Gouvernance et sida en Afrique : instruments de l’action publique internationale, l’exemple du Fonds mondial |

Publisher: Mondes en Développement, Vol.43-2015/2-n°170

This paper proposes a sociopolitical analysis of the Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) of the Global Fund against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM). It is based on the history of the Global Fund established in 2002 and the break which represents the emergence of the “New Funding Model” proposed by the Global Fund since 2014.

From a diachronic approach (the historicity of the institutional answer to the AIDS in Africa from the intervention of the Global Fund) and synchronic (the analysis of the elaboration of the Concept Notes from countries to obtain the financing of the Global Fund), this paper aims to show the global institutional matrix within which the public action is making in Africa.