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Despite widespread commitment to aid effectiveness principles for HIV, true national ownership and downward accountability are still far from assured. Theinterests of the global South, including those of civil society and people living with and affected by HIV, exercise too little influence in the architecture governing the global AIDS response. The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) has formed a strategy of transition that aims to see fewer people newly infected than are newly placed on treatment.
In the new funding model initial guidance note from the Global Fund, the regional application process will follow two-steps. Applicants will first submit an Expression of Interest and only eligible and strategically focused applicants will be invited to submit a concept note.
A brochure that explains the core principles of the Global Fund's new funding model, including what is new about the model, how it affects you, as well as 10 tips for increasing your likelihood of receiving funding.
Published in 2014, The Global Policy, Local Disconnects: A Look Into the Implementation of the 2013 HIV Treatment Guidelines report is a global initiative undertaken by The International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC) and the AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA) that investigates what the reality was on the ground for people living with HIV.
Guide de transition nouveau Fonds mondial modèle de financement
This field-tested Good Practice Guide features Internaitonal AIDS Alliance programming principles and standards relevant to all HIV programming and specific technical area of HIV and human rights. It contains information, strategies, and resources to help programmers meet those standards, and can be used at any time in the program cycle to assess good practice and to help develop proposals and monitoring and evaluation frameworks.
The Global Fund Strategy, Investing for Impact 2012-2016, has five objectives. One of these commits to protecting and promoting human rights by:
A summary presentation of the Global Fund's new funding model for applicants. The core principles for the strategy include:
The Global Fund Strategy, Investing for Impact 2012-2016, commits to protecting and promoting human rights by:
- Integrating human rights considerations throughout the grant cycle,
- Ensuring the Global Fund does not support programs that infringe human rights, and
- Increasing investment in programs that address human rights barriers to accessing health services
This February 2014 guidance from the Global Fund provides an introduction to the new funding model for grant applications. The new model is intended to improve the way the Global Fund
assesses, approves, disburses, and monitors grants.
This 2014 powerpoint presentation published by the Global Fund focuses on inclusiveness of country dialogue as it relates to the timing of concept note submission and access to funding.
La stratégie 2012-2016 du Fonds mondial de lutte contre le sida, la tuberculose et le paludisme, «Investir pour maximiser l’impact», poursuit cinq objectifs dont celui de protéger et de promouvoir les droits de l’homme : 1. en intégrant la question des droits de l’homme tout au long du cycle de la subvention ; 2. en investissant davantage dans des programmes qui s’attaquent aux obstacles à l’accès liés aux droits de l’homme ; 3. en veillant à ce que le Fonds mondial ne subventionne pas des programmes qui enfreignent les droits de l’homme.
Cette note fournit des conseils et des exemples pratiques pour élaborer des programmes relatifs aux droits de l’homme qui, s’ils sont incorporés aux notes conceptuelles, contribueront sensiblement à améliorer les résultats en matière de santé et l’accès aux services de santé.
L’admissibilité est déterminée par le niveau de revenu d’un pays et par les données officielles sur sa charge de morbidité (voir les remarques 1 et 2).