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This independent review, commissioned by the Community, Rights and Gender (CRG) Department at the Global Fund Secretariat and published by MSMGF, shares findings, conclusions, and recommendations for enhancing the meaningful engagement of communities in all phases of Global Fund grants, with an emphasis on grant making and grant implementation. The review synthesizes lessons learned and good practices for how communities engage meaningfully, and identifies key principles and strategic actions the Global Fund can take to ensure greater accountability between communities, Country Coordinating Mechanisms, other key stakeholders, and the Global Fund itself.
Ce document du Fonds mondial comprend les éléments suivants:
- Introduction Vue d'ensemble des outils et modèles;
- Cartographie de la mise en œuvre et évaluation des capacités; et
- Note conceptuelle – Tableau des lacunes programmatiques – Document-type modulaire – Tableau d'analyse des déficits de financement et du financement de contrepartie.
This information note has been developed based on normative guidance from and consultation with technical partners and other key stakeholders. The current version was updated in March 2012 in order to support Country Coordinating Mechanisms developing funding applications for the Transitional Funding Mechanism. Although new evidence and normative guidance may have been published since then, the Global Fund believes that the information contained in this information note is still relevant to inform countries developing their concept.
Admissibilité des CCMs sous le NFM.
The Global Fund is evolving. Its new funding model changes the way countries apply for funding and the way future grants will be developed. This overview of the new approach explains how the Global Fund is striving to have an even bigger impact against AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria worldwide and to save more lives.
Calendrier prévisionnel du déploiement du nouveau modèle de financement
A description of CCM eligibility requirements relating to the Global Fund's new funding model.
When the creation of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS,Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global Fund) was first announced in 2001, people living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV) across the world were excited and encouraged by this new funding mechanism that promised to deliver large amounts of additional resources to communities and individuals desperately in need of them.
This guidance document, the second in the series Navigating the New Funding Model, is intended as a tool for civil society organizations which are engaged in, leading, or monitoring country dialogues. An explanation of the key features and expected outcomes of the country dialogue process is followed by a discussion of country dialogues in practice over the past year. A review of existing analyses and interviews with civil society participants in country dialogues inform a discussion of the principles of effective country dialogues.
Support for community systems strengthening (CSS) in the Global Fund Strategy includes the following:
- Emphasizes the need to support national systems, defined as "all country systems, including both government and non- government systems"
- Strategic Action 1.1 (Ensure appropriate targeting of most at risk populations) includes "make explicit provision in the funding model for greater emphasis on community systems strengthening."
- Strategic Objective 4 (Promote and Protect Human Rights): “The “Gender Equality Strategy” and “Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Strategy”, along with support for community systems strengthening are further contributions made by the Global Fund to advancing human rights in the context of the three diseases.
This March 2014 briefing from the Global Fund inludes 60-plus slides that are intended to aid technical assistance providers.
Un FAQ qui explique le nouveau modèle de financement du Fonds mondial qui déterminera la façon dont les candidats demandent et reçoivent des subventions.
This 2014 training from the Global Fund offers a recap of the core principles of the new funding model (NFM) and emphasizes an inclusive country dialogue process to achieve its goals.
Le présent document fournit des directives mises à jour à l’intention des instances de coordination nationale concernant leur rôle dans les procédures du Fonds mondial.
A list of draft recommendations produced by the Global Fund Human Rights Reference Group and a description of how country dialogue can promote investment for impact, ensuring that health interventions reach those who need them.