AIDSPAN STRATEGY 2023 – 2028
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AIDSPAN STRATEGY 2023 - 2028
Aidspan exists to improve the effectiveness, transparency and accountability of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (the Global Fund) and other global health initiatives (GHIs). We achieve this through independent observations, convening, and building the capacity of in-country accountability mechanisms and stakeholders. Aidspan has proved to be a reliable and independent watchdog of the Global Fund for over 20 years.
This Strategy 2023–2028 presents the vision, mission, goal, four strategic pillars and core values that will guide Aidspan’s work to build global health equality over the next five years. It provides a foundation for our diverse international team, current and future donors and partners in their work towards transparent, accountable and effective implementation of Global Fund and other GHIs.
Building on the success of the 2018–2022 Strategy, this new Strategy responds to the evolving global health context in which Aidspan operates, where (a) the mandate of the Global Fund is evolving to encompass pandemic preparedness and response, and health systems more broadly, and (2) there is increasing interdependence between the Global Fund and other GHIs to secure resilient and sustainable systems for universal health coverage. Responding to this and recognising that accountability must be the driving force of effective services, Aidspan will refine and strengthen its
existing services to Global Fund stakeholders and expand these to other GHIs.