3.

Le Fonds mondial poursuit la lutte contre le sida, la tuberculose et le paludisme en pleine pandémie de COVID-19

2 Jun 2020
Personnel et pays doivent s’adapter

Le Secrétariat a présenté au Conseil d’administration un récapitulatif des mesures prises par le Fonds mondial en date du 8 mai 2020 dans trois domaines principaux : la protection du personnel du Secrétariat tandis qu’il continue à travailler, la protection de la mission fondamentale du Fonds mondial de lutter contre le sida, la tuberculose et le paludisme, et la riposte à la pandémie de COVID-19.

3.

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Peter Sands outlines the importance of the Global Fund

16 May 2020
The Executive Director shared the challenges posed by the COVID-19 crisis and how it affects and will influence the reflection on the next strategy.

In keeping with tradition, Peter Sands opened discussions at this 43rd meeting of the Global Fund Board. Held virtually with a lighter agenda, this meeting was above all an opportunity to look back at the unprecedented global health crisis the world is currently facing and how the Global Fund has responded to prevent the very serious effects anticipated.

6.

COVID-19 derails implementation of agreed management actions, the Global Fund Board hears

15 May 2020
COVID-19 derails implementation of agreed management actions, the Global Fund Board hears Outstanding AMAs have had lower than expected progress

5.

The Global Fund reaches the ‘embedded’ level of maturity on the OIG maturity scale, the Inspector General reports to Board

15 May 2020
But significant gaps remain in the internal control and risk management processes

4.

The Global Fund continues to fight AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria amid COVID-19

15 May 2020
Flexibility and adaptation needed from staff and countries

The Secretariat provided the Board with a recap of actions taken by the Global Fund, as of 8 May 2020 in three main areas: protect the Secretariat staff while continuing to work; protect the Global Fund “Core Mission” to fight AIDS, tuberculosis (TB), and malaria; and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Information for this article comes from a document prepared for the Board meeting held on 14-15 May 2020.

7.

The Global Fund on track to achieve most of its targets for 2017–2019

15 May 2020
Four of the twelve KPIs are underperforming