What is the CCM?

At the country level, the South Africa Country Coordination Mechanism (CCM) is a partnership composed of all key stakeholders in the country’s response to HIV and Tuberculosis. The CCM does not handle GF financing itself, but is responsible for submitting proposals to the GF based on priority needs at the national level, and nominating the entities accountable for the PRs. After grant approval, the CCM oversees progress during implementation.

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CCM Announcements

Participate: Global Fund Grant Cycle 7 Consultation

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In December 2022, the Global Fund allocated South Africa an additional $536,040,497 (R8 billion) for HIV and TB programs to be implemented from April 2025 to March 2028. To access this funding, the South African Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) is developing a funding request to the Global Fund, due on 09 September 2024. It is important that the funding request be strategically focused and technically sound. It must be aligned to the National Strategic Plan on HIV, TB and STIs, and reflect the issues and priorities of South Africans in their diversity. This survey invites you to engage in shaping the broad funding priorities, which will inform more in-depth discussions at constituency consultations in Feb-March. The survey should take about 20-25 minutes to complete. The deadline to complete the survey is 31 March 2024.

Participate: Global Fund Grant Cycle 7 consultation

The CCM deeply appreciates and greatly values your contributions to this national initiative of ending HIV and TB

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Announcement of SA Global Fund Principal Recipients to implement the 2019-2022 grant

On 9 October 2018, the South Africa Global Fund Country Coordinating Mechanism (SA GF CCM) endorsed Principal Recipients (PRs) to implement the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria request for funding that will cover the April 2019 – March 2022 period.

The Principal Recipients (PRs) are:

For HIV, the request focuses on delivering comprehensive and integrated service packages for key and vulnerable populations, including adolescent girls and young women, sex workers, men who have sex with men, transgender people and people who inject drugs. For TB, the investment is geared towards finding the missing people with TB, supporting the National Department of Health’s quality improvement plan. To ensure that these disease programs are implemented effectively and efficiently, supporting investments are requested to remove gender- and human rights-related barriers to access, and strengthen the country’s procurement and supply chain, health information systems, and community-led responses.

The investment is expected to contribute towards the achievement of targets in South Africa’s National Strategic Plan for HIV, TB and STIs 2017-2022.

Request for Proposals (RFPs)

CFP-05-JPR1-07-2022

AFSA, Beyond Zero and NACOSA (the three Principal Recipients of a Global Fund HIV grant in South Africa) seek to appoint a service provider(s) to procure, warehouse and deliver health products to their sub-recipient sites.

For full details and how to apply read the TERMS OF REFERENCE >

Deadline for submission of bids is 13h00 on Thursday, 2 AUGUST 2022

QUESTIONS
Questions about this call for proposals may be submitted by email up to 20 July 2022 at 13h00. Please direct questions/queries in writing (only) to queries@nacosa.org.za with the subject line “CFP-05-JPR1-07-2022 – Bid Query”.

DOCUMENTS
Terms of Reference
Appendix A: HP Volumes
Appendix B: Delivery Addresses
Appendix C: Application Template

People Who Use Drugs Programme: NACOSA is inviting interested non-profit organisations, experienced in working with people who use drugs, and with presence in the West Rand, Sedibeng (Gauteng) or uMgungundlovu (KwaZulu-Natal) districts to apply to be considered as a sub-recipient organisation on the Global Fund grant. The deadline for applications is Thursday, 17 March 2022 at 13:00. HOW TO APPLY click here for more information.

Global Fund PRs have started advertising for Sub-Recipients for their various programmes in preparation for implementation which will start on 1 April 2019 – 31 March 2022. All interested parties are urged to apply.

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CCM Structure

The GF CCM oversees grant implementation as mandated by GF requirements. Oversight entails a coordinated set of activities focused on gathering and analysing information, taking action, and communicating progress/bottlenecks. It addresses the ‘big picture’ of whether the grant is achieving its goals. It is designed to ensure:

  • grant activities are implemented as planned;
  • accountability of funds and value for money;
  • implementation issues and bottlenecks are identified and resolved; and
  • Support required by PRs is appropriately provided.

The Oversight Committee is responsible for providing oversight to existing Global Fund grants in South Africa in three key
areas:

  1. Financial – ensuring the appropriate, timely and effective use of Global Fund resources;
  2. Management – ensuring the timely and effective implementation of PR and SR workplans; and
  3. Programmatic – ensuring the achievement of intended results in both the short and intermediate term periods.

Ethics

An ethics sub-committee is appointed by the GF CCM to review all grievances relating to areas where a sanction may be necessary or clarity on any potential conflicts of interest. The members of this sub-committee will be chosen by the full GF CCM and report to the GF CCM chairperson and co-chairperson. The sub-committee meets between GF CCM meetings as needed.

In regard to conflicts of interest, the aim is to have a committee that will investigate grievances of this nature, and to enable members to clarify whether a conflict of interest exists in a particular situation or not. The committee will provide guidance on what action should be taken when conflicts of interest occur. The committee will also improve the knowledge, understanding and practise of managing conflicts of interest in the GF CCM and other structures.

 

SA Global Fund CCM Membership List

No.

Sector

CCM Position

Name

Surname

1.

SANAC

Main Member

Thembisile

Xulu

2.

CSF

Main Member

Nduku

Solly

3.

LGBTI

Main Member

Macmillan

Ngobeni

4.

Alternate

Anil

Padavantan

5.

CSF

Main Member

Sindisiwe

Shangase

6.

Alternate

Gape

Mojanaga

7.

CSF

Main Member

Lerato

Mofokeng

8.

Alternate

Beau

Nkaelang

9.

AYP representative

Main Member

Andy

Mulaudzi

10.

Alternate

Yvonne

Khumalo

11.

Sex Worker Sector Representative

Main Member

Katlego

Rasebitse

12.

Alternate

Kholi

Buthelezi

13.

People Living with HIV Sector Representatives

Main Member

Sibongile

Tshabalala

14.

Alternate

Rev. Sandile

Ngiba

15.

TB Sector Representative

Main Member

Charles

Maponya

16.

Alternate

David

Macana

17.

People who inject drugs / people who use drugs

Main Member

Andrew

Scheibe

18.

Alternate

Koketso

Makubane

19.

National Department of Health

Main Member

Dr Barry

Kistnasamy 

20.

Alternate

Donald

Demana

21.

Department of Social Development

Main Member

Nkere

Skosana

22.

Alternate Member

Ruth

Pooe

23.

Department of Basic Education

Main Member

Muzi

Ndlovu

24.

Alternate Member

Likho

Bottoman

25.

National Treasury

Main Member

Pebetse

Maleka

26.

Alternate

vacant

 

27.

PCA

Main Member

Vuyisa

Dayile

28.

Alternate Member

Nolundi

Mfecane

29.

Main Member

Constance

Raphahlelo

30.

Alternate Member

Gugu

Shabangu

31.

Main Member

Elphas

Nkosi

32.

Alternate Member

Margaret

Mokgothu

33.

Private Sector 

Main Member

Dr Khanyile

Baloyi

34.

Alternate

vacant

vacant

35.

UNAIDS

Main Member

Eva

Kiwango

36.

World Health Organisation

Alternate

Owen

Kaluwa

37.

USG

Main Member

Vincent

Zishiri

38.

Alternate Member

Masilo

Marumo

39.

European Union

Main Member

Thomas

Mourez

40.

Alternate Member

vacant

vacant