Global Fund Allocation Methodology for 2020 – 2022

The decisions and documents from the  Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, held on 15 and 16 May 2019 in Geneva, Switzerland, are now publicly available here.

The decisions taken at the 41st Board Meeting on Allocation Methodology and Catalytic Investments for 2020 – 2022 are the two most important factors to the Fund achieving its goals.[1]It is critical for in-country partners to study these documents before the next round of grant funding applications, to understand how country allocations will be made, the disease split and what will be prioritised for Catalytic Investments. 

We encourage civil society to do the following with these documents within your country: 

  1. Ensure to read each of the documents and to flag any queries you have. 
  2. Share with your regional and national networks. 
  3. Share with your Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) representatives
  4. Start discussing what your next country Funding Request should look like. 

The Community, Rights and Gender (CRG) Technical Assistance Program provides support to civil society and community organizations to meaningfully engage in the Global Fund model, including during country dialogues, funding request development, grant-makingand grant implementation. You may want to consider applying for Technical Assistance as you prepare for the next round of funding applications. You can read more about the CRG Technical Assistance Program here

Other papers that may be of interest is the Community, Rights and Gender Reportthe Office of the Inspector-General 2018 Annual Report and the Update on Resource Mobilisation. All of the 41st Board Meeting documents and the Agenda can be found here.

 Our delegation is available to answer any questions or concerns you may have. Please contact Lesley Odendal, Developing Country NGO Delegation Constituency Focal Point at

We will also be hosting a civil society webinar on the Allocation Methodology and Catalytic Investments in the coming weeks. Please follow us at @DevelopingNGOs

[1]Read our delegation statement following the 41stBoard Meetinghere:

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