The High Level Panel made six broad recommendations:
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Discussions continue on concerns raised by the Fund
The Global Fund has lifted the temporary freeze on disbursements for its grants to China. However, not all of the concerns raised by the Global Fund when it imposed the freeze on China's HIV grant in November 2010, and other grants in May 2011, have been resolved. Discussions are continuing.
Global Fund audit found some misuse of funds by government PR, media report says
Replacement PRs have been nominated
Global Fund's CCM Manager Expresses Disappointment with GFO Commentaries on CCMs
Volume 2 includes guidance on filling out the proposal forms
This article contains three excerpts from Volume 2 of "The Aidspan Guide to Round 11 Applications to the Global Fund" (see previous article).
Excerpt #1: Describing the country's national disease programme
Having both the principal recipients (PRs) and local fund agents (LFAs) report directly to the Global Fund Secretariat and, in the process, bypassing country coordinating mechanisms (CCMs) has usurped the CCM's oversight role.
Global Fund Will Issue Statement on Funding About the Time Round 11 Is Launched
Aidspan plans to release the English version of Volume 2 of "The Aidspan Guide to Round 11 Applications to the Global Fund" within a few days of the launch of Round 11 (which is scheduled for 15 August). Volume 2 will include guidance on many of the questions on both the regular proposal form and the new common health systems strengthening (HSS) proposal form.
The Global Fund has been issuing new information notes for Round 11 at a fairly constant rate. When we went to press, there were 22 information notes listed on the Fund's website here. Below, we provide details on six of them. This is followed by a list of all 22 notes.