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In Kenya, devolution is interrupting monitoring and evaluation

17 Aug 2015
Persistent lack of training and problems with priority setting and management at county level just the tip of the iceberg

Kenya in 2013 formally decentralized a series of governance responsibilities to its 47 counties, including the provision of health care. But while the original goal of devolution was to improve efficiency in service delivery and permit greater ownership and engagement at the local level, in the health sector this has not translated as well as anticipated.

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Lors de la conférence sur l’aide au développement, les grands lignes du plan pour consolider l’agenda de l’après-2015 ont été tracées

24 Jul 2015
Les résultats de la réunion devraient offrir des pistes sur les positions des bailleurs avant la campagne de reconstitution des ressources de la mi-2016

Une réunion de haut-niveau des parties prenantes au niveau international s’est tenue à Addis-Abeba du 13 au 16 juillet pour développer une stratégie de financement des objectifs de développement durable après 2015 dans un contexte de crise financière et au moment où l’accent est mis sur l’augmentation des financements nationaux en matière de développement.

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Le futur du Fonds mondial: la société civile réclame des interventions communautaires plus importantes

24 Jul 2015
Les participants veulent que les parties prenantes travaillent ensemble sur un pied d’égalité

Plus de 120 personnes se sont réunies les 23-24 juin à Bangkok pour le forum de partenariat Asie-Pacifique : le deuxième du genre organisé par le Fonds mondial afin de faire entendre les voix de la société civile et élaborer la stratégie de développement pour la période 2017-2021.

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Un appel à changer la stratégie du Fonds mondial dans la lutte contre la tubeculose

24 Jul 2015
Les parties prenantes en Asie-Pacifique réclament de nouveaux objectifs et une nouvelle approche.

Un changement radical dans la prévention, le diagnostic et la gestion des cas de tuberculose est nécessaire pour remplir les objectifs à l’échelle mondiale, affirment les participants d’une consultation tenue le 23 juin et organisée par le Partenariat Stop TB.

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At Financing for Development conference, the outlines of a plan to fund the post-2015 development agenda

17 Jul 2015
Outcomes of meeting should offer insight into donor postures ahead of Global Fund’s own replenishment campaign in mid-2016

A high-level meeting of global stakeholders took place 13-16 July in Addis Ababa to develop a strategy to finance the post-2015 sustainable development goals, against a backdrop of donor fatigue, the enduring global financial crisis and a growing insistence on improved domestic financing for development issues.

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The call to radically change the face of TB in the new Global TB strategy

10 Jul 2015
New targets require a new approach, Asia Pacific stakeholders say

Radical change in the approach to TB prevention, diagnosis and case management is needed if new global targets are to be achieved, participants in a 23 June consultation hosted by the Stop TB Partnership said.

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The Global Fund that we want: civil society speaks on the need for stronger community-based interventions

10 Jul 2015
Participants emphasize need for stakeholders to come together as equals

More than 120 people gathered on 23-24 June in Bangkok for the Asia-Pacific partnership forum: the second of its kind convened by the Global Fund to solicit voices from civil society and a range of stakeholders to feed into strategy development for the 2017-2021 period.

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Global input sought in development of strategic plan to stop TB

18 Jun 2015
The online consultation follows a similar effort launched to solicit greater input into the global HIV strategy

Stakeholders from around the world are being encouraged to add their voices, lessons learned and challenges to a global consultation carried out virtually by the Stop TB Partnership to inform the development of its strategic plan for 2016-2020.

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In incentive funding request, Zimbabwe prioritizes young people

27 May 2015
Most of the $40.2 million request focuses on people under age 24

New funding model early applicant Zimbabwe submitted a $40.2 million request for incentive funding on 18 May, seeking additional financial support for interventions that specifically target people under age 24: the fastest growing demographic group in sub-Saharan Africa for new HIV infections.

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From having a voice to being heard: the case for professionalizing key population representatives

27 May 2015

Among the recommendations of a recent report on the Representation and Participation of Key Populations on Country Coordinating Mechanisms (CCMs) in six African countries, Aidspan underlines the need to professionalize key population representatives (KPRs).

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