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  1. Application to the GFATM The Haitian Experience

  2. The context in Haiti Challenges • General socio-economic situation in country • ‘Stigmatization’ of government and national NGOs

  3. Challenges • Extremely short deadline • Urgency to put in place the CCM • Need to be inclusive – this takes time • Information gaps • Assuring a good quality application • Submission of the project in English

  4. Facilitating factors:Engagement of highest political authorities • National Strategic Plan recently completed • Broad participation of all partners in elaboration of NSP • Consultative group on NSP = core of CCM • Commitment of political leadership • Support by UNAIDS and UN system

  5. Guiding principles • Additionality • Determining the gaps • Demonstrating impact • Partnership • Competitiveness of GFATM applications

  6. The process of elaborating the application • Information on GFATM available in French on the internet – mid-February • Discussions at MOH re: Haiti application • Decision taken by MOH to apply only for HIV/AIDS • (TB and malaria in future rounds)

  7. The process of elaborating the application • MOH requests support from UNAIDS Theme Group, CPA and Secretariat • UNAIDS provides technical guidance and financial support for preparing submission • Full support and involvement of Minister of Health • MOH Cabinet coordinates and leads the process

  8. Compilation of all information needed through intense consultation with all partners • Bilateral donors take the lead on collecting info on costing and budget • Working group holds intense discussions on • CCM composition • Identifying appropriatefunding/fiduciary mechanism • Financing priorities andbudgetary needs • Assuring good content and quality of application

  9. The process of elaborating the application • Working group reviews drafts • Broad consensus meeting held with all partners to review draft (7 March) • Draft adapted to reflect changes • All signatures collected • Application submitted on 10 March (after only 2 weeks)

  10. The process of elaborating the application • Application reviewed by GFATM-TRP • GFATM Board in NYC approves application ($ 67 million for 5 years) and recommends funding for first 2 years ($ 24.4 million) • The next challenge: MOVING FROM APPLICATION TO IMPLEMENTATION

  11. Lessons learnt • CCM • hard to put in place quickly • needs to have broad representation including government, civil society, PLWA, private sector and international partners • need to involve everyone from the beginning • ensure patronage of high political leaders

  12. Budget and financial management • Identify a trustworthy financial management institution • Identify a potential auditing mechanism to ensure transparency • Involve donors, UN and other partners to identify ‘gaps’ and ‘additionality’ • It helps to have an NSP with a budget and costing information • Provide additional detailed budget information for each element (in annexes)

  13. Quality of application • Link application to NSP • Partnership between government, NGOs, UN and international partners • Identify a top-quality writer to draft application • Ensure technical input from UN system and all relevant partners • Include well known ‘star’ NGOs – this gives legitimacy

  14. Quality of application • Combine intensive ‘scientific’ aspects (e.g. PIH – Harvard) and • ‘Extensive’ service delivery aspects (e.g. MOH – GHESKIO)

  15. Quality of application • Combine prevention and care • Include solid monitoring and evaluation plans • Include annexes with additional detailed information, workplans and budgets for each element/partner • Ensure that application is well presented