Global Fund catalytic investments support programs, activities and strategic initiatives that complement country allocations and that are essential to achieve the aims of the Global Fund Strategy 2017-2022 and global partner plans.
For the 2020-2022 funding period, US$890 million in catalytic investments comprise:
Matching funds are designed to inspire innovation and ambitious evidence-based programming approaches to maximize impact in specific strategic priority areas.
US$317 million from catalytic investment funds are designated for 2020-2022 matching funds in these priority areas:
Subject to funding confirmation, there is a possible additional US$24.5 million available for these priority areas:
Available matching funds and eligible countries are included in our list:
In order to access Matching Funds, applicants must meet specific conditions on how allocation funds are budgeted towards the Matching Funds priority areas. These conditions are outlined in the Allocation letters.
A guidance note on the process for receiving the funds, including meeting the required conditions and programmatic considerations, is forthcoming. More details are available now in the Applicant Handbook 2020-2022.
Technical assistance will be available to help countries operationalize matching funds.
Our 2020-2022 funding cycle webinar series includes a session detailing matching funds. Visit iLearn
The Global Fund serves the needs of countries, but diseases don’t respect borders. Sometimes the most effective solution is one that brings together several countries or regions.
Through multicountry funding, the Global Fund addresses a limited number of key multicountry priorities deemed critical to fulfill the aims of the Global Fund strategy and not addressed through country allocations alone.
Details of 2020-2022 multicountry funding will be finalized and announced in the first quarter of 2020. Resources detailing 2017-2019 multicountry funding are available for download:
Strategic initiatives are needed to support the success of country allocations, but cannot be funded through country grants. For 2020-2022, there are 19 workstreams totaling US$343 million under the strategic initiatives modality.
Resources are available for download: