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The good, the bad and the uncomfortable in country ownership

21 Jan 2014

by Kate Macintyre

A mere $28billion later and the Global Fund’s dedication to country ownership as a guiding principle is still intact, bolstered, reinforced, reinvented or reemphasized at almost every opportunity. 

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Recently published peer reviewed articles that support Aidspan’s work

8 Jan 2014

Aidspan is pleased to share three recently published peer-reviewed articles that support our work as monitors of the Global Fund. All conclusions drawn within these academic papers remain the purview of their authors and do not reflect the opinions of Aidspan.

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Why the private sector should increase direct funding to the Global Fund

8 Jan 2014

by Njihia Mbitiru

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Reflections on the Global Fund’s 2014–2016 Replenishment

10 Dec 2013

The Global Fund set itself no small task in seeking $15 billion for the next three years of work to support prevention and treatment programmes that will lead to the vanquishing of AIDS, TB and malaria as leading killers and inhibitors of economic development in the world's poorest countries.

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Aidspan Launches Pledges and Contributions Pages

26 Nov 2013

Aidspan has officially launched a new data analysis tool designed to provide comprehensive information about historical and current pledges and contributions to the Global Fund.

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More Information on the Global Fund’s New CCM Performance Assessments

26 Nov 2013

CCMs will from 2014 be required to conduct an annual self-assessment using a new Eligibility and Performance Assessment Tool to determine whether they are compliant with the Global Fund’s minimum requirements and minimum standards and to assess how well they are functioning.

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Corporate KPI Framework Is Approved

8 Nov 2013

Following extensive consultations with Board committees and donor and implementer constituencies, the Global Board has approved a revised Corporate KPI Framework. The framework is designed to present indicators to measure the goals, targets and objectives of the Global Fund’s Strategy for 2012–2016.

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Global Fund Releases Report on Losses and Recoveries

8 Nov 2013
Twenty percent of the $118 million in losses has been recovered to date
Policies and guidelines on the recovery process to be developed

As of 19 September 2013, $118 million in losses had been identified by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG), of which $23.8 million (20%) had been recovered. Written commitments to repay a further $10.4 million had been obtained.

This information was contained in a Losses and Recoveries Report prepared for the Global Fund Board meeting on 7–8 November in Geneva.

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Global Fund Deserves Credit for Implementing Major Reforms, but Challenges Remain

25 Jul 2013
Donor confidence has been restored; some issues remain unresolved

By David Garmaise and Kate Macintyre

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Reflections on Challenges Facing the Global Fund

24 Jul 2013

Editor’s Note: We invited several observers of the Global Fund to prepare a short commentary on what they see as the main challenges facing the Fund at this time. Here are contributions from Owen Ryan; Victoria Fan and Amanda Glassman; Jorge Saavedra; and Jason Wright.

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