What is the Global Fund?

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GLOBAL FUND
EAA Meeting Chaing Mai
22 MARCH 2011
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Introduction (March 2011)
Section 1:
OVERVIEW OF
THE GLOBAL FUND
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What is the Global Fund?
The Global Fund is an
international financing
institution mandated:
Raise it
- To raise and to disburse
substantial new funds
- To operate transparently
and accountably
Invest
it
Prove it
- To achieve sustained impact
on HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and
malaria
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Global Fund Guiding Principles
1. Operate as a financial instrument, not an implementing entity
2. Make available and leverage additional financial resources
3. Support programs that reflect national ownership and respect country-led
formulation and implementation
4. Operate in a balanced manner in terms of different regions, diseases and
interventions
5. Pursue an integrated, balanced approach to prevention, treatment and care
6. Evaluate proposals through independent review processes
7. Establish a simplified, rapid and innovative grant-making process and
operate transparently, with accountability. The fund should make use of
existing international mechanisms and health plans.
8. Focus on performance by linking resources to the achievement of clear,
measurable and sustainable results.
Source: Global Fund Framework Document
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Global Fund: Key Milestones
G8 endorsed
new AIDS, TB
and malaria
targets
2000
2001
- Global Fund created
at first Board meeting
- Round 1 proposals
approved at second
Board meeting
2002
- African leaders
committed to greater
response in Abuja
- UN General Assembly
endorses need for a
“global fund”
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2003
2004
Round 2 and 3
proposals
approved
1st voluntary Replenishment
2nd Replenishment: US$ 9.7 billion pledged
Round 8 approved (US$ 3.1
billion – largest so far)
2005
2006
2007
First ‘Rolling
Continuation
Channel’
- Annual Rounds for proposals started
- First Partnership Forum (Bangkok)
2008
2009
2010
Twentieth Board
meeting: Round 9
approved
Cumulative Global
Fund disbursements
reach US$ 10 billion
Partnership Approach to Governance
A diverse partnership reflected in the Board
and Country Coordinating Mechanisms
• Donors
• Recipient
Countries
● Private Sector
• Private
Foundations
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Public Sector
(Governments
and Agencies)
Private
Sector
Civil
Society
Technical
Agencies
and
Partnerships
● NGOs from
Global North
● NGOs from
Global South
● Communities
living with, and
affected by, the
diseases
● WHO
● UNAIDS
● World Bank
● UNITAID
● RBM
● Stop TB
Partnership…
Grant Lifecycle Management Process
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Technical Review Panel:
Process
Small groups of 4 members:
Two disease experts and two cross-cutters
Plenary session of 40 members:
Recommendations discussed and finalized
If necessary, second review:
Additional TRP members asked to provide
second recommendation
Final plenary :
Last day for quality assurance + lessons learned
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Section 2:
FINANCING AND
ADDITIONALITY
Last Updated: 28 February 2011
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Financing and Additionality (February 2011)
Global Fund Financing (by end 2010)
Funding to the Global Fund:
• Total pledges available = US$ 29.8 billion
• Total amount paid = US$ 18.8 billion
Total Proposals Approved:
• Total approved grant amount = US$ 21.7 billion
• Total lifetime budget of grants = US$ 35.5 billion
Grant Agreements Signed:
• Phase 1 agreements (two-year) = US$ 10.2 billion
• Grant renewals (Phase 2, RCC) = US$ 7.3 billion
Total Amount Disbursed: US$ 13 billion
Source: Global Fund Grant Data
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Contributions* from Top 10 Public Donors
(2002-2010)
Total contributions* from public
donors (2002-2010):
US$ 18 billion (95% of the total)
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Contributions from Non-Traditional Donors
(2002-2010)
Total
contributions
from nontraditional
donors
(2002-2010):
US$ 948 million
(5% of total)
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Evolution of Funding (2002-2010)
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The Funding environment for the Global
Fund has changed dramatically
• A perfect storm?
– Pre-existing ‘AIDS fatigue’ among some donors
• Funding for AIDS has far outpaced maternal, newborn, and child
health, malaria, tuberculosis, non-communicable diseases
– ODA at risk due to record public debt among most OECD
DAC donors
– The Euro crisis – is it behind us?
– Misleading media reports on corruption have created
reputational damage.
– Signs that US pledge is under severe pressure
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The New Reality
• The $11.7 billion Replenishment outcome is in
danger of not being achieved.
• Round 10 is in danger of not being fully funded.
• Round 11 is in danger of being squeezed (including
NSA and joint HSFP proposals)
Should we be moving from ‘going for growth’ to
‘holding the line’ ?
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Section 3:
FBOs and the Global Fund
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CCM Composition
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Disbursements to Faith-Based Principal Recipients by Sector
Disease
Component
Amount Disbursed
to FBOs by
Disease
Component
Percent of Total
Disbursement to
FBOs by Disease
Component
HIV and AIDS
Malaria
Tuberculosis
$187,420,201
$121,567,492
$84,707,218
47.6%
30.8%
21.6%
Comparison to
Overall Global
Fund Percentage
by Disease
Component
56%
28%
16%
Expenditures to Faith-Based Sub-Recipients by Sector
Disease
Component
Amount Disbursed
to FBOs by
Disease
Component
Percent of Total
Disbursement to
FBOs by Disease
Component
HIV and AIDS
Malaria
Tuberculosis
$92,275,502
$27,426,851
$32,307,506
60.7%
18.0%
21.3%
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Comparison to
Overall Global
Fund Percentage
by Disease
Component
56%
28%
16%
Service Delivery Areas (SDAs) Performed by
Faith-Based Principal Recipients, Rounds 1-9
SDAs (Macro-categories)
Percentage of SDAs (out of all grants
with FBO PR)
Care and Support
5.79%
Health Systems Strengthening (HSS)
14.29%
Prevention
33.20%
Supportive Environment
22.01%
TB/HIV Collaborative Activities
3.09%
Treatment
21.62%
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PR/SR Expenditures by Sector
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• Mauro Guarinieri (Asia)
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• Katja Roll (Africa)
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• Vitaly Zhumagaliev (EECA)
[email protected][email protected]
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