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Key performance indicator
Audit report says utilization of KPI data needs improvement
Main decisions at Global Fund Board meeting relate to operating expenses budget and private sector engagement
Fund stays within budget ceiling for 2017-2019
On 14-15 November 2018, the Global Fund Board held its 40th meeting in Geneva, Switzerland. GFO was present, with observer status.
A further $50 million was proposed in prioritized above allocation requests
In funding requests submitted to the Global Fund in Window 1 (20 March 2017) and Window 2 (23 May 2017), more than $100 million was proposed for adolescent girls and young women (AGYW). This calculation includes both allocation amounts and matching funds. In addition, more than $50 million was proposed for AGYW in prioritized above allocation requests.
“A Quarter for Prevention”: Study finds Global Fund investments in HIV prevention in Africa fall short
Across 15 countries, just 15% of grant programs from the 2014-2016 funding cycle went towards HIV prevention
Board reviews details of five targets in danger of being missed, adjusting two for the coming year
Following a review of why The Global Fund was at risk of not meeting five corporate key performance indicators (KPIs) in the coming year, the Board has approved 10 targets for 2016, two of which have been revised since they were first proposed in November last year.
Following extensive consultations with Board committees and donor and implementer constituencies, the Global Board has approved a revised Corporate KPI Framework. The framework is designed to present indicators to measure the goals, targets and objectives of the Global Fund’s Strategy for 2012–2016.
In 2009, only 47% of the Global Fund's Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) achieved 90% or more of their target, down from 60% in 2008. But overall, the Fund's KPI performance was modestly up in 2009 over 2008.
This is based on an analysis by the Fund of 26 KPIs that had been set by the Board in 2008. Some of the KPIs cover performance by Global Fund grant recipients; others cover performance by the Secretariat.