02 November 2018
The Global Fund website has published Country Results Profiles for 22 countries with high disease burdens where the Global Fund supports programs.
The profiles provide data about the financing landscape and country-specific programmatic information for each high-impact country, to complement the regular results reporting that is done for each country in the Global Fund portfolio.
For each high-impact country, there are profiles for HIV, for tuberculosis, for malaria, and/or for resilient and sustainable systems for health. There is also a detailed “Explanatory Note” available for guidance on how to read the profiles. The profiles are available on the portfolio page of each relevant country, in the website’s Grant Portfolio section, listed under “Documentation” on the page.
One of the Global Fund’s core principles is supporting countries’ national health programs and strategies, rather than funding Global Fund-specific projects or interventions. The Global Fund measures results and impact by considering programs as a whole, including full national results, and as a collective achievement of everyone in our partnership.
In that context, the Country Results Profiles provide perspective on the percentage of financing that comes through the Global Fund, as well as important programmatic data.
The countries include: Bangladesh, Cambodia, Côte d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Myanmar, Mozambique, Malawi, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, South Africa, Thailand, Tanzania, Uganda, Viet Nam, Zambia and Zimbabwe.