September 26, 2012
"The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria has released initial details on its new funding model, ... [b]ut as the fund works to finalize the model before next year, civil society is criticizing the process for being untransparent and rushed," IRIN reports in an article examining the draft model and reaction to it. Some groups have expressed concern over the fund's decision to "base funding allocations for each diseases on previously used levels for up to one year," while "many African civil society organizations have expressed dissatisfaction with the speed and transparency of the process," IRIN writes. "The Global Fund board is expected to make a final decision on the model at its November board meeting," the news service notes (9/25).
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