Take part in a Global Fund survey: Satisfaction of Communities with Engagement in Global Fund Grant Making Process

Help the Global Fund understand how satisfied communities have been with the grant making process (for countries that submitted in W1-3)

The Key Performance Indicator (KPI) C1 survey dedicated to measuring satisfaction of communities with engagement in the grant making process is now live! The KPI C1 marks a significant step in Global Fund’s commitment to prioritize community leadership in addressing HIV, TB, and malaria. This indicator aims to measure community satisfaction throughout the grant cycle, emphasizing the voices of those most affected by these diseases.

To measure this, the Global Fund has launched the newly developed Community Engagement Satisfaction Survey, designed to comprehensively measure satisfaction across three key grant stages, aligning with Global Fund’s commitment to promoting and enhancing inclusive and sustained community involvement. Please note that this survey is to measure the second stage: the Grant Making stage. (Further surveys for W4 & W5 will be launched later this year).

What can you do?

The Global Fund needs your support to gather data it can measure; here’s how you can make an impact:

  1. Participate in the Survey, it takes 10 minutes, here: https://forms.office.com/r/aMKNMLd7f8

Your insights and feedback on community engagement during grant development are invaluable. The survey, available in Arabic, English, French, Portuguese, Spanish, and Russian, is open until midnight CET 16 June 2024. Your participation will shape actionable insights for progress.

  1. Spread the Word

Help extend the reach of this survey by sharing with communities around you affected by HIV, TB, and malaria. Your effort in amplifying awareness will ensure maximum reach and as such, a comprehensive and representative response. You can share this letter, the link, or this handy QR code:

I have a question, who can I contact?

You can email at info.CRGsurveys@theglobalfund.org or check out FAQs, it will be updated periodically.

What is KPI C1?

The Global Fund’s new strategy aims to prioritize community engagement and leadership for those most affected by HIV, TB, and malaria. In recognition of the criticality of this, the Board approved the development of the first ever Key Performance Indicator (KPI) which would measure the level of sustained community engagement across the Global Fund grant cycle: KPI C1 will measure the ‘satisfaction’ of communities with engagement across the grant cycle using an annual survey based around the minimum expectations for community engagement namely:

  1. Funding Request and Allocation Letter:  A transparent and inclusive consultation process with populations most impacted by HIV, TB and malaria (across Gender and Age) during FR development resulting in an Annex of Funding Priorities of Civil Society and Communities Most Affected by HTM as an output;
  2. Grant Making: Community and civil society representatives on the CCM have timely access to information on status of grant negotiations and changes to the grant to support their involvement in oversight; and
  3. Grant Implementation:  Community and civil society representatives on the CCM have timely access to information on program implementation.

KPI C1 responds to multiple assessments which have shown that community engagement across the full grant life cycle remains variable with weaknesses more pronounced during grant making & implementation oversight as well as the historic under-representation of communities most affected by HIV, TB and malaria in Global Fund processes, and to track the progress being made in this area.

How long do I have to complete it?

The survey closes 16 June 2024 at midnight CET. Until then you can complete the survey and share this email and the link (https://forms.office.com/r/aMKNMLd7f8) to those around you engaged in the grant cycle.

Thank you for your commitment and your involvement in the first KPI C1 community engagement survey, we look forward to hearing from you!