Global Fund for Nigerian – As part of the funding cycle, countries apply for funding from the Global Fund through a multistep process.
The funding is available in three-year periods, known as allocation periods or funding periods, and the application process is repeated each period. The current period runs from 2020 through 2022.
The Global Fund designates most funding to country allocations. Applying for funding allocated to countries is the responsibility of the Country Coordinating Mechanism, which is a national committee that includes representatives of all sectors.
Through the Country Coordinating Mechanism, each country that receives an allocation submits funding requests for eligible disease components on behalf of the country as a whole.
Looking for funding – Global Fund for Nigerian
If you are an organization seeking funding from your country’s Global Fund allocation for your project or program, your first step is to contact your Country Coordinating Mechanism. Country Coordinating Mechanisms submit funding applications to the Global Fund. Find contact information using our Coordinating Mechanism Contacts tool. We are unable to accept applications from individuals.
To access country funding, Country Coordinating Mechanisms apply through the processes outlined below.
Funding request – Global Fund for Nigerian
Using the relevant national strategic plan and country dialogue as the basis, a Country Coordinating Mechanism will develop a prioritized funding request, which is the plan for how the country would use the allocated funds if approved. A funding request may be for HIV, TB, malaria and/or resilient and sustainable systems for health, and can also be combined. Only one funding request may be submitted per eligible component. A request can be submitted during any review “window” during the cycle.
How to Apply
See Funding Request Applications for more information.