Instructions for Global Fund Grant Signing
This toolkit addresses the primary areas of attention for completing the Global Fund Grant Signing process. The three key elements in the process are completing the procurement and supply chain management plan (PSM), updating the monitoring and evaluation plan and the performance framework, and revising the work-plan and budget.
- Tool Designer Organization:
- to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM) and the RBM partnership Harmonization Working Group (HWG)
- Philippe Verstraete (RBM Secretariat), Paul Libiszowski (MACEPA), Richard Carr (RBM Secretariat)
Overview of the Global Fund Round 8 Grant Signing Process:
Procurement and Supply Chain Management:
Policy Guide and template for developing a Global Fund Procurement and Supply Management (PSM) Plan
Workplan and Budget:
Workplan and Budget Process – Global Fund
Summary of main features
- Provide the essential reference tools for completing the global fund’s grant signature process for round 8 grants.
- Scope of interventions
- This toolkit contains tools for addressing the three main areas for revision and completion in order to qualify for global fund grant signing.
- This toolkit provides guidelines but significant time and effort is required to complete the requirements for grant signing
- PSM plan, M&E plan, workplan and budget
- The grant signing process is normally completed within six months following application acceptance.
- Potential users
- Country Coordinating Mechanisms (CCMs) and National Malaria Control Programme partnerships
- Skills required
- Proposal development
- Type of software
- Pdf reader, word processor
- User manual available
- An overview of the process is included in the tools and serves as a manual
- Type and length of training required
- Available languages
- English, most GF documents in French, Spanish and Russian
- Last update and version
- December, 2008