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Title: Global Fund Governance and Constituency Processes


1
Global Fund Governance and Constituency Processes
  • Luke Aspinall Board Relations Officer
  • Jacqueline Wittebrood Communications Focal
    Point, Developed Country NGO Constituency
  • Joseph Andre Tiendrebeogo - Communications Focal
    Point, WCA Constituency

2
Governance and Constituency Processes
  • The Board its Constituencies, Leadership and
    Priorities for 2008 2009
  • Committees of the Board
  • Experiences from the Western and Central Africa
    Constituency
  • Experiences from the Developed Country NGO
    Constituency
  • Secretariat Support to Constituency Processes

3
A Partnership Approach
  • A partnership of stakeholders
  • NGO North
  • NGO South
  • Communities
  • Donors
  • Implementers

Civil Society
Public Sector (Governments)
  • Private Sector
  • Private Foundations
  • WHO
  • UNAIDS
  • World Bank

Technical Partners
Private Sector
4
Governance Structure
Technical Review Panel
Partnership Forum
BOARD
Committees of the Board
Technical Evaluation Reference Group TERG
Secretariat
5
Voting Structure
BOARD
  • Donor Voting Block
  • 8 Public Donor Seats
  • 1 Private Foundations
  • 1 Private Sector
  • 10 TOTAL
  • Implementer Voting Block
  • 7 Regional Seats
  • 1 Developed NGO
  • 1 Developing NGO
  • 1 NGO rep of Communities living with the Diseases
  • 10 TOTAL

7/10 - DOUBLE MAJORITY -
7/10
6
The Constituency Structure
  • Donor Voting Block
  • Germany (Canada, Switzerland)
  • European Commission (Belgium, Finland,
    Portugal)
  • France/Spain
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Point Seven (Norway)
  • United Kingdom/Australia
  • United States of America
  • Private Foundations (Gates)
  • Private Sector (McKinsey)
  • Implementer Voting Block
  • Eastern Europe
  • Eastern and Southern Africa
  • Eastern Mediterranean
  • Latin America and the Caribbean
  • South East Asia
  • Western and Central Africa
  • Western Pacific
  • 1 Developed Country NGO
  • 1 Developing Country NGO
  • 1 NGO rep of Communities living with the Diseases
  • Non-voting Board Members
  • World Health Organization
  • World Bank
  • UNAIDS
  • Board Designated Non-Voting Swiss Member

7
Board Leadership
  • Leadership of the Board Changed following the
    15th Board Meeting, April 2007
  • The new Chair and Vice-Chair will serve from
    April 2007 May 2009
  • In keeping with the principle of balance and
    rotation, the Chair of the Board is from a Donor
    Constituency, and the Vice-Chair is from an
    Implementer Constituency

8
Board Leadership April 2007 May 2009
Chair of the Board Rajat Kumar Gupta Private
Sector Constituency Senior Partner Worldwide of
McKinsey Company (He also holds numerous other
Board appointments)
Vice-Chair of the Board Elizabeth Mataka
Developing Country NGO Constituency Executive
Director of the Zambia National AIDS Network
9
Priorities for the Board
  • National Strategy Applications
  • Review of the Global Fund Architecture
  • Follow-up to TERG 5-Year Evaluation
  • Resource mobilization to meet demand
  • Scaling up a Gender Sensitive Response
  • Health systems strengthening
  • Affordable Medicines Facility-malaria
  • CCM Funding
  • Election of New Chair and Vice-Chair of the Board

10
Governance and Constituency Processes
  • The Board its Constituencies, Leadership and
    Priorities for 2008 2009
  • Committees of the Board
  • Experiences from the Western and Central Africa
    Constituency
  • Experiences from the Developed Country NGO
    Constituency
  • Secretariat Support to Constituency Processes

11
Committees of the Board
12
Overview of Committee Terms of Reference
  • Policy and Strategy Committee (PSC)
  • Advises Board on the Global Fund's overall
    strategy and architecture
  • Lead committee for reviewing the overall
    performance of the Global Fund (evaluation)
  • Advises the Board on matters relating to
    Governance, including Governance structures
    Board, Committees, Partnership Forum, etc
  • Lead Committee to liaise with Technical
    Evaluation Reference Group (TERG)

13
Overview of Committee Terms of Reference
  • Portfolio Committee (PC)
  • Advises Board on issues relating to the Global
    Funds portfolio of grants
  • Lead committee in liaison with the Technical
    Review Panel (TRP) and Local Fund Agents (LFA)
  • Lead Committee on
  • Guidelines for Grant Proposals
  • Procurement
  • Phase 2
  • Rolling Continuation Channel

