An advisory review by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) has identified steps the Global Fund can take to strengthen its efforts to remove human rights-related barriers to accessing services for HIV, tuberculosis and malaria, even as it acknowledges that the Fund is "one of the leading organizations to include the removal of human rights-related barriers to services among its strategic objectives." The recommendations fall under three b
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Global Fund Strategy 2017-2022
OIG advisory review identifies opportunities to strengthen Global Fund efforts to remove human rights-related barriers to access
A consultation workshop in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on country coordinating mechanisms (CCMs) provided an opportunity for CCM members from 15 countries to discuss the challenges facing CCMs and to put forward suggestions for addressing the challenges.
The consultation in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire on the evolution of the country coordination mechanism (CCM) model provided a valuable opportunity for CCM members to share a dialogue among peers and with the Global Fund Secretariat. Participants took advantage of the opportunity to voice their concerns about the challenges they face in ensuring their CCMs function effectively.
La nouvelle stratégie pour 2017-2022 reflète l'évolution de l'approche du Fonds mondial sur le renforcement des systèmes de santé
Mettre en place des systèmes résilients et pérennes pour la santé, l'un des quatre objectifs stratégiques de la Stratégie du Fonds mondial pour 2017-2022, articule une mise au point nouvelle et ciblée pour renforcer les systèmes de santé.
New Strategy for 2017-2022 reflects The Global Fund’s evolving approach to health systems strengthening
Building resilient and sustainable systems for health, which is one of the four strategic objectives in The Global Fund’s Strategy for 2017-2022, articulates a new and targeted focus for strengthening health systems. The Board adopted the new Strategy at its meeting in Abidjan on 26-27 April (see GFO article.)