforts to Achieve and Maintain LLIN Coverage
      download [ PDF - 533 KBEnglish ]
    5. UNICEF/Global Fund/DFID Joint Presentation: Joint Forecast and Highlights of the Collaboration
      download [ PDF - 482 KBEnglish ]
    6. World Health Organization Presentation: LLIN Technical Standards, Durability and New Products
      download [ PDF - 1 MBEnglish ]
    7. Global Fund Presentation: Global Fund’s LLIN Procurement Strategy, Tender Process and Future Plans
      download [ PDF - 831 KBEnglish ]
    8. UNICEF Presentation: UNICEF’s LLIN Procurement Strategy, Tender Process and Future Plans
      download [ PDF - 1 MBEnglish ]

    10 July 2013 – Antimalarial and malaria Rapid Diagnostic Test Supplier Consultation

    1. Agenda
      download [ PDF - 169 KBEnglish ]
    2. Global Fund Presentation: Procurement for Impact
      download [ PDF - 2 MBEnglish ]
    3. US President’s Malaria Initiative Presentation: ACT and RDT Procurement
      download [ PDF - 302 KBEnglish ]
    4. UNITAID Presentation: Project Updates on ACT Forecasting Service, API Market Intelligence and Private Sector RDT Project
      download [ PDF - 501 KBEnglish ]
    5. FIND Presentation: FIND-WHO Malaria RDT Evaluation Programme
      download [ PDF - 884 KBEnglish ]
    6. Roll Back Malaria Harmonization Working Group Presentation: ACTs and RDTs
      download [ PDF - 164 KBEnglish ]
    7. Summary of Supplier Feedback Session
      download [ PDF - 577 KBEnglish ]
    8. All presentations combined, including the Supplier Feedback Session
      download [ PDF - 4 MBEnglish ]

    9 July 2013 – Innovation and Global ACT Supply Chain Threats Conference

    1. Agenda
      download [ PDF - 129 KBEnglish ]
    2. Presentations (Part 1)
      download [ PDF - 7 MBEnglish ]
    3. Presentations (Part 2)
      download [ PDF - 5 MBEnglish ]
    4. Keynote speech by H.E. Prof. Arthur Mutambara, Deputy Prime Minister of Zimbabwe

    9 May 2013 – Long-lasting Insecticide-treated Bednet Supplier Consultation

    1. Agenda
      download [ PDF - 146 KBEnglish ]
    2. Global Fund Presentation: Procurement for Impact, including summary of Supplier Feedback Session
      download [ PDF - 2 MBEnglish ]
    3. Executive Director Keynote
    4. Partner presentations (coming soon)
  • Long-lasting Insecticide-treated Bednet Supplier Consultation

    Global Fund Executive Director Keynote speech from 9 May 2013: Dr. Mark Dybul recorded a warm welcome for meeting participants and conveyed his support for the reforms underway.

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  • Innovation and Global ACT Supply Chain Threats Conference

    Keynote speech on 9 July 2013 by H.E. Prof. Arthur Mutambara, Deputy Prime Minister of Zimbabwe. Prof. Arthur Mutambara spoke passionately about how the Global Fund and partners could employ an all stakeholder approach to leverage science and technology, to address the problems of thefts, diversions and counterfeiting in innovative and sustainable ways.

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