The Role of the Global Fund in Non-Eligible Countries in Crisis
On 9 May 2018, at the 39th Board Meeting of The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (hereafter referred to as the Global Fund) in Skopje, Macedonia, a new policy was approved to enable the provision of support to non-eligible countries in crisis. This decision could result in concrete investment to help alleviate the HIV, TB and malaria crisis in Venezuela, among other countries.
This communique is intended to share information about the Board’s decision and provide additional clarifications on its scope that are relevant for communities, policy-makers and implementers. Importantly, this is a communication of several delegations to the Global Fund Board, and not an official communication of the Global Fund itself.