Approval of Funding to Address the Health Crisis in Venezuela
Expresses continuing concern about the public health crisis in Venezuela, a country that is not currently eligible for Global Fund funding, and its adverse impact on the fight against HIV, tuberculosis and malaria in Venezuela and the region;
Acknowledges the extraordinary proposal for funding presented by the Secretariat, and developed in consultation with partners and civil society, in accordance with the approach for potential engagement with non-eligible countries in crisis approved by the Board through GF/B39/DP04;
Recognizes that the emergency circumstances in Venezuela and the exceptional nature of the funding proposed require unique implementation and management arrangements, which differ substantially from the standard Global Fund funding model and applicable policies, as described in Annex 1 to GF/B39/ER10 (Annex 1);
Accepts that the proposed implementation and management arrangements entail unique risks, as described in GF/B39/ER10 and Annex 1, including that the Office of the Inspector General will not be able to provide the Board with assurance, whether through audit or investigation work, over the funds disbursed under the proposed funding arrangements;
Based on the recommendation of the Strategy Committee, approves the investment and terms set forth in Annex 1, to provide USD 5,000,000 to support the procurement of critical health products for Venezuela; and
Calls for continuous engagement from relevant partners, donors and other stakeholders to further support a regional response to the health crisis in Venezuela.
USD 5,000,000, funded through available sources of funds identified by the Audit and Finance Committee under GF/AFC07/DP1.
Proposed Funding to Address the Health Crisis in Venezuela
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Annex 2 - Plan Maestro para el fortalecimiento de la respuesta al VIH, la tuberculosis y la malaria en la República Bolivariana de Venezuela desde una perspectiva de salud pública
Annex 3 - Master Plan for Strengthening the HIV, Tuberculosis and Malaria Response in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela from a Public Health Perspective