Since 2006, the Fund has signed grant agreements worth US$112.6 million. Projects are currently being implemented by 32 implementing partners for 53 projects (including the Myanmar artemisinin resistance containment (MARC) programme).
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• View the Grant Allocation by Disease Component and Recipient Type - December 2011 (PDF, 7KB)
• MARC - 2011
Grants of USD10.8 million for one year from July 2010. To support implementation of the Myanmar Strategic Framework for Artemisinin Containment in 26 priority high-risk townships in Kayin and Mon states, Bago (East) and Tanintharyi regions.
• Round III - 2009
Grants of US$16 million over two years were awarded in October 2009 to 15 countrywide projects to supplement and scale up services funded in Round I, 2007.
• Round II - 2009
Grants signed in January 2009 provided $1.3 million over 3 years, contracting eight community organizations (CBOs). Local organizations were targeted as they offer access to diagnosis and care at grassroots level and serve to supplement services by international NGOs in reaching beneficiaries in hard to access parts of the country. They have also piloted a community feedback mechanism.
• Round I - 2007
Grants of $83 million over 4 years were awarded, reaching out to semi urban and remote communities through mobile and fixed clinics and public health services at township level with 15 INGOs, five UN agencies and three local NGOs or professional associations.
• Bridging Grants - 2006
$2.4 million was allocated to urgent projects.
• Direct Grants
Over the evolution of the Fund it has become clear that certain projects are in need of specific funding. 3DF were able to support these needs through a series of direct grants.