Interim Principal Recipient of 3 grants:
- HIV/AIDS (AFG-H-UNDP). 1 January 2021 – 31 December 2023. US$9.9 million
- Malaria (AFG-M-UNDP). 1 January 2021 – 31 December 2023. US$20 million
- TB (AFG-T-UNDP). 1 January 2021 – 31 December 2023. US$18.1 million
Key elements of the Sustainable Transition Plan 2021-2023
- Functional review of institutional arrangements to improve governance and clarify roles and responsibilities, to strengthen the systems of the National Programmes, MoPH directorates and units, to better coordinate the Global Fund grants and improve performance.
- Functional capacities training and coaching on financial management, procurement and supply chain management and monitoring and evaluation.
- Carry out review and revision the Operation Manual and Financial Manual based on national and Global Fund processes and requirements.
- Strengthening provincial systems for health where significant implementation and service delivery takes place.
- Strengthening civil society organizations working with vulnerable populations to enable them to scale up services.
- Sustainable transition continuum allowing MoPH and stakeholders to consider what the current arrangements are for the different functions and what will be needed in future.
- Contribute to managing the impact of COVID-19 on HIV, TB, malaria programmes.
Civil Society Organizations Capacity Development Plan 2021-23
- Outlines key areas to strengthen CSOs working within the national disease programs and with key and vulnerable populations.
- Key focus areas to develop CSO capacities include: networks and volunteer management, financial management and reporting and supporting vulnerable groups’ access to services.
- One of the aims is for a number of CSOs to have the capacity to be Sub-Sub Recipients (SSRs) or Sub-Recipients (SRs), of Global Fund grants, as well as carrying out similar roles with other development partners.