The CCM
Key actors of the Global Fund
Academic/
Academic/
EducationalSector
Sector
Educational
Government
The Global
Fund
CCM
Prepares and
submits proposals
NGOs/CBOs
PLW Diseases
Private sector
Assessment
Selects Principal
Recipient(s)
Provides
governance during
implementation
Monitors impact
Local Fund
Agent
Multi-/Bilateral
Development
Partners
Technical
Review
TRP
Reports
Advise
Principal
Recipients
Reports
Grant agreement
Proposal
Screening
Secretariat
Funds
Funds
Religious/
Faith-Based
Organizations
Board
Approval
Sub- recipients
Trustee (World
Bank)
Instruction to
disburse
The Global Fund recognizes that only
through a country-driven, coordinated
and multi-sector approach involving all
relevant partners will additional resources
have a significant impact on the reduction
of infections, illness and death from the
three diseases.
CCM – 6 minimum eligibility requirements
1. Non-government representatives transparent selection
2. People living with and/or affected by diseases
3. Transparent proposal solicitation and review
4. Transparent PR nomination & program oversight
5. Stakeholder input
6. Conflict of Interest policy
Guidelines for Coordinating Mechanisms
Broad Representation
• minimum 40% non-government representation
• geographical & gender representation
• people living with the diseases
• key affected populations
Participation and transparency
• Own constituency member selection
• Transparent, inclusive proposal development process
• Transparent, inclusive PR selection process
• Process for oversight of implementation
Governance
• Chair & Vice chair from different constituencies
CCM – Roles and Responsibilities
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5
Proposal.
development
PR(s)
nomination
TRP
clarification
Grant
negotiation
Phase 2
Oversight of grant implementation & PR performance
Phase 2
Request
RCC
Technical assistance needs and coordination
Coordination with other in-country structures
Grant
Closure
The Role of the CCM
• Applying good governance principles
• Represents the interests of all stakeholders relevant to AIDS, TB and Malaria
• Coordinates the development of proposals for funding national programmes
• Nominates (PR) to undertake programme implementation
• Oversight of the PRs to support programme performance
• Facilitates the resolution of programme challenges with the PR(s)
• Ownership of Global Fund grants, reprogramming of funds or change of PR
• Coordination among partners to promote harmonization among donors and
alignment with in-country programmes
Role of the CCM Member
• Represents an entire constituency – not one organization or individual
• Consults constituency in all CCM decisions
• Shares information and communicates openly with constituency members
• Role requires that all CCM discussions are well documented to ensure
transparency and effective participation
• CCM members cannot delegate their role to a committee or to CCM
Chair/Vice-Chairs for example
• Important to define CCM member roles in clear terms of reference, and to
select members with the necessary capacities and commitment
The Global Fund depends on three key bodies in recipient
countries to administer and manage its grants : Principal
Recipients, Country Coordinating Mechanisms, and Local Fund
Agents
The Principal Recipient(s) is the
legally accountable party in
country which disburses to subrecipients and ensures reporting
of results to the Global Fund
The Global
Fund
Advice and
data
verification
LFA
Funds
Reporting
PR(s)
Funds
Country
Coordinating
Mechanism
Reporting
Subrecipient(s)
The Local Fund Agent is the
"eyes and ears" of the Global
Fund in country, assessing
Principal Recipients and
advising the Global Fund on
ongoing performance
The Country Coordinating Mechanism
(CCM) is the local partnership that
develops proposals for the Global
Fund and oversees grants – the CCM is
central to the Global Fund’s
commitment to transparency and local
ownership
CCM oversight: A national responsibility
THE GLOBAL FUND
LFA
CCM
PR
SR SR
SR
Conclusion
• CCM is the cornerstone of GF architecture
• CCM is an expression of GF principles
• CCM can influence access to GF Funding
• The CCM plays important roles:
– In programme development
– In programme oversight
• CCM Support available, including useful new tools
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