Global Fund Grants in Indonesia

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria (GFATM) provides grants to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria in Indonesia since 2003. At that time there were approximately 3.900 cases of HIV AIDS, 155.000 cases of tuberculosis and 60.000 cases of malaria in Indonesia. Along the way, health system strengthening is considered as an important factor that will determine the success of the eradication of the three diseases above, thus the health system strengthening become one of the program that receives grants from the GFATM.

Initially the funding was given in a rounds system, then in order to make a bigger impact on the three diseases, the new funding model was created. This new funding model was designed to have more predictable funding, to reward ambitious vision, to work more on flexible timing, with a smoother and shorter process that will ensures a higher success rate of the proposals.

The current status of the grants signed for Indonesia to fight AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria and health system strengthening are US$729,628,539 with funding allocation as below:

                        HIV AIDS: US$237,157,082

                        Tuberculosis (TB): US$239,720,578

                        Malaria: US$236,224,519

                        Health System Strengthening (HSS): US$16,526,360

The key results of the above grants implementations at the current stage are; 34.000 people currently on ART, 1.560.000 new smear-positive TB cases detected and treated, 15.600.000 nets distributed in Indonesia.

 

The above grants are being implemented by ten principle recipients (PR), they are:

HIV AIDS:
  1. Directorate of Direct Infectious Disease Control (P2ML) – Directorate General of Disease Control & Environmental Health (P2PL) Ministry of Health RI
  2. National Aids Commission (KPAN)
  3. Nahdlatul Ulama (NU)
  4. Indonesian Planned Parenthood Association (PKBI)
Tuberculosis:
  1. Directorate of Direct Infectious Disease Control (P2ML) – Directorate General of Disease Control and Environmental Health (P2PL) Ministry of Health RI
  2. Aisyiyah
  3. Faculty of Public Health, University of Indonesia (FKMUI)
Malaria:
  1. Directorate of Vector Borne Disease Control (P2PB) – Directorate General Disease Control & Environmental Health (P2PL) Ministry of Health RI
  2. Perdhaki (Indonesian association for voluntary health services)
HSS:
  1. Secretariat General, Ministery of Health of Indonesia

The implementation of this grant will be reviewed by the Local Funding Agent (LFA) on behalf of the Global Fund, to ensure the implementer’s progress achieved the performance target and do the appropriate use of the funds according to the grant agreement.