Yes - we will share this recording
Thank you for the commitment
Thanks Ben, the overview report is on the site in the background docs. The actual country reports we want to respect are owned by the countries that wrote them.
If existing programmes are in place, that this funding could continue/amplify, that is fine. It will be necessary to demonstrate that this funding would still meet the requirements though, for instance national priorities
A number of people have asked if the CCA reports are available. Yes, the overview report is on the site in the background docs. The actual country reports we want to respect are owned by the countries that wrote them.
Super, thank you
This is a one off opportunity, but we hope to feed the findings into the funder, for future thinking, and to the Global partnership on AT. AT scale.
We have deliberately not specified which Ministry, it is up to you to define the relevant agency as they differ in each country. If we receive ‘rival’ bids from ministries (eg health and welfare) which are of equal quality, we will seek ‘adjudication’ input from a ‘neutral’ agency, as advised by the DFID local team
The match-funding target is 50% of grant value, so for example a £100k grant would equate to a £50k match-funding expectations.
They have been led by Ministries of Health, without exception ( I stand to be corrected)
I’m afraid we need to keep discussion open and fair
Heres the link to the website with further details https://at2030.org/countryinvestmentfund/
where does innovation come in? Delivering something that is already in place may not be successful, right?
Innovation is a broad definition - policy programme or practice - and should be demonstrable in the application.