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Investing in the future : the Global Fund at three years

GLOBAL FUND TO FIGHT AIDS, TUBERCULOSIS AND MALARIA
2005

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The purpose of the Global Fund is to finance programs designed to reduce the impact of HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria through a system of performance-based grants. This document assesses the first three years of activity. It points out that Global Fund financing has reached tens millions of people through a wide range of prevention programmes. It has contributed to the scaling up of ARV treatment, providing access to the drugs for 130,000 people. Significant results have also been obtained in the fight against tuberculosis, while distribution of insecticide-treated mosquito nets has been disappointing. The report provides detailed information, particularly useful for health and development organizations willing to apply for grants

Replenishing the Global Fund : an indipendent assessment

BEZANSON, Keith A
2005

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This document is an attempt to make a case for the Global Fund, and support the Voluntary Replenishment Mechanism for the Fund, in the face of increasing fiscal constraints and competing demands. It explains the purpose and unique aims of the Fund, and spells out its main achievements to date. A further section compares different strategies and replenishment models on which donors may decide to negotiate

Program development

NATIONAL MINORITY AIDS COUNCIL
2002

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A guide to effective programme development, understood as an ongoing, comprehensive planning process used to establish programmes. This manual, which draws on the experience in HIV/AIDS programmes, presents a series of seven steps to help organise ideas throughout the planning and implementation process: 1) needs assessment; 2) developing mission, goals and objectives; 3) identifying funding resources; 4) assigning leadership tasks; 5) programme design; 6) programme implementation; 7) evaluation. This manual is specifically aimed at NGOs working with HIV/AIDS, programme planners, financial managers and grant writers

The program development puzzle : how to make the pieces fit. A manual for creative assessment, design and grantwriting

SCHAFFER, Elisabeth N
STEWART, Cianna Pamintuan
YEE, Craig L
1997

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A comprehensive guide to effective programme planning. Good programme planning entails responding to community needs, communicating effectively with the community and funders, learning and replicating success stories, gaining support and writing successful proposals, making sure the programme stays current and relevant and serving better clients and beneficiaries. This manual, which draws on the experience in HIV/AIDS programs, presents a series of eight steps to help organise ideas throughout the programme planning process: 1) identify key players; 2) identify target audience and the problem; 3) assemble a programme planning team; 4) gather background information; 5) begin creative programme design; 6) finalise programme plan; 7) create a budget for the programme; 8) raise the funds necessary for the programme. This manual is specifically aimed at NGOs working with HIV/AIDS, programme planners, financial managers and grant writers

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