CCM Scorecard & Country CCM Shadow Reports 2016-2017
The CCM Scorecard and Country CCM Shadow Reports is a nine country study that saw communities and civil society watchdogs evaluate the CCMs against the Global Fund's own Eligibility Performance Assessment, and research for themselves how their CCMs are performing, as a means to improve accountability.
xAAI & Partners CCM Scorecard Report Final AAI & Partners CCM Scorecard Visual Final
xAAI Ghana Shadow Report Final 2017
xAAI Kenya Shadow Report Final 2017
xAAI Malawi Shadow Report Final 2017
xAAI Nigeria Shadow Report Final 2017
xAAI Rwanda Shadow Report Final 2017
xAAI Swaziland Shadow Report Final 2017
xAAI Tanzania Shadow Report Final 2017
xAAI Uganda Shadow Report Final 2017
xAAI Zambia Shadow Report Final 2017
xEffective Country Coordinating Mechanisms (CCMs) are a vital part of the Global Fund architecture at country level. CCMs are responsible for submitting requests for funding and for providing oversite during implementation. With the introduction of the Global Fund’s New Funding Model (NFM) in March 2014, CCMs play an even more important central role, convene stakeholders to engage meaningfully in inclusive country dialogue, agree on funding split, and participate in the development of National Strategic Plan (NSP) discussions for the three diseases at country level. With the enhanced responsibility, the NFM also introduced more rigorous CCM assessment processes. Previously, CCMs submitted a self-assessment attached to their proposal. Now, CCM assessments are conducted by an external evaluator – either the International HIV/AIDS Alliance or Grant Management Solutions. Further, CCMs are also mandated to have a performance improvement plan to accompany their assessment, ensuring that areas of weakness are addressed in an open and transparent manner.
xDespite the importance of CCMs in Global Fund decision-making at country level, studies have flagged issues with CCM membership balance, poor representation and limited constituency feedback., Further, the recent audit report from the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) found several persistent shortcomings with CCM performance:
- 10% of the 50 countries reviewed did not have the required oversight committee;
- more than half of the countries did not have specific information on roles, timelines, and budget in their oversight plans, or they had oversight plans that were outdated;
- 62% of the CCMs were non-compliant with the requirement of seeking feedback from non-CCM members and from people living with and/or affected with the disease;
- more than half of the 45 CCMs that have oversight bodies did not adequately discuss challenges with the PRs to identify problems and explore solutions;
- 58% of the CCMs had not shared oversight reports with country stakeholders and The Global Fund Secretariat in the previous six months; and
- 26% did not share the oversight reports with relevant stakeholders in a timely manner that could have ensured well-timed remedial action.