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  • Dr. Bobby John
    The India Country Coordinating Mechanism for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria has a new website. It can be accessed at www.indiaccm.org. Following
    Message 1 of 3 , May 29, 2006
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      The India Country Coordinating Mechanism for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS,
      TB and Malaria has a new website. It can be accessed at www.indiaccm.org.

      Following the announcement of the 6th call for proposals by the Global Fund
      at its last board meeting in April, the India CCM is soliciting proposals
      from all constituencies to be considered for inclusion into the country
      coordinated proposal that India will submit.

      Details on the current proposal process and application formats are all
      available at the www.indiaccm.org website.

      THE LAST DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS TO THE INDIA CCM IS 30th JUNE,
      2006.

      PROPOSALS CAN BE SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY IN THE PRESCRIBED FORMAT TO THE
      FOLLOWING EMAIL ID: round6@....

      For any queries regarding the Round 6 process, please write to
      admin@...

      PLEASE PASS THIS INFORMATION TO YOUR COLLEAGUES IN THE TB AND MALARIA
      SECTORS.

      With best wishes,

      Dr. Bobby John

      Executive Director, Center for Sustainable Health & Development
      Principal Partner, Global Health Advocates
    • Ashok Rau
      Concept Note on inputs to HIV Component of GFATM Round-6 Proposal After successfully managing two phases of the National AIDS Control Programme, India is in
      Message 2 of 3 , Jun 2, 2006
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        Concept Note on inputs to HIV Component of GFATM Round-6 Proposal

         

                    After successfully managing two phases of the National AIDS Control Programme, India is in the process of developing the Implementation Plan of the Third National AIDS Control Programme [NACP III] (2006-2011). The overall goal of NACP III is to halt and reverse the epidemic in India over the next 5 years by integrating programmes for prevention, care, support and treatment. This will be achieved through four strategic objectives namely:

         

        1.      Prevention of new infections in high risk groups and general population through:

        a)      Saturation of coverage of high risk groups with targeted interventions (TIs)

        b)      Scaled up interventions in the general population

        2.      Increasing the proportion of people living with HIV/AIDS who receive care, support and treatment.

        3.      Strengthening the infrastructure, systems and human resources in prevention and treatment programmes at the district, state and national levels.

        4.      Strengthening a nation-wide strategic information management system.

         

                    NACP III will provide a range of preventive services i.e. behaviour change communication, treatment of STIs, condom promotion, Integrated Counselling and Testing, PPTCT, supply of safe blood and infection control. The focus of NACP II was on prevention along with low cost treatment for Opportunistic Infections. It was only in 2005 that the government initiated the provision of ART. While the emphasis on prevention will be retained, NACP III will also lay stress on care, support and treatment services integrated with prevention. This will include management of opportunistic infections; control of Tuberculosis in PLHA; clinical diagnosis, ART, community outreach for treatment adherence and psycho social support; safety measures; positive prevention; impact mitigation programmes; and establishment and support of Community Care Centres etc. ART is now made available in 71 centres and it is proposed to scale them up. 37686 persons have been placed on ART as on 31st March 2006.

         

                    The India � Country Coordinating Mechanism (India-CCM) for the GFATM at its last meeting on 11th May 2006, has resolved to focus the entire Round-6 proposal on care, support and treatment. The strategies to be adopted in the proposal will be in line with the framework developed for NACP III. The strategies will include:

         

        1. Prophylaxis and management of opportunistic infections
        2. Prevention of Parent to Child transmission
        3. Anti- Retroviral Therapy
        4. Diagnostics and resistance monitoring including supply and maintenance of CD4 and PCR machines
        5. Paediatric Anti-retroviral therapy
        6. Community outreach for treatment literacy and adherence
        7. Establishment and support of Community Care Centres
        8. Support and training to PLHA
        9. Palliative care
        10. Impact mitigation

         

                    The institutional arrangements, capacity strengthening, technical support and monitoring and evaluation systems will be configured to support these interventions.

         

                    These interventions will be delivered in collaboration with private sector, academic/research/training institutions, civil society organisations (CSO), and PLHA networks. NACP III envisages contracting to private providers and civil society organisations in the provision of services through public-private partnership.

         

                    Appropriate financing mechanisms such as voucher scheme implemented in Gujarat under RCH programme will be developed. Under NACP III 500 Community Care Centres are proposed to be set up. These will be managed by CSOs.

                   

                    Innovative mechanisms for treatment monitoring, community based approaches for care and support, models for successful integration of prevention in care and support, models for impact mitigation are some of the other areas where proposals from the private sector and civil society organisations will be welcome.

