Global Fund Grant for HIV Programs in India (2024-27)

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The Global Fund has been supporting HIV, TB, and Malaria programs in India since 2002, with significant grant disbursements. Consultations and meetings have paved the way for allocating funds and determining priorities for the upcoming grant period. The allocation split between NACO and NGPR has been outlined, with specific NGOs identified for implementing HIV programs. The process involves stakeholder engagement, proposal discussions, and decision-making meetings to ensure effective utilization of grant funds.


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Global Fund Grant for HIV Programs in India (2024-27)

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  1. Details of Global Fund Grant for HIV (2024-27)

  2. Background The Global Fund has a sustained partnership with India since 2002, with $2.38 billion grant disbursed so far for HIV, TB and Malaria disease programmes. Department of Economics Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India (GOI) is the Government Principal Recipient with NACO being lead implementer for HIV. All grant agreements are signed between Global Fund and Principal Recipients.

  3. Community and Stakeholder Consultations - to discuss priority areas December 2022 - February 2023 9th Feb 2023 1st May 2023/ 10th May 2023 Meetings conducted by existing NGPR with partners and community to discuss priority areas 24th Jan 2023 1st Feb 2023 12 August 2023 Meeting with community representatives Larger stakeholder Consultation by India CCM Internal Meeting with NACO Divisions Meeting of NACO with all stakeholders Meeting with community representatives Consultations conducted by the community among themselves on 24th April 2023 and the Funding priorities were shared with NACO

  4. Consultative Meetings Consultative Meetings First DSTC meeting : Discussion on HIV Priority Areas 15th March Second DSTC Discussion on Funding Priorities of Civil Society and Communities Most affected by HIV, TB and Malaria Discussion on timelines indicated by CCM post 87thIndia CCM Meeting Discussed Priorities, Activities and Modalities under NACO and The First draft of the Proposal (for NACO activities) shared. 18th April Third DSTC Draft proposals of NGPRs shared with DSTC Discussion on the priorities, activities and modalities of Non Government PRs 16th / 17th May 88th ICCM meeting Concurrence of HIV GF Proposal Meeting with HFM directions to review the proposal and conduct new EoI for NGPR 25th May -30th May Communication of recommendation of screening committee on NGPRs for the GF Grant 2024-27 11 August Fourth DSTC Discussion on the proposal to be submitted in the 89thICCM meeting 13 August

  5. NACO & NGPR allocation Grant 2021-24 (USD 155m) Rs. 1144.95 cr Grant 2024-27 (USD 155m) Rs. 1251.49 crores NGPR NGPR 35% 35% NACO NACO 65% 65% NACO NGPR NACO NGPR USD 100 m (Rs. 738.68 cr) USD 55 m (Rs. 406.27 cr) USD 100.29 m (Rs. 809.75 cr) USD 54.71 m (Rs. 441.73 cr)

  6. Non-Government Principal recipient for HIV for GF Grant 2024-27 The NGPR recommended by Screening Committee GF Grant 2021-24 NGPRs 1. India HIV AIDS Alliance (IHAA) 2. HLFPPT 1. Plan India Selected 3. SAATHII 2. India HIV AIDS Alliance (IHAA) (HIV) 4. Plan India 5. IHAT 3. SAATHII 6. TCIF 7. YRGCARE 8. William J Clinton Foundation WJCF 9. UNION 10. FIND *Mid term evaluation of NGPR will be conducted and performance based continuation is introduced in this grant

  7. HIV Grant Proposed Allocation (2024-27) HIV GF Grant 2024-27 = 155 USDm HIV Grant: Govt. - Non-Govt PR Government PR: NACO *Non Government PR ($ 100.29 m /Rs. 809.75 cr.) ($ 54.71 m/ Rs. 441.73 Cr.) 35% PR-1: Alliance India PR-2: HLFPPT 65% PR-3: SAATHII PR-4: Plan India NGPR NACO *Mid term evaluation of NGPR will be conducted and performance based continuation is introduced in this grant

  8. NGPR allocation GF Grant 2021-24 (mUSD) GF Grant 2024-27 (mUSD) Plan India 6.034 11% SAATHII 12.2 22% Alliance India 16.272 30% Alliance India 23.2 42% Alliance India Alliance India HLFPPT SAATHII 16.786 31% Plan India SAATHII SAATHII Plan India Plan India 19.6 36% HLFPPT 15.62 28%

  9. Comparative statement ( Global Fund grants) 1/2 NACO Grant 21-24 mUSD Remarks 41.29 TLD Viral load testing through private provider and public VL labs 3.50 Components Grant 24-27 mUSD Remarks ARV Viral Load kits, strengthening Lab component & STI Surveillance Ice Line refrigerator One third of the total requirement through Public sector 29.56 20.19 90 mobile vans and 292 bikes proposed (On hiring model) Proposed for 3 years Proposed for 3 years Proposed for 1.5 years Mobile Services delivery 2.69 86 mobile vans provisioned 4.52 Dual Kit WBFPT Condoms Research Sampoorna Suraksha Kendra IEC at state level Capacity Building & Mentoring support NACP and TI/LWS evaluation Community System Strengthening; Communication; IT enabled virtual strategy Third Party logistics Total 5.21 1.79 - 2.80 2.52 1.20 Provisioned only for one year Provisioned only for one year 11.68 3.67 12.54 150 SSK Provisioned only for one year 21.32 150 existing; 339 new SSK 4.00 Provisioned only for one year 9.41 3.48 3.81 To support & strengthen existing interventions of NACP 2.66 6.24 6.91 100.29 100

  10. Non-Government PRs GF Grant 2021-24 GF Grant 2024-27 Component Remarks Care, Support Centres(CSC) Continued and intensified EMTCT Prison intervention Continued and intensified Community System Strengthening Continued and intensified Continued and partially transition to Government Grant Virtual Intervention 55 54.71 One Stop Centres Continued Kshamta Kendra- Training co ordination Continued Red Ribbon Bus New activity Third party logistics Transition to Government Grant

  11. HIV Non- Government PRs budget details Alliance HLFPPT SAATHII Plan India Sr .No Component wise Total mUSD NGPR-1 NGPR-2 NGPR-3 NGPR-4 1 310 Care and Support Centres 2.0 13.345 11.069 11.900 - 36.31 2 Communication - Red Ribbon Bus (RRB) 0.334 0.717 0.553 - 1.60 3 Community systems strengthening (CSS) 0.500 0.804 0.603 - 1.91 4 Prison & OCS Intervention 1.493 3.030 2.260 - 6.78 Improving capacities and reaching the unreached through Virtual Intervention 5 0.6 - - 0.6 6 Kshamta Kendra 1.47 1.47 7 One Stop Centres - - - 6.034 6.034 Total USD (M) 16.272 15.620 16.786 6.034 54.71

  12. Thank You!

  13. NACO : Disbursement Linked Indicators for Payment for Results DLI 1: Percentage of people living with HIV who know their HIV status at the end of the reporting period DLI 2: Percentage of people living with HIV and on ART who are virologically suppressed DLI 3: Proportion of Sampoorna Suraksha Kendra operational against planned DLI 4: Total No. new clients registered at Sampoorna Suraksha Kendra

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