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KATE MACINTYRE TAKES UP HER NEW POSITION AT AIDSPAN

KATE MACINTYRE TAKES UP HER NEW POSITION AT AIDSPAN

On 1 September 2012, Kate Macintyre took up her duties as Executive Director of Aidspan, replacing Bernard Rivers, who was Aidspan’s founding ED. Aidspan announced the appointment of Dr Macintyre on 20 April 2012 (see GFO article). Dr Macintyre has extensive experience as a researcher in the public health field and as a manager of NGOs.

INVITATION TO ATTEND ANNUAL MEETING OF CIVIL SOCIETY PR NETWORK

INVITATION TO ATTEND ANNUAL MEETING OF CIVIL SOCIETY PR NETWORK

The Civil Society Principal Recipients Network (CSPRN) is inviting all civil society PRs to send representatives to the network’s annual meeting in Cape Town, South Africa, on 8–12 October 2012 (maximum two representatives per PR). The CSPRN advises interested persons to contact their fund portfolio managers (FPMs) as soon as possible to seek prior approval for participation costs (travel, accommodation…

CSOS SUBMIT POSITION PAPER ON NEW FUNDING MODEL

CSOS SUBMIT POSITION PAPER ON NEW FUNDING MODEL

Twelve civil society organisations (CSOs), most of them from Eastern Europe and Central Asia, have submitted a joint position paper on the development of a new funding model for the Global Fund. The paper was submitted to the Global Fund Board’s Strategy, Investment and Impact Committee (SIIC) which is meeting in Geneva from 29–31 August to discuss the new funding…

GLOBAL FUND PROVIDES RESULTS OF ELIGIBILITY SCREENING FOR TFM PROPOSALS

GLOBAL FUND PROVIDES RESULTS OF ELIGIBILITY SCREENING FOR TFM PROPOSALS

As it has done for past rounds of funding, the Global Fund Secretariat assessed all proposals submitted under the Transitional Funding Mechanism (TFM) to ensure they met the minimum requirements for coordinating mechanisms and non-CCM proposals. There were 61 proposals from 48 applicants. All 61 proposals were deemed to be eligible; none were screened out. In contrast to previous screening…

DISEASE-SPECIFIC OBSERVATIONS FROM THE TRP’S REVIEW OF TFM PROPOSALS

DISEASE-SPECIFIC OBSERVATIONS FROM THE TRP’S REVIEW OF TFM PROPOSALS

Sharp reduction in MARPs activities In the report to the Board on Transitional Funding Mechanism (TFM) proposals, the Technical Review Panel (TRP) made observations specific to each of the disease components. This article provides a summary of these observations. (In a separate article, we describe the lessons learned identified by the TRP with respect to all proposals.) HIV/AIDS MARPs. The…

LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE REVIEW OF TFM PROPOSALS

LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE REVIEW OF TFM PROPOSALS

In the report to the Board on TFM proposals, the Technical Review Panel (TRP) devoted a large section to lessons learned from its review of the proposals. This article provides a summary of the lessons learned that apply to all proposals. (In a separate article, we describe the observations of the TRP that relate to the proposals for each of…

CORRUPTION QUIZ

CORRUPTION QUIZ

Are you corrupt? Before you answer that question, here’s another: What is corruption? The OIG Charter states that the role of the OIG is, in part, “to undertake investigations of potential fraud, abuse, misappropriation, corruption and mismanagement.” In principle, that’s fine. But where should the OIG draw the line when deciding what to investigate and report on? And by extension, where should each employer…

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