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OIG audit of Mozambique grants reveals weaknesses in implementation and supply chain management

13 Mar 2017
Mozambique is a difficult operating environment

An audit into grants to Mozambique undertaken by the Office of the Inspector General has concluded that both grant implementation arrangements and supply chain controls and assurance mechanisms “need significant improvement.”

“Needs significant improvement” is the second lowest rating in the OIG’s four tier rating scheme. The four tiers are effective; partially effective; needs significant improvement; and ineffective.

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Shadow reports on CCM performance flag issues of oversight and conflict of interest

7 Mar 2017
Preliminary results reveal inconsistencies between performance assessments conducted by civil society and the Global Fund

Preliminary results have been released from a civil society shadow reporting initiative on the performance of nine African country coordinating mechanisms (CCMs).

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Africa constituencies identify strategic issues for the 36th Global Fund Board meeting

17 Nov 2016

In preparation for the 36th Global Fund Board meeting that took place on 16 to 17 November 2016, the Africa constituencies Bureau convened from 31 October to 1 November 2016 in Kigali, Rwanda to look at critical issues brought to the attention of the board.

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CCM performance appraisals and improvement plans still not being made public

5 Sep 2016

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].”

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Tracking Global Fund investments in human rights programs

13 Jul 2016

In a recent GFO commentary, Ralf Jürgens, Senior Human Rights Coordinator at the Global Fund, flagged the need for increased Global Fund investment in programs which reduce human rights barriers to HIV, TB, and malaria services.

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Funding request for Nepal grants were submitted by the PR

21 Jun 2016
CCM was deemed ineligible in 2015

In June, Nepal was among the countries awarded funding by the Global Fund Board (see GFO article). It received funding for all three diseases: HIV, TB, and malaria.

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Policy, advisory, and advocacy council established to assist Georgia CCM with its transition

20 Jun 2016
The council is now reviewing the first outline of a transition plan

In March 2016, Georgia’s country coordinating mechanism established a policy, advisory, and advocacy council (PAAC) to assist the CCM with the transition of TB and HIV programs from The Global Fund to domestic resources. The terms of the reference of the PAAC, including its role, composition, and members’ responsibilities, were approved by the general assembly of the CCM. 

The specific responsibilities of the PAAC are as follows:

3.

Make CCM performance appraisals and improvement plans public

22 Mar 2016

This is the second in a series of commentaries on gaps in transparency at the Global Fund. The first commentary concerned the submission and review of concept notes.

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Kyrgyzstan CCM will likely be integrated into the government’s coordination council for public health

17 Mar 2016
Civil society and community representatives express concerns about both the outcome and the process

Global Fund stakeholders in Kyrgyzstan are discussing different options for integrating the country coordinating mechanism into a national level body leaded by the Prime Minister – known as the Governmental Coordination Council for the Public Health (CCPH). The rationale for this step is that the functions of these two bodies overlap significantly.

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OIG audit reveals significant weaknesses in how CCMs are managed, and how CCMs coordinate and oversee grants

6 Mar 2016
OIG says little attention has been given to retaining CCMs after countries have transitioned from Global Fund support

The Office of the Inspector General has identified significant weaknesses in (a) the adequacy of the country coordinating mechanism model in coordinating and overseeing grants; and (b) the effectiveness of CCM policies and procedures at the Global Fund Secretariat level and at the country level.

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