The Global Fund Strategy Framework 2012-2016: “Investing for impact”   Vision          A world free of the burden of HIV/A...
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  1. 1. The Global Fund Strategy Framework 2012-2016: “Investing for impact” Vision A world free of the burden of HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria with better health for all To attract, manage and disburse additional resources to make a sustainable and significant contribution in the fight Mission against AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria in countries in need, and contributing to poverty reduction as part of the MDGs • Being a financing instrument • Multi-sectoral engagement • Performance-based funding Guiding • Additionality • Partnership • Good value for moneyprinciples • Sustainability • Integrated, balanced approach • Effectiveness and efficiency • Country ownership • Promoting human right to health • Transparency and accountability 10 million lives saved1 over 2012-2016 Goals 140-180 million new infections prevented over 2012-2016 Global Fund Indicators for other Global plan leading targets for 2016 selected services UNAIDS 2011-2015 • PMTCT: ARV prophylaxis and/or Strategy, 2011 treatment HIV / Investment Framework, 7.3 million people alive on ARTs • HIV testing and counseling AIDS and UNGASS June • Prevention services for MARPs 2011 Declaration • Male circumcision Targets2 Global Plan to Stop TB 4.6 million DOTS treatments (annual) • HIV co-infected TB patients (2016) TB 2011-2015 21 million DOTS treatments over enrolled on ARTs 2012-2016 • MDR-TB treatments RBM Global Malaria 90 million LLINs distributed (annual) • Houses sprayed with IRS Action Plan 2008 and • Diagnoses with RDTs Malaria May 2011 updated 390 million LLINs distributed over • Courses of ACT administered to goals and targets 2012-2016 confirmed malaria cases1. Based on impact of provision of ART, DOTS and LLINs using methodology agreed with partners. 2. Targets refer to service levels to be achieved in low- and middle-income countries.Note: Goals and targets are based on results from Global Fund-supported programs which may also be funded by other sources; targets are dependent on resource levels
  2. 2. The Global Fund Strategy Framework 2012-2016: “Investing for impact” Strategic Objectives 1. Invest more 2. Evolve the 3. Actively support grant strategically funding model implementation success 1.1 Focus on the highest-impact countries, 2.1 Replace the rounds system with a more 3.1 Actively manage grants based on interventions and populations while keeping flexible and effective model impact, value for money and riskStrategic Actions the Global Fund global • Iterative, dialogue-based application 3.2 Enhance the quality and efficiency of 1.2 Fund based on quality national strategies • Early preparation of implementation grant implementation and through national systems • More flexible, predictable funding 3.3 Make partnerships work to improve opportunities 1.3 Maximize the impact of Global Fund grant implementation investments on strengthening health systems 2.2 Facilitate the strategic refocusing of existing investments 1.4 Maximize the impact of Global Fund investments on improving the health of mothers and children 4.1 Ensure that the Global Fund does not support 5.1 Increase the sustainability of Global Fund- 4. Promote programs that infringe human rights supported programs 5. Sustain and 4.2 Increase investments in programs that 5.2 Attract additional funding from current and the gains, protect address human rights-related barriers to access new sources mobilize human 4.3 Integrate human rights considerations resources rights throughout the grant cycle Enhance partnerships to deliver results Strategic Enablers Transform to improve Global Fund governance, operations and fiduciary controls

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