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    COVID-19 Response Mechanism Questions and Answers
    05 May 2020
    The Global Fund is making funding and flexibilities available to support implementing countries as they continue to deliver impact against HIV, tuberculosis and malaria while responding to the COVID-19 pandemic
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    COVID-19 Response Mechanism Application Materials
    22 April 2020
    The Global Fund is making available immediate funding of US$500 million to help countries fight COVID-19, mitigate the impact on programs to fight HIV, TB and malaria, and initiate urgent improvements in health and community systems.
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    COVID-19 Response Mechanism Update for Implementing Countries
    17 April 2020
    On 9 April the Global Fund Board approved a new response mechanism to support countries to respond to COVID-19 and mitigate the impact on programs to fight HIV, TB, malaria and systems for health. The COVID-19 Response Mechanism authorizes funding of US$500 million and comes in addition to up to US$500 million in grant flexibilities previously announced by the Global Fund.
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    COVID-19 Response: Guidance on Country Dialogue and Human Rights
    14 April 2020
    The Global Fund has published new guidance on country dialogue and on human rights for countries responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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    COVID-19 Response: Technical Guidance
    09 April 2020
    Technical guidance is rapidly being developed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic; its relationship to HIV, tuberculosis and malaria; and the implications for Global Fund grants.
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    COVID-19 Response: Adaptations, Guidelines and Flexibilities for Countries
    03 April 2020
    The Global Fund is making funding and flexibilities available to support countries as they – while responding to the COVID-19 pandemic – continue to deliver impact through existing Global Fund grants, develop quality new grants for the 2020-2022 allocation period and strengthen health systems.