Grant Number : BTN-607-G03-H
Grant title: Scaling-up HIV prevention services among youth and other vulnerable population groups through multi-sectoral approach.
Total amount signed to date : US$ 3,264,988
Total amount disbursed to date : US$ 3,182,320
Grant period : From 01 February 2008 to 30 June 2015
HIV/AIDS among MSM
Bhutan is a Sub Sub-Recipient of the Global Fund Round 9 grant for the Asia Pacific Region-Response to HIV among MSM Community strengthening, reducing vulnerability, and minimizing risk of the further spread of HIV for men who have sex with men and transgender populations.
|Grant Number||006-GNHC-Bhutan-06/2011(signed with Naz Foundation International, Sub Recipient)|
|Grant title||Reducing the Impact of HIV on men who have sex with men and transgender populations in South Asia|
|Effective date||July 1, 2011|
|Total grant||USD 99,267.00|
The countries engaged with it are Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. This multi country approach was mainly because It is more cost effective to provide necessary technical support, policy development and advocacy, resource development, and the procurement of commodities (for establishing specific community based HIV services for MSM and TG where they do not exist) from a regional level and there are many similarities across these countries that affect the risks and vulnerability of MSM and TG to HIV, including sexual and gender identities, social norms, stigma and discrimination, and law enforcement.
PSI Nepal is the nominated Principal Recipient for this regional grant.
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Grant Number : BTN-607-G04-T
Grant title: Strengthening Quality TB Control in Bhutan
Total amount signed to date : US$ 1,945,575
Total amount disbursed to date : US$ 1,818,827
Grant period : From 01 January 2008 to 30 June 2015
TB Round 6
GrantNumber : BTN-708-G05-M
Grant title: Strengthening Malaria Prevention and Control in Bhutan
Total amount signed to date : US$ 3,691,285
Total amount disbursed to date : US$ 3,515,679
Grant period : From 01 July 2008 to 30 June 2015
Malaria Round 7