The Global Fund provides funding support in three-year cycles to eligible countries across the globe to fight HIV, tuberculosis (TB), and malaria. The next funding cycle, New Funding Model (NFM) 4 is currently ongoing with funds expected to be awarded for use between 2023 and 2025.
Cervical cancer screening and treatment services are typically underfunded in many low-and middle-income countries. The Global Fund NFM presents an opportunity for the integration of cervical cancer activities into countries’ broader plans to combat HIV.
The objective of this brief is to share experiences and best practices from three countries (Malawi, Kenya, Zambia) where CHAI, with funding support from Unitaid, supported partner governments to successfully integrate cervical cancer secondary prevention services into previous Global Fund NFM submissions.