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  1. WELCOME South and West Asia Regional Meeting ON Private Sector Partnerships In the fight against HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria

  2. India Country Coordinating Mechanism Of The GFATM

  3. India-CCM Composition

  4. Private Sector in the India-CCM • Private Foundation Population Foundation of India • Business Association Selection Ongoing • Association of Medical Professionals Indian Public Health Association • Clearly defined sub components • Representatives selected by own constituency with pre determined eligibility criteria

  5. People living with the disease Self helpgroups Public Benefit NGOs Multi-Stakeholder CCM Composition Gender rights organizations Trade unions Multi-stakeholder CCM Community based organizations Vulnerable groups Private Sector WHO 2006

  6. Global Fund to fight AIDS, TB & Malaria - GFATM US$ 9.9 billion signed, through 450 grants in 136 countries Global • 1.1 million people on ARV • 2.8 million people on DOTS • 30 LLINs distributed India • 65,000 on ARV • 821,024 treated with DOTS • 2 million ITNs distributed

  7. GFATM Grants in India • Life Time Grants to India – US$ 747 million • Number of Grants in the Country – 12 • Number of Principal Recipients – 5 • National AIDS Control Organization (Govt.) • Population Foundation of India (PFI) (Pvt. Fdn.) • India HIV/AIDS Alliance (NGO) • Central Tuberculosis Division (Govt.) • National Vector Borne Disease Control Program (Govt.)

  8. Life Time Amount Approved (million) HIV/AIDS US$ 595 Approved US$ 223 TB US$ 88 Approved US$ 72 Malaria US$ 63 Approved US$ 30 TOTAL US$ 747 TOTAL US$ 325 Amount Received (million) HIV/AIDS US$ 114 TB US$ 31 Malaria US$ 13 TOTAL US$ 159 GFATM Grants in India

  9. India CCM Website www.indiaccm.org

  10. Grants with Private Sector in India • Principal Recipient – Population Foundation of India • Public – NGO – Private sector Partnership PFI led consortium of NGO/private sector, working with the National Program • Approved Grants of US $ 48 million • Through 2 grants of HIV/AIDS – Rd 4 & 6 • Strengths: • Good coordination with National Program • Adherence to ‘Three Ones Principle’ • Performance Ratings by CCM/GFATM - good

  11. CCM - Mandate • Proposal Preparation: • Transparent inclusive process to develop, review, document and submit a CCP to the GFATM • Proposals may be for 3 diseases or Cross- Cutting or HSS • Oversight of the Programs • Oversee the implementation and Review periodic progress • Evaluation of the Programs • Evaluation of the Principal Recipients • Encourage PR to respond to the CCM • Submit Request for continued funding (performance based) • Approve major changes such as reprogramming

  12. Role of Private Sector in India-CCM • Advocacy – Enhance private sector participation in co- financing of grants • Proposal Development – Increased participation in development of Proposals – anticipated in Round 8 • Implementation – Through Public Private Partnerships – Ongoing through Round 4 and Round 6

  13. Challenges – Private Sector Involvement in CCM • Overall representation limited -6% • Large corporations and Fortune 1000 companies not a part of the CCM • Large unorganized private sector– lack of representation in the CCM • No work plan to mobilize this large sector for greater involvement in the CCM • Representatives in the CCM may lack capacity for coaching interested parties/organizations to participate in the CCM

  14. The Way Ahead….. • Need for effective representation of Private sector in the CCM • Need to provide Business approach and Management Principles to improve functioning of CCM • CCM must encourage Private sector partnering with Public sector in Implementation to ensure sustainability • Optimize the fund raising potential from individuals/organizations, within their constituency • ICCM Secretariat – Private sector can provide operational support to CCM Secretariat

  15. Thank You