Useful documents

2015 RCNF report
This report provides an overview of the results of the Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund in 2015.

Communiqué International Steering Committee Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund
The International Steering Committee (ISC) of the Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund (RCNF) has held its sixth board meeting in Amsterdam – April 28-29, 2016.

Progress report 2015. Partnership Global Fund – Robert Carr Network Fund 
In 2014, the Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund (RCNF) and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global Fund) entered into a partnership to combine efforts. In this framework US$ 2,480,000 became available for eight grantees. This is a report about expenditures, results, challenges and achievements in 2015.  

Results framework
A summary of outcome and impact level indicators.

Theory of Change Map
Summary of all building blocks required to bring about RCNF’s long-term goals.

Theory of Change information
In this PDF you find more information on the Theory of Change (TOC), which helps RCNF to position itself in the global HIV response.

Grant regulations
In the grant regulations you can find information about the specific regulations that Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund takes into account in regards with funding international networks.

Corruption, fraud and mismanagement policy
The RCNF Corruption, fraud and mismanagement policy forms part of the RCNF governance policies. Part 1: Definitions and principles.

Corruption, fraud and mismanagement policy
The RCNF Corruption, fraud and mismanagement policy forms part of the RCNF governance policies. Part 2: Tools & procedures

The Conflict of Interest procedure
The Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund operates under a Conflict of Interest policy.

Due diligence procedures
The Fund Management Agency is responsible for Robert Carrr civil society Networks Fund grantee due diligence and risk management.

2014 RCNF report
This report will provide an overview of the results of the Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund in 2014.

Mid-Term Review 2014
A  Mid-Rerm Review of the RCNF has been conducted to assess the strengths, weaknesses, results and lessons of the Fund. It has been a review process with a 360 degrees approach, involving a diverse group of stakeholders and different methods.

 

 

 

 

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