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Partnering process: maintenance Elisabetta Minelli, Global Stop TB Partnership Kefas Samson, Stop TB Swaziland Subrat Mohanty, Partnership for Tuberculosis.

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Page 1: Partnering process: maintenance Elisabetta Minelli, Global Stop TB Partnership Kefas Samson, Stop TB Swaziland Subrat Mohanty, Partnership for Tuberculosis.

Partnering process: maintenance

Elisabetta Minelli, Global Stop TB PartnershipKefas Samson, Stop TB SwazilandSubrat Mohanty, Partnership for Tuberculosis Care and Control, IndiaWasiq Khan, EMRO Stop TB Partnership

www.stoptb.org/countries/partnerships/

Page 2: Partnering process: maintenance Elisabetta Minelli, Global Stop TB Partnership Kefas Samson, Stop TB Swaziland Subrat Mohanty, Partnership for Tuberculosis.

Building a vision(Needs, challenges,

resources, opportunities)Can obstacles be

addressed?

Identification and dialogue amongpotential partners

(motivation, commitment)

Mapping resources(identifying cash andnon-cash resources)

Partnershipmanagement

(core structure)

Preparing a planof activities with

roles and resources

Implementation(once resources are in

place to work onspecific deliverables)

Monitoring & evaluation

of effectiveness and impact - outputs and

outcomes

Reviewthe partnership

(process, outputs, outcomes).

Corrective actions

Institutionalization:building structures and

mechanisms to maintain commitment and ensure

continuity

Leadership

Roles

Mandates in specific areas

Agreement oncore principles,

goals and objectivesPartnering agreement

Process: 1 - Exploration 2 - Building 3 - Maintenance

Partnering process

EXPLORATORY WORKSHOP

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FORMAL LAUNCH

Page 3: Partnering process: maintenance Elisabetta Minelli, Global Stop TB Partnership Kefas Samson, Stop TB Swaziland Subrat Mohanty, Partnership for Tuberculosis.

Dimensions of the maintenance component

IMPLEMENTATION

MONITORING AND EVALUATION

REVIEWING

INSTITUTIONALIZING

Page 4: Partnering process: maintenance Elisabetta Minelli, Global Stop TB Partnership Kefas Samson, Stop TB Swaziland Subrat Mohanty, Partnership for Tuberculosis.

Implementation

• Partners implement the operational plan based on:− Agreed products and

activities− Each one's roles and

responsibilities

What are we doing?

Page 5: Partnering process: maintenance Elisabetta Minelli, Global Stop TB Partnership Kefas Samson, Stop TB Swaziland Subrat Mohanty, Partnership for Tuberculosis.

Monitoring and evaluation

• M&E part of the overall joint planning (operational plan according to NTP plan)

• Indicators appropriate to the activities

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Reviewing

What shall we fix in the partnership? Shall we take any corrective action?

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Reviewing

Positive outcome Negative outcome

Transition strategyExit strategy

Institutionalizing

See tool 7

Review− Review operational plan

− Review partnering agreement

− Review governance− Review the way

partners work together

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Institutionalizing

How can we guarantee the partnership will operate smoothly and effectively in

the long run?

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Structural issues

Partnership constituted as an independent legal entity in the form of a not-for-profit organization

WHO Country Office and the Ministry of Health/NTP may decide, if invited to do so, to serve as ex-officio members on the governing bodies

new mechanisms and organizational structures

Page 10: Partnering process: maintenance Elisabetta Minelli, Global Stop TB Partnership Kefas Samson, Stop TB Swaziland Subrat Mohanty, Partnership for Tuberculosis.

Resource mobilization

• in-kind or cash contributions from the partners;

• resource mobilization strategy at country level (e.g. targeting corporate/business sector or network of supporters);

• inclusion of partnering process and partnership operation in proposals submitted to Global Health Initiatives (Global Fund, TB REACH).

Page 11: Partnering process: maintenance Elisabetta Minelli, Global Stop TB Partnership Kefas Samson, Stop TB Swaziland Subrat Mohanty, Partnership for Tuberculosis.

Building a vision(Needs, challenges,

resources, opportunities)Can obstacles be

addressed?

Identification and dialogue amongpotential partners

(motivation, commitment)

Mapping resources(identifying cash andnon-cash resources)

Partnershipmanagement

(core structure)

Preparing a planof activities with

roles and resources

Implementation(once resources are in

place to work onspecific deliverables)

Monitoring & evaluation

of effectiveness and impact - outputs and

outcomes

Reviewthe partnership

(process, outputs, outcomes).

Corrective actions

Institutionalization:building structures and

mechanisms to maintain commitment and ensure

continuity

Leadership

Roles

Mandates in specific areas

Agreement oncore principles,

goals and objectivesPartnering agreement

Process: 1 - Exploration 2 - Building 3 - Maintenance

Budget centres

$$

$

$

$ budget centre

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Questions for discussion

In your experience,• What type of activities within the NTP plan could

a partnership implement? Any example.• How to ensure effective implementation? Any

example.• How would the secretariat catalyze the

continuous involvement of the partners (institutionalizing partnership - any benefits)? Any example.

• How to mobilize resources and ensure continuity?