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About Global Fund

Since its establishment in 2002, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria follows its vision of the world free of the burden of these three infectious diseases investing funds to its realization. Soon after the establishment, they became major multilateral financier of programs fighting against AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria with total investment of 21.7 billion dollars in 600 programs in 150 countries so far and are now conducting two thirds of all the funds designated to fight against tuberculosis and malaria and one fifth of funds for AIDS worldwide. This enabled 4400 lives to be saved daily, making it, up to date, a total of 6.5 million since their formation.

The Global Fund is an international financing organization with a unique approach to engaging governments, public and civil sectors in collecting funds and disbursement of additional means for prevention and treatment of the three vicious diseases, constituting an innovative approach to global health financing. This means that every country distributes funds based on their own programs and priorities and the Global Fund provides further financing on the condition that verifiable results are achieved.

Aiming to achieve better results in additional funds collecting, The Global Fund cooperates with other bilateral and multilateral organizations. The Global Fund financing allowed countries to strengthen their own health protection systems through, for instance, improving infrastructure and conducting trainings for health workers. The Global Fund remains dedicated to partnership work towards improvement of the level of fighting against infectious diseases and reaching their vision - world free of AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.

The Global Fund has, up to date, provided Serbia with grant funds of 36.689.919 dollars through Rounds 1, 6 and 8 for AIDS and Round 3 for tuberculosis.

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Round 1 - HIV
In April 2003, as a part of Round 1, The Global Fund granted Serbia total amount of 3.575.210 dollars for implementation of activities of the project named "Controlling HIV/AIDS in Serbia: A Comprehensive Country Strategy and Emergency Action Plan".

Round 3 - Tuberculosis

The project "Control of tuberculosis in Serbia through implementation of DOTS strategy and outreach services for vulnerable populations" is being implemented since December 1st 2004 owing to Global Funds grant of 4.087.979 dollars.

Round 6 - HIV
Global Fund to Fight HIV, Tuberculosis and Malaria granted Serbia with maximum 9 million Euros in October 2006 for the purpose of fight against HIV/AIDS. The project is to last for 5 years, from 2007 to 2012.

Round 8 - HIV
Within the Round 8, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria has provided Serbia with funds of 12.406.231 euros total for undertaking national program "Strengthening HIV Prevention and Care for the Groups Most Vulnerable to HIV/AIDS".

Round 9 - Tuberculosis
The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria has put to disposal an amount of 7,540,351 US dollars to Republic of Serbia for the implementation of the project "Strengthening and expanding the access to diagnosis and treatment of TB/MDR-TB cases with special emphasis on most vulnerable populations".

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Project Implementation Team – PIT:

Youth of JAZAS
27. marta 35, 11000 Belgrade
+381 11 330-2000
+381 11 330-2021

Karlo Boras
Team Leader
+381 11 330-2014
+381 63 8031-833

Bojan Latinović
Finance Coordinator
+381 11 330-2002
+381 62 288-498

Aneta Salamun
Finance Assistant
+381 11 330-2003
+381 62 288-063

Snežana Deljanin
Team Administrator
+381 11 330-2008
+381 62 288-070

Pavle Demel
M&E Assistant
+381 11 330-2017
+381 62 288-042

Boris Ciglić
Procurement Coordinator
+381 11 330-2001
+381 62 288-041

Dejana Ranković
Program Coordinator
+381 11 330-2006
+381 62 330-098