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This position paper summarizes the Communities Delegation's 32nd board meeting and lists the key findings of its analysis of the quality of engagement with key populations in 11 countries, including challenges to overcome.
This report describes work completed by Eurasian Harm Reduction Network (EHRN) since accepting the Global Fund’s invitation to be an early applicant as part of the Global Fund’s New Funding Model (NFM), with a proposal on HIV and harm reduction for the region of Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA).
A country's eligibility for Global Fund financing is determined in accordance with the revised Eligibility and Counterpart Financing policy (ECFP), which 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 these health problems. The Global Fund Eligibility List identifies which country components are eligible to receive an allocation in the new funding model. If a country has no eligible components they do not appear on the list.
This April 2014 brochure, Engage!: Practical Tips to Ensure the New Funding Model Delivers the Impact Communities Need, provides illustrative advice to ensure the new funding model delivers the impact communities need.
This 2011 primer published by the MSMGF is intended to serve as a guide on information related to men who have sex with men (MSM) for physicians, nurses, and other health care providers delivering HIV and primary care services in diverse clinical settings.
Faire progresser les droits humains et de santé sexuelle et reproductive des hommes ayant des rapports sexuels avec des hommes vivant avec le VIH.
Fomento de los derechos sexuales y reproductivos y los derechos humanos de los hombres que tienen relaciones sexuales con hombres y que viven con el VIH.
Impact plus marqué : centrage sur les pays les plus touchés par les maladies et les moins à même de payer, tout en conservant le caractère mondial du portefeuille Financement prévisible : la procédure et le niveau de financement sont plus prévisibles, ce qui augmente le taux de réussite des candidatures Vision ambitieuse : capacité d’exprimer pleinement les besoins et de récompenser l’ambition Calendrier souple : aligné sur les échéances, le contexte et les priorités nationales Plus rationnel : pour les maîtres d’œuvre et pour le Fonds mondial
This 2008 report from Ontario's Gay/Bisexual/Queer Trans Men's Working Group and partners describes the results of the study, Getting Primed: Informing HIV Prevention with Gay, bi, Queer Trans men in Ontario.The study resulted from the work of Gay, Bi, Queer, Trans Men's Working Group of the Ontario Gay Men's HIV Prevention Strategy, working in collaboration iwth the AIDS Committee of Toronto and other civil society groups.
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.
GNP+ published this document with the aim of encouraging more meaningful involvement of young people living with HIV within the HIV response. Supported by funding from the HIV Young Leaders Fund, GNP+ conducted research among 350 young people living with HIV, and among more than 175 youth-led organisations and networks living with HIV, to identify the key barriers faced by YPLHIV to engaging more meaningfully in the HIV response.
Young people living with HIV (YPLHIV) around the world are making a difference in the HIV response. This roadmap, developed by GNP +, makes some suggestions on how you can become more involved with different HIV efforts in your community, country, or globally. Each chapter in this roadmap outlines one of the five steps towards GIYPA:
Dix questions fréquemment posées sur la décision du Conseil d’administration du Fonds mondial demandant la soumission d’une note conceptuelle unique pour les programmes conjoints de lutte contre le VIH et la tuberculose
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.