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Language shapes beliefs and may influence behaviors. These guidelines to UNAIDS' preferred terminology have been developed for use by staff members, colleagues in the program's 10 cosponsoring organizations, and other partners working in the global response to HIV.
This document outlines amfAR supported grantees conducting successful GMT community-led programing to improve HIV testing, treatment, and quality of live among GMT in five regions—Africa, Asia-Pacific, the Caribbean, Eastern Europe and Central Asia, and Latin America. It is also available in French, Russian, and Spanish.
The 2008 manual published by ARASA is a plain language guide to HIV/AIDS and human rights in the Southern African region. It is aimed at a wide range of people, such as paralegals, lawyers, social workers, counsellors, people working in AIDS service organisations (ASOs) and non-governmental organisations (NGOs), educators and trade union members. It gives readers practical information on how law and policy can protect and promote human rights in the context of HIV/AIDS, and how the laws and policies in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) countries have met this challenge.
O EPOA é descrito detalhadamente na abordagem de divulgação de pares aprimorada LINKAGES: Guia de implementação. Este currículo de treinamento complementa o guia, oferecendo um currículo detalhado para treinar os profissionais de divulgação de pares para implementar o EPOA. O guia consiste neste documento e um conjunto de ferramentas de treinamento, folhetos e apresentações em PowerPoint.
This information note has been developed based on normative guidance from and consultation with technical partners and other key stakeholders. The current version was updated in March 2012 in order to support Country Coordinating Mechanisms developing funding applications for the Transitional Funding Mechanism. Although new evidence and normative guidance may have been published since then, the Global Fund believes that the information contained in this information note is still relevant to inform countries developing their concept.
Admissibilité des CCMs sous le NFM.
The Global Fund is evolving. Its new funding model changes the way countries apply for funding and the way future grants will be developed. This overview of the new approach explains how the Global Fund is striving to have an even bigger impact against AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria worldwide and to save more lives.
Calendrier prévisionnel du déploiement du nouveau modèle de financement
A description of CCM eligibility requirements relating to the Global Fund's new funding model.
Sexual minority communities in India have long faced challenges in accessing public services, including healthcare. Given that HIV places a significant burden on male-born sexual minorities around the world, the range of HIV-related services is supposedly one of the interventions that specially targets them. However, questions abound on the nature of these interventions. This document highlights these questions and draws largely from a series of focus group discussions with male-born sexual minorities conducted by sexual minority activists in 11 districts in Karnataka, India.
This guidance document, the second in the series Navigating the New Funding Model, is intended as a tool for civil society organizations which are engaged in, leading, or monitoring country dialogues. An explanation of the key features and expected outcomes of the country dialogue process is followed by a discussion of country dialogues in practice over the past year. A review of existing analyses and interviews with civil society participants in country dialogues inform a discussion of the principles of effective country dialogues.
Support for community systems strengthening (CSS) in the Global Fund Strategy includes the following:
- Emphasizes the need to support national systems, defined as "all country systems, including both government and non- government systems"
- Strategic Action 1.1 (Ensure appropriate targeting of most at risk populations) includes "make explicit provision in the funding model for greater emphasis on community systems strengthening."
- Strategic Objective 4 (Promote and Protect Human Rights): “The “Gender Equality Strategy” and “Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Strategy”, along with support for community systems strengthening are further contributions made by the Global Fund to advancing human rights in the context of the three diseases.
Published in November 2014 by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuburculosis, and Malaria (GFATM), this update on the GFATM's new funding model ("Key Entry Points for Civil Society") aims to enhance civil society participation in all stages of the country dialogue process to ensure that investments are strategically targeting the right intervention and the right populations, including men who have sex with men (MSM) and other key affected populations (KAPs).
This March 2014 briefing from the Global Fund inludes 60-plus slides that are intended to aid technical assistance providers.
In these 2014 consolidated guidelines on HIV prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care for key populations, the World Health Organization (WHO) brings together all existing guidance relevant to five key populations – men who have sex with men, people who inject drugs, people in prisons and other closed settings, sex workers, and transgender people – and updates selected guidance and recommendations.