Country-led and community-owned? How cultural imperatives at the global level translate on the ground
In my seven years as a technical advisor to the National Department of Health in Papua New Guinea, I watched the evolution of the relationship between the country and the Global Fund.
Le futur du Fonds mondial: la société civile réclame des interventions communautaires plus importantes
Plus de 120 personnes se sont réunies les 23-24 juin à Bangkok pour le forum de partenariat Asie-Pacifique : le deuxième du genre organisé par le Fonds mondial afin de faire entendre les voix de la société civile et élaborer la stratégie de développement pour la période 2017-2021.
Un changement radical dans la prévention, le diagnostic et la gestion des cas de tuberculose est nécessaire pour remplir les objectifs à l’échelle mondiale, affirment les participants d’une consultation tenue le 23 juin et organisée par le Partenariat Stop TB.
Radical change in the approach to TB prevention, diagnosis and case management is needed if new global targets are to be achieved, participants in a 23 June consultation hosted by the Stop TB Partnership said.
The Global Fund that we want: civil society speaks on the need for stronger community-based interventions
More than 120 people gathered on 23-24 June in Bangkok for the Asia-Pacific partnership forum: the second of its kind convened by the Global Fund to solicit voices from civil society and a range of stakeholders to feed into strategy development for the 2017-2021 period.
A UNAIDS special report released in November has warned of a risk that regional progress in Asia and the Pacific in stemming the spread of HIV is stagnating, recommending a closer look at value for money and strategic targets for external and domestic co-financing of prevention, treatment and care activities.
Malaria patients in eight countries in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia will pay significantly less for ACTs (artemisinin-based combination therapies) purchased through the private health care system, as a result of agreements between the Global Fund and six manufacturers of malaria drugs.
Chevron Corporation, one of the world's leading integrated energy companies, has become the Global Fund's first “Corporate Champion,” donating US$30 million over three years to support programmes financed by the Fund in parts of Asia and Africa.process.