« Des approches novatrices pour répondre aux besoins variés des pays sont essentielles pour accélérer la fin de l'épidémie. » C’est le slogan du Fonds mondial pour décrire le premier objectif de sa nouvelle Stratégie : Obtenir un impact maximal contre le VIH, la tuberculose et le paludisme.
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Une nouvelle Stratégie avec deux points focaux: les pays durement touchés à faible revenu et les populations vulnérables
Community, rights and gender issues have a higher profile, but challenges remain in demonstrating impact
The Global Fund has been successful at raising awareness about the importance of community, rights, and gender (CRG) and promoting the inclusion of CRG issues in country dialogues and concept notes. However, challenges remain in translating these achievements into impact in programs on the ground.
On 26-27 April 2016, the Global Fund Board held its 35th meeting in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. GFO was present, with observer status.
The Global Fund has failed to meet its 2015 targets on access to funding, value for money, resource mobilization, and human rights protection. The Fund is also unlikely to meet its 2016 target for health system strengthening.
This information was contained in a paper on the results of the Fund’s key performance indicator targets presented to the Board at its meting in Abidjan on 26-27 April.
“Innovative approaches to meet diverse country needs are essential to accelerate the end of the epidemic.” This is the catch phrase The Global Fund uses to describe the first objective in its new Strategy: Maximize impact against HIV, TB, and malaria.
The Global Fund Board has approved a strategy to guide the organization for the next six years.
“The Global Fund Strategy 2017-2022: Investing to End Epidemics” – is built around four strategic objectives, as follows:
The Secretariat has not yet established an effective mechanism to routinely monitor and assess The Global Fund’s performance against strategy. The current key performance indicator framework is ineffective and does not enable full understanding of the challenges posed by the Fund’s 2012-2016 strategy. Nor does it make timely corrective action possible.
On 28 January 2016, the Global Fund Board confirmed changes to its structure that were approved in principle at its meeting last November (see GFO article). On 4 March, the Board appointed chairs and vice-chairs for the reconstituted committees. The changes and appointments will come into effect on 1 May 2016.
On 16-17 November 2015, the Global Fund Board held its 34th meeting in Geneva, Switzerland. GFO was present, with observer status.
Under changes approved in principle by the Board at its meeting on 16-17 November, the mandates of two of three standing committees of the Board will change effective after the first Board meeting in 2016. No changes to the size of the committees are envisioned.