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The TERG recommends measures to enhance health systems strengthening

24 Dec 2015
The Secretariat will prepare a workplan to implement the recommendations

The Technical Evaluation Reference Group has developed a position paper on health systems strengthening, in which it advances a number of recommendations. The Secretariat has been asked to prepare a workplan with timelines for implementing the recommendations.

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A policy and a strategy on transitions are urgently required

24 Nov 2015

There was no agenda item on transition at the Board meeting on 16-17 November, but the topic was much discussed at the Board table and in the corridors. There were calls for clear strategies on transition, for the development of a transition road map, and for transition to be moved up to the top of the Board agenda. It was noted that there is no key performance indicator on transition.

2.

What changes are being considered for the allocations methodology for 2017-2019?

6 Oct 2015
So far, no information has been made public concerning the options under study

The Global Fund should be more open about what options are being considered for the allocations methodology for the next period, 2017-2019.

By March 2016, the allocations methodology for 2017-2019 will have been adopted by the Board. That’s six months from now. It doesn’t look like there will be much public discussion of the methodology before it is approved.

1.

Aidspan Launches Consultation on Design of New Funding Model

15 Oct 2012
Users of the Aidspan website can comment on summaries of the paper being considered by the SIIC
Join the discussion at www.aidspan.org/page/discussion-page

On 12 October 2012, the Global Fund Secretariat submitted a paper containing options and recommendations for the design of the new funding model to the Strategy, Investment and Impact Committee (SIIC) of the Global Fund Board. The SIIC will discuss the paper at its meeting in Geneva of 24–26 October 2012.

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CSOs Express Concerns About New Funding Model Discussions

27 Aug 2012
Both the process and the substance have been questioned
The SIIC will discuss options this week

Concerns have been raised by civil society organisations (CSOs) about the process being followed to develop a new funding model for the Global Fund, and about the fact that most of the discussions have focused on formulas for allocating funding.

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