Absorptive capacity

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Challenges at Global Fund Secretariat and implementer levels found to impede grant absorption

9 Jul 2019
Still, absorptive capacity has improved despite long-standing challenges

As the Global Fund approaches the replenishment of funds for the next implementation period, 2020 to 2022, the question of how well Global Fund grant funds are absorbed has become prominent. It is a topic, among others, in recent reports by the Global Fund’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG), the Secretariat and civil society organizations.

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Guinea’s Global Fund grant implementation yields challenges and lessons

10 Dec 2018
Program integration, and strengthening supply chain, infrastructure, and logistics must be prioritized

Guinea, a West African country of about 12 million people, faces several serious challenges in implementing its Global Fund grants. Some challenges have been related to the country’s political and epidemiological contexts. Others are related to the implementation of some Global Fund policies in the country.

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Global Fund African Constituencies meeting in Ethiopia focuses on absorptive capacity

6 Nov 2018
“Probably one of the most debated topics in the Global Fund environment,” Secretariat says

Low absorption of funds within Global Fund grants has been a persistent and pervasive challenge in grant implementation, especially in sub-Saharan Africa, which receives about two third of Global Fund investment.

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