Presentation on theme: "Global Fund Grants To SOTA Countries NO YR1 ALL Yrs TIER 113 $91 mil $461mil TIER 22 (5) $70 mil $443 mil _________________________________________________________________________."— Presentation transcript:
Global Fund Grants To SOTA Countries NO YR1 ALL Yrs TIER 113 $91 mil $461mil TIER 22 (5) $70 mil $443 mil _________________________________________________________________________ TOTAL15 $161 mil $904 mil
THE GLOBAL FUND TO FIGHT AIDS, TUBERCULOSIS AND MALARIA -To attract, manage and disburse additional resources to fight AIDS, TB and Malaria Purpose -To attract, manage and disburse additional resources to fight AIDS, TB and Malaria – Through an independent public- private partnership How – Through an independent public- private partnership – Countries in need To Who – Countries in need – To reduce the infections and thereby mitigate the impact caused by the diseases Why – To reduce the infections and thereby mitigate the impact caused by the diseases
THE GLOBAL FUND Critical Principles of the Fund: Provide additional, complementary resources at global level Focus on partnerships at global and country levels Needs-driven approach Emphasis on performance, results and impact Focus on Quality Proposals Financing mechanism, not implementor
THE GLOBAL FUND Approximately $2 billion pledged USG contribution $200 million FY 2001 $300 million FY 2002 Up to $800 million expected for CY 2002 First Grants awarded to 40 programs in 31 countries - $378 over two years Dr. Richard Feachem selected as Executive Director Approved agreement with World Bank to serve as global Trustee
THE GLOBAL FUND Country Coordination Mechanism (CCM) Informal grouping at country level that includes: broad representation of government agencies, NGOs, CBOs, private sector institutions, and bilateral and multilateral agencies. CCM will develop, submit, implement and monitor proposals to the Global Fund.
THE GLOBAL FUND NEXT RFA - Scheduled for first week July Due - Mid September Reviewed - Mid October Criteria 1. Soundness of approach - proven scientific and medical effectiveness 2. Feasibility with respect to proposed implementation plan and management 3. Potential for sustainability 4. Evaluation and Analysis
THE GLOBAL FUND Future Issues and Challenges Develop implementation strategy at country level financial accountability program implementation capacity program accountability Establish procedures to assess strength & viability of CCM
THE GLOBAL FUND Future Issues and Challenges Maintain & strengthen technical review process with a focus on quality Develop partner guidelines Further define and communicate role and value added of Global Fund Monitoring and Evaluation
THE GLOBAL FUND Future Issues for USAID Define appropriate role and developing guidelines for USAID support to CCMs Develop guidelines for USAID CA’s support to CCMs Define how best to partner with Global Fund at all levels to assure complimentarily of efforts Assure Global Funds resources will be additional and not displace existing or planned funds Positive and Negative Halo Impact
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