         

        Potential areas of collaboration in which proposals are invited for GFATM support are highlighted below:

         

         

        Component

        Private Sector

        Civil Society Organizations*

        PLHA Network

        Academic/ Research/

        Training

        Institutions

        1

        Prophylaxis and management of opportunistic infections

               

         

         

               

        2

        Prevention of Parent to child transmission

               

               

         

         

        3

        Anti- Retroviral Therapy

               

         

         

               

        4

        Diagnostics and resistance monitoring

               

         

         

               

        5

        Paediatric Anti-retroviral therapy

               

         

         

               

        6

        Community outreach for treatment literacy and adherence

         

               

               

         

        7

        Community Care Centres

         

               

               

         

        8

        Support and training to PLHA

         

               

               

               

        9

        Palliative care

         

               

               

               

        10

        Impact mitigation

         

               

               

         

        11

        Capacity Strengthening

               

               

               

               

        13

        Technical support

      • Ashok Rau
        Application Format for GFATM – Round 6 – HIV/AIDS Component 1. Name(s) of the Organization(s) : [Indicate the principal and the sub recipients] 2. Contact
        Message 3 of 3 , Jun 2, 2006
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          Application Format for GFATM � Round 6 � HIV/AIDS Component

           

           

          1.           Name(s) of the Organization(s) : [Indicate the principal and the sub recipients]

           

           

          2.           Contact Person(s) :

           

           

          3.           Address(es) :

           

           

          4.           Email(s) :

           

           

          5.           Phone(s) � Mobile(s) � Fax(es) :

           

           

          6.           Infrastructure of the organization(s) - Built/ Mobility assets, Human resources [In tabular format for each organization]

           

           

          7.           Financial turnover of the organization(s) and proportion for HIV/AIDS related activities [In tabular format for each organization for the last three years]

           

           

          8.           Experience in HIV/AIDS related services (Please list under categories such as Prevention, Control, Care, Support, Treatment, Training, Advocacy, Research etc of each organization) [Not more than100 words]

           

           

          9.           Previous track record with key achievements for each organization [Not more than100 words]

           


           

          10.       Project Description (Activities proposed under the project)

           

          (a)      Problem Statement

          (b)     Overall Goal

          (c)     Key Objectives

          (d)     Activities with timelines

          (e)      Implementation Strategies (including partnerships, coordination & performance monitoring)

          (f)      Target Groups (description & numbers)

          (g)     Expected Outputs (qualitative & quantitative indicators)

          (h)     Expected Outcomes (qualitative & quantitative indicators)

           

           

          11.       Any incentives proposed in the proposal over and above NACO/SACS norms (Justify)

           

           

          12.       Organizational Infrastructure and Human Resources committed to the proposed project by each organization [In tabular format]

           

           

          13.   Additional Infrastructure and Human Resources required for the project by each organization [In tabular format]

           

           

          14.   Proposed Budget with breakdown by expense category and organization (in Indian Rupees)

           

           

          15.   Recommendation of SACS(s) that the activities proposed in the project is a significant value addition to the NACP in the state(s)






            Dr.Ashok Rau
           Executive Trustee/CEO
           Freedom Foundation-India,
          (Centers of Excellence- Substance Abuse & HIV/AIDS)
          Senior Research Fellow, The Terry Sanford Institute of Public Health, Duke University (USA)
          Visiting Faculty, Yale University (USA)
          Phone (O) +91 80 25440134, 25449766,
          Fax (O) +91 80 25440134
           

          From: "Dr. Bobby John" <bj@...>
          Reply-To: arkitectindia@yahoogroups.com
          To: <arkitectindia@yahoogroups.com>
          Subject: [arkitectindia] India CCM Website and Call for proposals for round 6
          Date: Tue, 30 May 2006 07:06:33 +0530

          The India Country Coordinating Mechanism for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS,
          TB and Malaria has a new website. It can be accessed at www.indiaccm.org.

          Following the announcement of the 6th call for proposals by the Global Fund
          at its last board meeting in April, the India CCM is soliciting proposals
          from all constituencies to be considered for inclusion into the country
          coordinated proposal that India will submit.

          Details on the current proposal process and application formats are all
          available at the www.indiaccm.org website.

          THE LAST DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS TO THE INDIA CCM IS 30th JUNE,
          2006.

          PROPOSALS CAN BE SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY IN THE PRESCRIBED FORMAT TO THE
          FOLLOWING EMAIL ID: round6@....

          For any queries regarding the Round 6 process, please write to
          admin@...

          PLEASE PASS THIS INFORMATION TO YOUR COLLEAGUES IN THE TB AND MALARIA
          SECTORS.

          With best wishes,

          Dr. Bobby John

          Executive Director, Center for Sustainable Health & Development
          Principal Partner, Global Health Advocates





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