Simplify and build local competencies to manage Global Fund grants: a view from India

Bobby Ramakant - CNS
The Global Fund to fight AIDS, TB and Malaria (the Global Fund) has contributed significantly over the last decade in accelerating India‟s response to TB, HIV and malaria, saving lives and preventing infections. However a lot more needs to be done as it is clearly not enough. If the Global Fund and India do business as usual, currently unreached populations are unlikely to benefit."Over the last ten years the Global Fund has focussed on strengthening the national programmes in India", according to Dr Nevin Wilson, Director, International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union), South East Asia office, New Delhi. Read more

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