CSIS Piece Offers 3 Recommendations On How Global Fund Can Address Various Challenges

Center for Strategic & International Studies: Provoking Dialogue: Three Big Ideas for the Global Fund
As the board of directors of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria prepares to approve a framework for the organization’s next multi-year strategy at a November meeting, Todd Summers, senior adviser to the CSIS Global Health Policy Center, discusses three recommendations on how the Global Fund can address various challenges. The recommendations include “1. Move funding for most countries to new regional master grants … 2. Stop funding international NGOs for implementation … 3. Retire the Global Fund by 2030” (10/8).

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