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Date: June 2019 | Client: Global Fund | Sector: Global health | Universal health coverage | Expertise: Health economics & evaluation
Evaluation of cooperation agreements between health organisations
The Global Fund commissioned CEPA to conduct an evaluation of its Cooperation Agreements with WHO and the Stop TB Partnership on the provision of technical assistance to support the development of country concept notes and grant-making. The aim of thematic review was to assess the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, impact and sustainability of the Cooperation Agreements, and to capture lessons learned and develop recommendations to improve technical assistance provision in the future. CEPA undertook extensive desk-based research, key informant interviews, nine country case-studies (which included field visits to Ghana, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Viet Nam and Laos PDR) and quantitative analysis. Our findings and recommendations were presented to the Global Fund Technical Evaluation Reference Group (TERG) in order to feed in to their position paper to the Board.
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