On the cover of its Results Report 2018, the Global Fund loudly proclaims: “27 million lives saved.” The top-line figure is the result of a new methodology used to estimate the Fund’s impact.
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The Ethics and Governance Committee (EGC) is coordinating consultations on the processes to select the membership and leadership of Board committees.
TERG report to Global Fund Board highlights the TERG’s Strategic Review 2017 and prospective country evaluations
The Technical Evaluation Reference Group, or TERG, submitted its report to the Global Fund Board ahead of its 38th meeting on 14-15 November. The report principally provided updates on the TERG’s Strategic Review 2017 and the launch of prospective country evaluations. In addition, the report mentioned the establishment of a TERG Documents Procedure, which provides a framework for making TERG documents available to the public again.
“The Global Fund provides strong leadership for the response to HIV and AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria…. The Fund fully meets the requirements of an effective multilateral organization. It is fit for purpose and able to adapt to future needs.”
In its latest report, the Grant Approvals Committee (GAC) recommended approval of funding for a TB/HIV grant to Central Africa Republic. The report mentions, among other things, that “GAC partners highlighted the opportunity to put into place an action to strengthen the CCM [country coordinating mechanism].”
Le processus pour appliquer les ajustements qualitatifs pour les allocations pour 2017 à 2019 sera-t-il vraiment plus transparent?
Lors de sa dernière réunion les 26-27 avril, le Conseil a adopté une méthodologie d'allocation pour 2017-2019 (voir l'article de l’OFM ). Elle ne diffère sensiblement pas de la méthodologie utilisée pour les allocations 2014-2016.
Will the process to apply qualitative adjustments to the allocations for 2017-2019 really be more transparent?
At its last meeting on 26-27 April, the Board adopted an allocation methodology for 2017-2019 (see GFO article). It does not differ significantly from the methodology used for the 2014-2016 allocations. As before, a disease burden/income level formula will be used to calculate initial allocations for each component.
According to the non-profit organization, Publish What You Fund (PWYF), The Global Fund ranks among the top five donors of global aid for its transparency and accountability. PWYF released its Aid Transparency Index on 13 April.