This report covers feedback received from the online survey and eForum discussions. Part I of this document presents selected findings from the eForum discussions that took place in English, Russian, Spanish and French with over 3390 participants. A Chinese language discussion is also underway, and the results will be included in the final report. During a six week period over 575 comments were posted on the eForums in four different languages (407 in English, 26 in Russian, 121 in Spanish and 21 in French) from more than 79 countries from every region of the World.
Part II of this document provides analysis of the results from the online survey. 1279 people responded from 174 countries, 1039 in English, 109 in Spanish, 39 in French and 92 in Russian. They survey consisted of 41 questions and was designed to cover the main consultation themes. Access the reports below.
As part of the 2011 Partnership Forum consultations, a team of Key Correspondents (KCs) conducted interviews with Global Fund stakeholders in Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe and the Caribbean during April and May 2011, seeking their views on the Global Fund's work in their region. From these interviews the KC's wrote in-depth feature articles and produced video articles focusing on one or more of five thematic areas in relation to HIV, TB and malaria responses.
This document is a compilation of some of their articles, selected to best illustrate the themes of the Partnership Forum. Even a cursory glance confirms that whilst the Global Fund is undoubtedly a force for good, their are multiple challenges that can diminish the Global Fund's effectiveness.