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Geneva, Switzerland, 7-8 November 2013
The Board of the Global Fund held its Thirtieth Meeting from the 7th to the 8th of November in Geneva, Switzerland.
The Board focused its deliberations on two main issues. The Board approved a revision of the Policy on Eligibility Criteria, Counterpart Financing Requirements and Prioritization of Proposals for Funding (ECFP) in preparation for the launch of a new funding model in March 2014.
The Board also agreed on a corporate Key Performance Indicator framework to track the progress of the Global Fund over the 2014-2016 period. The framework was developed through consultations with implementers, technical partners and donors
The Board also approved a new leadership for its standing committees, as well as a revision to the Whistle-blowing policy underlining that all Global Fund stakeholders, including Secretariat staff, Local Fund Agents, Principal Recipients, Country Coordinating Mechanisms members, and Board members, have a duty to report misconduct occurring in relation to any of the Global Fund’s activities.
Electronic Decision Points 19 June 2013 – 6 November 2013
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