A newly released case study establishes the impact the Global Fund's $15 million, three-year Community, Rights and Gender Strategic Initiative (CRG SI) has had building connections between key communities and advancing the Fund's operational objectives.
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Case study examines how Community, Rights and Gender Strategic Initiative has advanced Global Fund objectives
New report finds improvements in Malawi’s Global Fund program for key and vulnerable populations, credits community engagement
A new report from the International Council of AIDS Service Organizations (ICASO) finds that Malawi’s Global Fund program improved in a number of ways during the 2017-2019 funding cycle. The total funding requested for key and vulnerable populations rose dramatically, and service packages for these groups were defined in greater detail.
Regional 'Platforms' proving vital to Global Fund’s community, rights and gender strategic initiative
The Global Fund’s six regional Community, Rights and Gender (CRG) platforms came together at the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018) to host the Global Fund Community Zone in the Global Village.
Six Regional Platforms for Communication and Coordination begin work as part of the Global Fund’s CRG Strategic Initiative
Civil society survey finds three-quarters of respondents have accessed Global Fund technical assistance
In a recent survey of 54 representatives from African civil society organizations and community groups, 76% reported previously accessing technical assistance (TA) to support their engagement in Global Fund processes.
For the first time, gender equality is included as a top-line strategic objective in the Global Fund’s Strategy (2017-2022). HIV prevention among adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) in sub-Saharan Africa will be a strong focus for the Global Fund in the coming funding cycle (2017-2019).
Board approves $15 million for continuation of strategic investments in community, rights and gender over 2017-2019
The Global Fund will invest $15 million over the next three years (2017-2019) to bolster community responses, human rights and gender equality in its grants.