Bulletin of the World Health Organization

Global Fund-supported programmes’ contribution to international targets and the Millennium Development Goals: an initial analysis

Ryuichi Komatsu, Daniel Low-Beer, Bernhard Schwartländer

Volume 85, Number 10, October 2007, 805-811

Table 2. International targets and targets and results for Global Fund-supported programmes for ARV, DOTS and ITN

Targets and results People on ARV DOTS detected ITNs distributed (sub-Saharan Africa)
International targets (2005) 3 million 3.8 milliona 69 millionb
Results for Global Fund-supported programmes (2005) 384 000 1 million 5.1 millionc
Contribution by Global Fund-supported programmesd 13% 26% 7%
Results for Global Fund-supported programmes (mid-2006) 544 000 1.4 million 6.3 millionc
Contribution by Global Fund-supported programmesd(to mid-2006 target) 18% 29% 9%
International targets (2009) 8.3 million 12 milliona 76 millionb
Targets for Global Fund-supported programmes (2009) 1.6 million 3.5 million 64 millionc
Contribution by Global Fund-supported programmesd 19% 28% 84%

ARV, people on antiretroviral treatment; DOTS, tuberculosis patients detected under the DOTS strategy; ITN, insecticide-treated nets distributed.a Estimated cumulative number of new sputum smear-positive cases detected under DOTS strategy since mid-2004.b Estimates based on 60% of the high-risk population in sub-Saharan Africa.c Figures for sub-Saharan Africa.d Results for Global Fund-supported programmes compared to estimated international targets for the corresponding period.Results for Global Fund-supported programmes may include deliveries that are co-financed by others. Sources and estimates based on 3,4,17,18,19 and Global Fund web site (http://www.theglobalfund.org).

[an error occurred while processing this directive]