Vision: A Healthy population in Fiji that is driven by a caring health care delivery system. Mission: To provide a high quality health care delivery services by a caring and committed workforce working with strategic partners through good governance, appropriate technology and appropriate risk management facilitating a focus on patient safety and best health status for the citizens of Fiji.

Grant Management Unit

  • 25/06/2010
  • Categorized in: GMU

The Fiji Ministry of Health (MoH) as the Principle Recipient (PR) of funding from the Global Fund has set up the GMU to provide administrative and technical support to the GFATM Round 8 supported tuberculosis (TB) and Round 9 Health Systems Strengthening (HSS) programs.

The GFATM consolidated Rounds 8 and 9 for Fiji commenced on 1 April 2010 for an initial period of twenty seven months (Phase I). Further funding for Phase II for another three years is based on the achieved performance of Phase I. The MoH has entered into agreements with three Sub-recipients (SRs) & four Implementing Units (IU’s). more>>

Contents

Introduction

Photo Gallery

Monitoring and Evaluation

Finance

Human Resource Update

Procurement & Supplement Management

Publications

TBeat Fiji

Tuberculosis control

Review of National TB Prog

M&E -- FPS Grant Activities

TWG Presentation

TWG 5 Material

Consolidated Contacts List

Fiji TB_Periodic Review

HIV/AIDS Decree 2011

TB Guideline

Addendum to TB Guideline

The SR’s include:

The IU’s are various departments within the MoH which include:

  • The Fiji Pharmaceutical Services (FPS)
  • The newly established National TB Program (NTP) 
  • The National Reference Laboratory (NRL)   
  • The Health Information Unit (HIU)   

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Terms of Reference - External auditor for the Global Fund to Fight against AIDS, TB and Malaria supported Principal Recipient and Sub-Recipients for the Republic of the Fiji Islands – for the period 1 January to 31 December 2014

The Fiji Ministry of Health (MoH) as the Principle Recipient (PR) of funding from the Global Fund has set up the GMU to provide administrative and technical support to the GFATM Round 8 supported tuberculosis (TB) and Round 9 Health Systems Strengthening (HSS) programs.

The GFATM consolidated Rounds 8 and 9 for Fiji commenced on 1 April 2010 for an initial period of twenty seven months (Phase I). Further funding for Phase II for another three years is based on the achieved performance of Phase I. The MoH has entered into agreements with three Sub-recipients (SRs) and four Implementing Units (IU’s). The SR’s include:

  1. The Fiji Red Cross Society (FRCS);
  2. The Fiji School of Medicine/Nursing [under the College of Medicines, Nursing and Health Sciences at the Fiji National University(FNU)]; and
  3. The Fiji Nurses Association (FNA).

 

The IU’s are various departments within the MoH which include:

  1. The Fiji Pharmaceutical Services (FPS);
  2. The newly established National TB Program (NTP);
  3. The National Reference Laboratory (NRL); and
  4. The Health Information Unit (HIU).