Achievements of the Global Fund’s Catalytic Investment and its Impact on Community, Rights and Gender Component of the Response to HIV, TB and Malaria in Anglophone African Countries.

DEADLINE:  before Friday 15th March, 2019.

Pease take a few minutes to participate in this important survey here

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The East African Network of National AIDS Service Organisations (EANNASO) is a host of the Anglophone African Global Fund Regional Communication and Coordination Platform. They are conducting a review to evaluate the effect and to some extent the impact of catalytic investment on community rights and gender component of the response to HIV, TB and malaria.

As part of the Allocation Methodology approved by the Global Fund Board in May 2016, USD 800 million was allocated for catalytic investments to catalyse country allocations to ensure they deliver against the 2017-2022 Global Fund Strategy, Investing to End Epidemics. This was in part, operationalised through matching funds which have been used to incentivise specific programming of country allocations and through multi-country grants for critical pre-defined areas and strategic initiatives to support the success of country allocations outside the traditional country grants.

Your response to this survey will enable a deeper understanding of the impact of catalytic investments and help to improve future grants to ensure greater impact. This is important as the Global Fund is in the process of discussions regarding the Allocation Methodology.

If you are a W4GF Advocate and come from one of the 13 priority countries who were able to access matching funding then please support EANNASO to build a strong case for Matching Funds ahead of the Committee Meetings coming up at the end of March.
The 13 countries include, Botswana, Cameroon, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Pease take a few minutes to participate in this important survey here to identify successes and advise EANNASO on what requires improvement.

Please complete this before Friday 15th March 2019.