Presentation on theme: "Global Fund Proposal Development in Guinea: Round 10 Malaria Sarah Weber Catholic Relief Services 23 March 2011."— Presentation transcript:
Global Fund Proposal Development in Guinea: Round 10 Malaria Sarah Weber Catholic Relief Services 23 March 2011
CRS and the Global Fund 32 projects in 22 countries, worth more than $93 million to date. Currently PR in 3 countries; named PR in 3 countries under Round 10. SR for 28 projects to date. Meets with GF 2-3 times a year and attends regional GF meetings as well. Member of consultative group to the Global Fund Board of Directors, advising the Northern NGO Board member/delegation. Leads Civil Society Principal Recipient Network, a group of implementers officially recognized by the Global Fund.
CRS leads malaria consortium of international agencies in Guinea Round 6 malaria grant ongoing – MOH PR Round 9 proposal not approved; revised and resubmitted for Round 10 Political instability resulted in a vacuum at the Ministry Guinea Proposal Development - background
January 2010 CCM decided to submit Round 10 proposal May 2010 Active engagement started June 2010 First stakeholder workshop for Mock TRP Late June 2010 Mock TRP in Dakar July 2010 Stakeholder workshop for Draft 1 Mid-July 2010 PRs selected August 16, 2010 SRs selected August 17, 2010 CCM approves final version of proposal August 19, 2010 Final proposal sent Round 10 Process
Key actors and roles Guinea CCM Made decision to submit R10 proposal Selected PRs and SRs CCM malaria commission Oversaw malaria proposal development process Coordinated technical assistance Identified priorities for Round 10 National Malaria Control Program Contributed technically to proposal Malaria NGOs and organizations Contributed technically Contributed in-kind Technical partners – esp. RBM Led overall proposal writing Ensured technical quality
FBO outcomes and successes CRS and FBOs more credible to CCM Recognition of what civil society can contribute Better understanding of FBOs in development Demonstrated consistent collaboration with PNLP and CCM
Leadership capacity and availability Balancing efficiency with participatory processes Ministry of Health participation Challenges
Develop key working relationships beforehand Plan early, start early: have a roadmap Ensure sufficient staff availability and organize your team Offer in-kind support: workspace, an intern, document review, etc. Successful strategies
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