UNDP-Global Fund Partnership: HIV, Tuberculosis and Malaria
UNDP has partnered with the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria since 2003 to support implementation of HIV, tuberculosis and malaria programmes in low and middle income countries, facilitating access to essential resources by countries that face constraints in directly receiving or managing such funding.
UNDP’s partnership with the Global Fund supports countries in crisis or post-crisis situations, those with weak institutional capacity or governance challenges, and countries under sanctions.
When requested, UNDP acts as interim principal recipient in these settings, working with national partners and the Global Fund to improve management, implementation and oversight of Global Fund grants, while simultaneously developing national capacity for governments or local entities to be able to assume the principal recipient role over time.
The partnership has enabled millions of people around the world to benefit from programmes to prevent and treat HIV, tuberculosis and malaria.
Leveraging knowledge in managing Global Fund grants
UNDP has developed a capacity development “toolkit” to provide practical guidance on how to manage a capacity development process for national entities to implement national disease responses for HIV, Tuberculosis and Malaria. more
As part of its work with the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria, UNDP has launched a country-to-country support mechanism—under which an expert from one country travels to another receiving its first Global Fund grant to support key implementation processes such as financing, procurement, and monitoring. more
The Expert Roster for the UNDP-GFATM Partnership is an online database of specialized consultants with strategic experience on GFATM grants' implementation who have either been recommended by UN staff or have references from other reliable development partners, and who are willing to be considered for long and short term assignments. more
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