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Grant Management Solutions Procurement and Supply Management Tools and Templates

GMS Procurement and Supply Management tools and templates support Principal Recipients (PRs) in their management of medications and health supplies. The tools assist PRs to ensure proper forecasting, procurement, stock management, and distribution within Global Fund grants.

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Grant Management Solutions Governance Tools and Templates

These tools and templates were developed by GMS staff and consultants in working with the Country Coordinating Mechanisms (CCMs) and their secretariats around the world. They are meant to support the strategic and operational work of CCMs in their governance and oversight responsibilities.

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Grant Management Solutions Operational and Financial Management Tools and Templates

These tools were developed in collaboration with GMS clients—Principal Recipients (PRs) and Subrecipients (SRs)—and GMS technical managers and consultants. They are meant to provide support in strengthening management of administration, budget and finance, and contracting within and between the PRs and SRs.

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Grant Management Solutions Success Stories

In the course of almost 10 years of operation, GMS progressively refined its approach to organizing and implementing short-term technical supported, and has consequently identified the ingredients or best practices it considers to be essential to producing high-quality short-term technical support for grants from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global Fund). [more…]

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Minimum Standards for Mainstreaming Gender Equality

Addressing gender equality is key for successfully achieving sustainable development outcomes and creating a more equal world. Gender equality mainstreaming is the process or means by which unequal conditions are addressed to achieve the goal of gender equality. This means ensuring a gender lens is applied to all organizational and programmatic activities, including a focus on promoting gender equality and empowering women and girls.

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Making Sense of Challenges: Engaging Religious Leaders to End Child Marriage

Twelve million girls are married every year before they reach 18—affecting girls’ access to health, education, and other opportunities. It exposes girls to violence throughout their lives and traps them in a cycle of poverty. Girls Not Brides was joined by Dr. Elisabet le Roux from the Unit for Religion and Development Research at Stellenbosch [more…]

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Dreaming with Girls: How Aspirations Shape Contraceptive Use

Young people are critical drivers for sustainable change. Health and development organizations are increasingly partnering with adolescents to program around what matters to them today. Access to contraception alone simply is not enough. Tools and approaches that engage and respond to young people’s needs can bring young people one step closer to achieving their life [more…]

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Preventing Maternal Death in Latin America and the Caribbean: Perspectives from the Caribbean

Every year in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), more than 7,300 women die from complications related to pregnancy and childbirth. While there have been significant improvements in maternal health in the region, the large majority of these deaths are preventable. In 2003, the GTR (Regional Task Force for the Reduction of Maternal Mortality) led [more…]

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Panorama de la Situación de la Morbilidad y Mortalidad Maternas América Latina y el Caribe: Perspectivas de la Región

Cada año en América Latina y el Caribe (ALC), más de 7,300 mujeres mueren de las complicaciones relacionadas con el embarazo y el parto. Aun logros positivos en la salud materna en la región, la gran mayoría de estas muertes se pueden prevenir. En 2003, el GTR (Grupo de Trabajo Regional para la Reducción de [more…]

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Addressing the SRH Needs of Adolescents and Young People Living With HIV

Adolescents and young people living with HIV have particular sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and HIV needs, which are often not met when there is a vertical disease focused approach to healthcare delivery, rather than an integrated people-centred approach. Establishing strong links between the Ministries of Health and civil society organizations has shown that these [more…]

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