Transition

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Aidspan publie un rapport sur les promesses de 13 pays concernant la volonté de payer

26 Jan 2016
Faire un suivi de la mise en œuvre de ces promesses sera un défi
Le principe de la volonté de payer a incité les gouvernements à faire des promesses supplémentaires

Aidspan publie un rapport sur la manière dont la politique du Fonds mondial concernant la volonté de payer est appliquée au niveau des pays. Le rapport se fonde sur des études de cas dans 13 pays, ainsi que sur l’information fournie par le Secrétariat. 

Ce rapport, intitulé « Un juste partage des responsabilités » est disponible ici (en anglais, voir la liste des rapports).

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Sustainability lessons from transitions in Costa Rica, Fiji, Romania, and Bulgaria

25 Jan 2016

In anticipation of The Global Fund’s new strategy (2017-2022), many are calling for clarity on how the Fund will ensure the sustainability of its investments. This is particularly relevant as the Fund transitions out of many upper-middle-income countries.

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Aidspan releases report on willingness-to-pay commitments in 13 countries

25 Jan 2016
Monitoring the implementation of the commitments will be challenging
The WTP policy was effective at leveraging additional commitments from governments

Aidspan has published a report on how The Global Fund’s willingness-to-pay (WTP) policy is being operationalized at country level. The report is based on an analysis of case studies which Aidspan conducted in 13 countries, plus information provided by The Global Fund Secretariat.

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La série d’approbations des subventions de novembre met l’accent sur la durabilité

14 Dec 2015
Même les pays à faible revenu sont concernés
La durabilité a été un thème majeur du rapport de novembre du Comité d’Approbation des Subventions (CAS) au Conseil d’administration. Dix des 22 subventions recommandées pour approbation ont pris des mesures pour la durabilité ou inclus des activités en ce sens dans leur programme. Trois des dix subventions proviennent de pays à faible revenu.
 
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Major focus on sustainability in November funding approvals

7 Dec 2015
Even low-income countries are affected

Sustainability was a prominent theme in the November report of the Grant Approvals Committee to the Board. Ten of the 22 grants recommended for approval had already taken some steps towards sustainability or included measures in their proposed programs. Three of the 10 grants were from low income countries.

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A policy and a strategy on transitions are urgently required

24 Nov 2015

There was no agenda item on transition at the Board meeting on 16-17 November, but the topic was much discussed at the Board table and in the corridors. There were calls for clear strategies on transition, for the development of a transition road map, and for transition to be moved up to the top of the Board agenda. It was noted that there is no key performance indicator on transition.

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New strategy will allow the Global Fund to play a more active role in shaping markets

19 Nov 2015
Strategy covers countries transitioning away from Fund support
Supports efforts by countries to keep the costs of medicines low, including by promoting generic competition

The Global Fund’s new market-shaping strategy is designed to allow the Fund to play a more active role in shaping market dynamics to increase access to health products. The new strategy, which was adopted by the Board at its meeting on 16-17 November, includes a section on preparing for when countries transition away from Fund support.

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Le TERG loue les principes et les objectifs de la stratégie actuelle mais identifie plusieurs aspects à améliorer

18 Nov 2015
"L’Examen Stratégique 2015" rendu public

La Stratégie du Fonds mondial 2012-2016 demeure aussi valide que lorsqu’elle a été élaborée en 2011 et les mêmes principes et directions doivent continuer à guider le Fonds mondial ces prochaines années. C’est la conclusion principale de l’Examen Stratégique 2015 mené par le Groupe technique de référence en évaluation. Un rapport de cet examen a été fourni au Conseil d’administration durant la réunion des 16 et 17 novembre.

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Ending the epidemics is a greater challenge than achieving progress: Dybul

17 Nov 2015
Executive Director challenges the Global Fund to do better

Executive Director Mark Dybul provided the Board with a report that celebrated the Global Fund’s achievements but also challenged the Fund to do better on a number of fronts.

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The TERG applauds the principles and directions of current strategy but identifies several areas requiring improvement

17 Nov 2015
“Strategic Review 2015” released

The Global Fund Strategy 2012-2016 remains as valid now as it was when it was developed in 2011 and its principles and directions should continue to guide the Fund in the coming years. This was a central conclusion of the Strategic Review 2015, carried out by the Technical Evaluation Reference Group. A report on the review was provided to the Board at its meeting on 16-17 November.

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