Grant Life Cycle
Results & Data
In Moldova, Prison-based Harm Reduction Programs Prevent HIV and Protect Human Rights
Meet Rithy: Grandmother and Outreach Worker at the Heart of Cambodia’s HIV Response
To Detect Disease Threats, Mozambique Finds Answers in Wastewater
Rwanda’s Robust Digital Health Systems Vital in Fight Against COVID-19
Whether a country or region is eligible for Global Fund support is determined by its income classification and disease burden, as detailed in the Global Fund’s Eligibility Policy [ download in English | Français ] . The policy is designed to ensure available resources are allocated to countries with the highest disease burden, the least economic capacity, and where key and vulnerable populations are disproportionately affected by the three diseases.
A particular country’s eligibility by component (HIV, tuberculosis and malaria) is recorded annually in the Eligibility List.
The 2023 eligibility list identifies which country components are eligible for an allocation for the 2023-2025 allocation period, according to the Global Fund Eligibility Policy. Eligibility does not guarantee a funding allocation. If a country has no eligible components, it does not appear on the list.