Global Fund has once again refused to finance Zimbabwe's HIV and AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria programmes after it emerged that the country has no budget for its ambitious national strategic plan.
In his presentation at the National Partnership Forum held in Harare recently, GFATM coordinator, Rangarirai Chiteure, said Zimbabwe's proposal for the five-year long National Strategic Application for expression of interest for HIV was not successful.
The country's failure to complete its monitoring and evaluation targets is also another setback to access money from the Global Fund. It is still in the process of developing its national strategic plan for the next five years.
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