14
Overview of Committee Terms of Reference
  • Finance and Audit Committee (FAC)
  • Advises the Board on all issues relating to
    Global Fund finance and audit
  • Makes recommendations to the Board on the annual
    Secretariat budget and reviews annual financial
    reporting
  • Lead committee on
  • Liaison with the Office of the Inspector General
  • Liaison with internal and external audit
  • Replenishment and Resource Mobilization

15
Overview of Committee Terms of Reference
  • Ethics Committee (EC)
  • Oversees the implementation of the Global Funds
    Ethics and Conflict of Interest policy
  • Provides advice to staff and stakeholders on the
    Conflicts of Interest Policy
  • Develops and reviews whistle-blowing procedures
  • Brings any necessary conflict issues to the Board
    for attention

16
Committee Membership
  • All constituencies on the Policy and Strategy
    Committee
  • Each constituency has one seat on either the
    Portfolio Committee or the Finance and Audit
    Committee
  • Ethics Committee and ad hoc committees outside
    these membership rules
  • Preferably Board Members or Alternates on
    Committees
  • Important to have relevant experience to sit on
    Committee

17
Committee Leadership
  • As with the Board, leadership of the Board
    Committees changed following the Fifteenth Board
    Meeting in April 2007
  • New Chairs and Vice-Chairs will serve from April
    2007 May 2009
  • In keeping with the principle of balance,
    Committee leadership is divided between the Donor
    and Implementing Constituencies

18
Committee Leadership
Policy and Strategy Committee Chair Mr.
Lennarth Hjelmåker Point Seven Constituency Vice-
Chair Dr Paulo Teixeira Latin America and the
Caribbean Constituency
Portfolio Committee Chair K Sujatha Rao South
East Asia Constituency Vice-Chair Dr Joseph
André Tiendrebeogo West and Central Africa
Constituency
19
Committee Leadership
Finance and Audit Committee Chair Ambassador
Mark Dybul USA Constituency Vice-Chair
Ambassador Louis-Charles Viossat France/Spain
Constituency
Ethics Committee Chair Professor Sheila Dinoshe
Tlou Eastern and Southern Africa
Constituency Vice-Chair Dr Jacob Gayle
Private Foundations Constituency
20
Governance and Constituency Processes
  • Questions

21
Constituency Experiences
  • Jacqueline Wittebrood
  • Communications Focal Point, Developed Country
  • NGO Constituency
  • Joseph Andre Tiendrebeogo
  • Communications Focal Point, WCA Constituency

22
Governance and Constituency Processes
  • The Board its Constituencies, Leadership and
    Priorities for 2008 2009
  • Committees of the Board
  • Experiences from the Western and Central Africa
    Constituency
  • Experiences from the Developed Country NGO
    Constituency
  • Secretariat Support to Constituency Processes

23
Secretariat Support to Constituency Processes
  • Whilst it is crucial that constituencies are
    autonomous and self-governing
  • Guidelines on Constituency Processes approved at
    Sixteenth Board meeting
  • These aim to offer some guidelines
  • and principles on constituency
  • processes

24
Constituency Guidelines
  • Guidelines Include
  • Information on the role a Board Member, Alternate
    Board Member and Focal Point should fulfill
  • Suggested key competencies for Board Members,
    Alternate Board Members and
  • Focal Points

25
Constituency Guidelines
  • Information on the rotation of Board Members with
    suggested models

26
Constituency Guidelines
  • The guidelines also include
  • Guidance on the composition of constituency
    delegations and the development of constituency
    positions
  • Advice on communication within constituencies
  • Constituency preparation for Board
  • Meetings

27
Secretariat Support to Constituency Processes
  • Along with the Constituency Guidelines the Board
    also approved a number of work streams to further
    support the functioning of Constituencies.
  • These measures are detailed in the one page pull
    outs at the back of the document

28
Secretariat Support to Constituency Processes
  • Extra support includes
  • Establishment of contact database for use of
    constituency Focal Point
  • Provision of Pre-Board Delegation Conference
    Calls
  • Organization of Pre-Board Delegation
    Consultations
  • SharePoint site for Board Members, Alternates and
    Focal Points information sharing

29
Secretariat Support to Constituency Processes
  • Should you require any further information on
    these initiatives do not hesitate to contact me
  • Luke Aspinall
  • Board Relations
  • Tel 41 (0)5 87 911 090
  • luke.aspinall_at_theglobalfund.org

30
Governance and Constituency Processes
  • Questions and discussion

31
Areas for discussion
  • Should the Global Fund be funding a full-time
    Communications Focal Point for each implementing
    constituency.
  • - If so what model should this follow
  • How aggressive should the Global Fund be in
    shaping the leadership of Board constituencies.
  • Would funding more people to attend Board
    Meetings lead to a fuller input from the
    implementing block
  • What else can be done to increase engagement in
    Board Constituencies.
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