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Abstract Number: THAE0103 Stepping up National Coordination and Ownership of HIV Programming

Abstract Number: THAE0103 Stepping up National Coordination and Ownership of HIV Programming 24 July 2014 ï‚Ÿ 14:30-16:00 ï‚Ÿ Plenary 3. Partners in Change Building capacity of Country Coordinating Mechanisms

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Abstract Number: THAE0103 Stepping up National Coordination and Ownership of HIV Programming

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  1. Abstract Number: THAE0103 Stepping up National Coordination and Ownership of HIV Programming 24 July 2014 14:30-16:00  Plenary 3 Partners in Change Building capacity of Country Coordinating Mechanisms to increase country ownership and effective implementation of Global Fund grants Authors: Joydeep Sen, Shaleen Rakesh, ShailendraHaruray, DechenWangmo and James Robertson Alliance Regional Technical Support Hub (South Asia), New Delhi

  2. South Asia Hub: Who We Are • Independent consultancy based in New Delhi, India • Member of the global technical support network of the International HIV/AIDS Alliance • Provide technical support primarily to nine countries in the region: • Afghanistan • Bangladesh • Bhutan …and to other countries based on requirements of the assignment • Services: management support; financial & grant oversight systems; monitoring & evaluation; research • Significant experience in technical support to Global Fund grants • Support to CCMs to meet Global Fund eligibility requirements • Developing cohort of Global Fund technical support providers in region • Nepal • Pakistan • Sri Lanka • India • Maldives • Myanmar

  3. Country Coordinating Mechanisms • Country-level multi-stakeholder partnerships • Central to the Global Fund's commitment to: • Local ownership • Participatory decision-making • Core functions: • Coordinate development and submission of national proposals • Nominate Principal Recipients (PRs) • Oversee implementation of approved grant • Submit requests for continued funding • Approve reprogramming • Ensure linkages and consistency between grants and national programs

  4. CCMs in the New Funding Model • Play a stronger leadership role • Participate meaningfully in the National Strategic Plan (NSP) discussions at country level • Convene stakeholders to engage in inclusive country dialogue and agree on funding split

  5. Background on CCM Technical Support Disclaimer: The South Asia Hub has notprovided support to India’s CCM and is not in a position to comment on the CCM in our home country. • CCMs are facing various challenges in areas such as: • Grant oversight • Meaningful involvement of people living with diseases • Conflicts of interest • Technical expertise on funding priorities • The Global Fund and other donors are working with technical support providers to build capacity of CCMs to effectively perform their roles and responsibilities.

  6. Guidelines for Effective CCMs A Guide to Building and Running an Effective CCM • Third edition of the guide jointly published with Aidspan • Serves as a “how to” guide for CCMs worldwide • Target audience: CCM members, CCM secretariat staff, PRs, other stakeholders • Developed in collaboration with the CCM Hub at the Global Fund Secretariat and Grant Management Solutions • Designed to be responsive to changes due to the New Funding Model Download the guide at: http://www.aidspan.org/sites/default/files/publications/CCM_guide_FINAL.pdf

  7. Recent Work with CCMs • South Asia Hub technical support providers trained on Global Fund CCM self-assessment are providing assistance: • In South Asia: Afghanistan and Papua New Guinea • In Asia-Pacific: Indonesia and Sri Lanka • Processes use the Global Fund CCM Performance Assessment Tool to evaluate the following eligibility requirements: • Oversight planning and implementation • CCM membership of affected communities and key populations • Processes for electing non-government CCM members • Management of conflict of interest on CCMs

  8. Lessons Learned • Simplified guidelines demystify technical areas • Help CCMs build own capacity on Global Fund requirements • CCM self-assessment creates country-level dialogue about key issues • Technical support providers (South Asia Hub, Grant Management Solutions, Aidspan, etc.) should coordinate effortswith the Global Fund (CCM Hub, Fund Portfolio Managers, Country Teams, etc.) to ensure standardisation and avoid duplication of support provided to CCMs

  9. The Future of CCMs • Local ownership/country ownership is a powerful organising principle. • Political considerations • Role of civil society • Representation by affected communities • Programming for key populations • Is the Global Fund more than a multilateral funder? • Technical expertise • In-country oversight

  10. Thank you! Our appreciation to: Aidspan; Grant Management Solutions; German BACKUP Initiative (GIZ); and the Global Fund. Special thanks to: Katy Pullen; David Garmaise; and our CCM technical support team. Contact: James Robertson jrobertson@southasiahub.org

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