Le GTRE recommande le maintien des subventions multipays et des initiatives stratégiques, avec toutefois certaines améliorations
Le Groupe technique de référence en évaluation (GTRE) a recommandé que le Fonds mondial continue d’investir dans les subventions multipays et les initiatives stratégiques, qui, chacune à leur manière, apportent une plus-value, comme il ressort de deux évaluations indépendantes (une pour chaque type d’investissement à effet catalyseur).
Strategic Initiatives align with Global Fund Strategic Objectives but only cover some of the challenges affecting the achievement of the Fund’s goals
Between April and July 2021, the Technical Evaluation Reference Group (TERG) commissioned an evaluation to assess the extent to which Strategic Initiatives (SIs) have achieved their intended objectives. The evaluation revealed that although SIs are aligned with Global Fund’s objectives and are relevant to programmatic needs, they only address some of the important challenges affecting the realization of the organization's goals.
TERG recommends the continuation of multi-country grants and strategic initiatives, albeit with improvements
The Technical Evaluation and Reference Group (TERG) has recommended that the Global Fund continue investing in the multi-country grants (MCGs) and Strategic Initiatives (SIs) as both add value in their own ways, as noted in two recent independent evaluations (one for each type of catalytic investment).
The amount of funding set aside for catalytic investments for 2020-2022, the next allocation period; which catalytic priorities will be funded; and to what extent they will be funded, will all depend on how much money is available for allocation following the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment pledging conference in October 2019.
The Global Fund Board has approved a new CCM Policy, which replaces the Guidelines and Requirements for Country Coordinating Mechanisms (hereinafter, CCM Guidelines). The Board delegated authority to the Strategy Committee to approve amendments to the CCM Policy.
The Global Fund has unveiled its plans for the $260 million earmarked for multi-country approaches in the 2017-2019 allocations. The multi-country funding is part of a larger pot of money ($800 million) set aside for catalytic investments.
Catalytic investments: $800 million for matching funds, multi-country approaches, and strategic initiatives
The Global Fund Board has approved $800 million to be set aside for catalytic investments over the 2017-2019 grant cycle. These investments are intended to catalyze country allocations to ensure they deliver results against the aims of 2017-2022 Global Fund Strategy.