COE

5.

Qu’a-t-on appris des 5 dernières années de la lutte contre les pandémies ?

6 Oct 2019
Le nouveau cycle de financement offre une opportunité indéniable pour mettre en avant les interventions à succès et préparer leur mise à l’échelle

Comme l’a encore démontré il y a peu le rapport du Bureau de l’Inspecteur Général sur la mise en œuvre des subventions en AOC, la gestion des fonds alloués par le Fonds mondial et la mise en place des activités dans les pays fragiles reposent la plupart du temps sur le savoir-faire des acteurs étrangers.

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Le Fonds mondial fait pression sur la République démocratique du Congo, confrontée à une épidémie d’Ebola, pour qu’elle respecte son engagement de cofinancement

5 Oct 2019
Une sanction pour non-conformité "sans motif valable" peut réduire les subventions d’un montant allant jusqu’à 15% de leur valeur

 

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Global Fund pressures Democratic Republic of Congo, facing an Ebola epidemic, to fulfill its co-financing commitment

24 Sep 2019
Penalty for non-compliance “for no justifiable reasons” can reduce the grants by up to 15%

The Global Fund has requested the Democratic Republic of Congo to prove that the country has fulfilled its co-financing commitment, or in other words, that the State had spent about $44.6 million on health during the year 2018 as part of a commitment to spend about 98.9 million during this grant cycle, as agreed during grant signing; otherwise the DRC risks losing up to $80 million, representing 15% of the value of the grants.

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OIG advisory review on Western and Central Africa questions ‘challenging operating environment’ policy

11 Jun 2019
Great variation in country contexts requires greater flexibility

The May 2019 Advisory Report on Western and Central Africa conducted by the OIG over the previous 6 months offers a crucial opportunity to review the challenges met by the Global Fund and the implementers in contexts classified by the Global Fund as Chal

5.

Global Fund makes significant progress on Strategy implementation during a busy year of grant-making

16 Nov 2017
However, timelines and resources have been squeezed in the process

A report prepared for the Board meeting on 14-15 November in Geneva, Switzerland provided an update on the implementation of activities under the objectives and sub-objectives of the Global Fund’s 2017-2022 Strategy. For each sub-objective, the report described the progress achieved to date, as well as key challenges and risks, and future plans. In addition, the report identified the key performance indicator (KPI) tied to each sub-objective.

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Six African countries classified as challenging operating environments craft tailored funding requests to the Global Fund

13 Jun 2017
Civil wars, famines and post-Ebola realities require flexible approaches

Challenging operating environments (COEs) are countries or sub-regions of countries that the Global Fund characterizes as having weak governance, poor access to health services, manmade crises (such as conflict) or natural crises (such as famine).

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Policy on working in challenging operating environments adopted

28 Apr 2016
Secretariat will develop an operational framework to implement the policy

It might surprise you to learn that challenging operating environments account for a third of the global disease burden for HIV, TB, and malaria, and a third of Global Fund investments. (For malaria alone, the proportion is 50%.) This makes COEs particularly critical to the Fund’s mission and objectives.

At its meeting in Abidjan on 26-27 April, the Board adopted a policy on COEs.

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