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This briefing paper explains how country bands factor into the Global Fund's New Funding Model and discusses the implications of Band 4 country classification for civil society and key populations.
Les communautés ont toujours joué un rôle essentiel dans la lutte contre le sida, la tuberculose et le paludisme. Le Fonds mondial a toujours été à l'avant-garde du mouvement visant à promouvoir une participation plus systématique de la communauté, essentielle pour combattre efficacement le sida, la tuberculose et le paludisme.
This global report, produced November 2014 by the Communities Delegation of the Board of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Communities Delegation), captures the findings and experiences of key population engagement in 11 countries.
Published in 2013 by GNP+ and UNAIDS, the primary goals of Salud, Dignidad y Prevención Positivas (Positive Health, Dignity and Prevention) are to improve the dignity, quality, and length of life of people living with HIV.
Published in 2013 by GNP+ and UNAIDS, the primary goals of Santé positive dignite et prévention (Positive Health, Dignity and Prevention) are to improve the dignity, quality, and length of life of people living with HIV.
The SAT information workshop on the Global Fund New Funding Model and Community systems strenghtening was held in late Feb/early March 2014 at Crossroads Hotel, Lilongwe, and had the following major objectives:
- To review and analyze the national disease strategies and identify gaps in information or evidence
- Review lessons learned from programming supported by or focusing on priorities of civil society and key populations
- Take stock of evidence available to justify programming focusing on KPs and other priority programming areas
- Review and analyze the changes relevant to CS in the new funding model and changes to CSS and clarify roles of the civil society in the NFM
- Identify appropriate partnerships and collaborations to manage ongoing work in the development of a robust and relevant funding proposal
- Develop an effective advocacy strategy for civil society constituents in the CCM and Global Fund board constituencies
- Improve understanding of the Investment Framework and how marginalized groups (including KPs) can act as critical enablers
What does exclusion cost? This documents illustrates preliminary findings of a case study that developed and tested an economic model to measure the cost of excluding sexual minorities, especially the LGBT community. The model examines workplace discrimination, health disparities in HIV, suicide, and depression, and concludes that they could cost societies billions of dollars.
This document sets out an integrated Eligibility and Counterpart Financing policy; it is designed to ensure that available resources are allocated to countries and regions with the highest disease burden and least ability to bring financial resources to address that burden, while prioritizing communities and subpopulations at high risk of disease.
This report provides an assessment of the challenges and opportunities encountered by Eurasian Harm Reduction Network (EHRN) during the process of preparing, negotiating, and beginning to implement a regional civil society application under the new funding model (NFM) as an early applicant. In order to ensure the NFM catalyzes regional applications from civil society, particularly those applications focused on civil society-led advocacy and mobilization for policy change, this report also provides recommendations to the Global Fund and relevant partners based on these experiences.
This document provides guidance on how The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), its Cosponsors and Secretariat (working at national, regional and global levels) should strengthen and operationalize meaningful and respectful partnership work with civil society. It should enable the UN to deliver the targets and elimination commitments agreed in the 2011 Political Declaration on HIV/AIDS.