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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 technical brief is designed for people who are planning to respond to the needs of transgender people for the very first time. The audience may include transgender community members; staff of donor agencies; health workers; academics including researchers and staff of training schools for doctors, nurses, counsellors and other health workers; carers; policy-makers; nongovernmental organization (NGO) and communitybased organization activists; lawyers; school teachers and administrators; and staff of police, military, immigration and other authorities.
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.
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.
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.
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).
Published in 2011 by the United Nations Development Programme, Lost in Transition: Transgender People, Rights and HIV Vulnerability in the Asia-Pacific Region aims to provide a research and strategic information framework.
Minimum Requirements for CCM, SCCM, and RCM to follow during concept note development.
Within the context of an uncontrolled epidemic among men who have sex with men (MSM) in Sub-Saharan Africa and new attempts to scale-up MSM-targeted programming, this policy brief aims to address some of these gaps by examining current access to basic HIV prevention and treatment services among MSM in Sub-Saharan Africa. These findings combine the quantitative and qualitative data from the 2012 Global Men’s Health and Rights (GMHR) study, and interviews with LGBT-led CBOs across six countries.
This document explains the Global Fund's new funding model country allocations and includes key messages, the allocation methodology, and an explanation of the allocation letter.
A presentation from the Global Fund that describes the core principles of the new funding model.
This guide, produced in 2008 by the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force Policy Institute, offers practical ideas for how LGBT organizations can apply practical steps to provide a more welcoming environment for transgender people. It addresses challenges and opportunities that present themselves and is specifically intended for LGBT groups and organizations that want to be more inclusive of the transgender community.