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The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
Have they met the Busan commitment on aid transparency? Yes.
The Global Fund to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria is a partnership organisation between governments, civil society and the private sector. It raises and invests finances to support in country programmes to accelerate the end of AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
The Fund's disclosure policies need improvement at both Secretariat (some good efforts has been made to date) and country levels (needs Expand...a lot of work particularly concerning grant recipients and CCMs)
- Please note recipient-country budgets are being published.- Under basic activity information it gives the Global Fund 8/10. Given that Expand...there are two areas which are not applicable, why is this organization being penalized?- Under Financials, Ac
Each approved concept note is public and has a 3 year budget. These are provided by grant, component and recipient. Also Expand...provided in the concept note is a summary of the modular template (outlines the main goals, objectives, associated indicators and targets, and associated costs with their cost assumptions). The grant confirmation forms (grant agreements are no longer available - these had budget info). The detailed budget and the detailed modular template attachment are not made public as of now but the Fund promises they will soon. I expect this rating to go up soon.
This information could not be found. The overview section for Pakistan suggests that a thorough research has been conducted to justify Expand...the strategy to implement in the country. Three focus areas have been identified (HIV-AID, Tuberculosis and Malaria) but only two concept notes are available and no further information is available on the overall strategy.
The Global Fund's country strategy is directly tied to the Country's Concept Note. One of our founding principals is Country Expand...Ownership, and therefore, our strategy in-country is the same as that of the country. We will use the Concept notes as our strategy document and this will be published prior to January 15th 2016 as part of the Organization file. Please note that they are available on each of the Country Pages on our site today where applicable.
Actually a link to the national strategic plan that each concept note is based on would be best (made public on Expand...both Global Fund website and IATI). The Fund's view that the concept note is the country strategy (in IATI context) can be plausible, in which case I'd expect links to the approved concept notes on IATI.
Three focus areas have been identified (HIV-AID, Tuberculosis and Malaria) but only two concept notes are available and no further information Expand...is available on the overall strategy.Any update prior to January 15th will be taken into account.
Agree based on when this evaluation was done, we are now however publishing our Concept notes which are the equivalent of Expand...our country/regional strategies at the organization level.
This information is also included in our API: http://web-api.theglobalfund.org/odata/grants/GrantAgreementSummaryBudgets , http://web-api.theglobalfund.org/odata/grants/GrantAgreementDisbursements and http://web-api.theglobalfund.org/odata/grants/GrantAgreementCommitments . We do not publish planned disbursements Expand...as it does not go fit in line with our business model. Disbursements decisions are made based on programmatic performance, and so the information being cited in the documents are indicative and may never lead to a disbursement, again, depending on the performance assessment of a grant.