L’ICASO et l'Alliance internationale contre le VIH / sida ont mené six études de cas sur le développement d'une note conceptuelle régionale

22 Dec 2016

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ICASO and the International HIV/AIDS Alliance have conducted six case studies of regional concept note development

15 Dec 2016

In a recent report noted at the end of this article, ICASO and the International AIDS Alliance looked at the second round of Regional Concept Note-RCN development from six regions and outlines experiences drawn from that second window. In total, the report includes RCN development in Asia, West Africa, the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), Latin America and the Caribbean, and Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA).


African HIV programming failing to respond to acute needs of sexual minorities

6 Jan 2014
The studies show that MSM in the region have specific HIV acquisition and transmission risks that differ from those of the general population

Global Fund efforts to target key affected populations including sexual minorities in the fight against HIV may continue to face an uphill battle in sub-Saharan Africa, new studies have shown, because of prevailing stigma and marginalization even within existing programming.


Harm Reduction Efforts Among People Who Inject Drugs Help to Halt Spread of HIV in Ukraine

22 Mar 2013
HIV incidence in the general population has dropped for the first time in more than a decade

Harm reduction programmes in the Ukraine have resulted in a decrease in HIV transmission among people who inject drugs (PID) which, in turn, has helped to stabilise the HIV epidemic in that country.

This information was contained in a statement released on 6 March 2013 by the International HIV/AIDS Alliance in Ukraine. The statement provided the results of an analysis of the impact of harm reduction programmes in Ukraine.


Report Provides Data on Outcomes of Ukraine HIV Grant

16 Apr 2010

As of 31 March 2008, a recently completed Round 1 Global Fund grant in Ukraine had provided prevention services to 214,103 people who inject drugs. By the end of September 2008, 6,070 people, including 911 children, had received antiretroviral therapy (ART). And, in 2008, 80% of pregnant women living with HIV had received treatment to prevent mother-to-child transmission, up from 35% in 2003.


Report Released on Civil Society Contribution to Grant Implementation

17 Sep 2008

The Global Fund and the International HIV/AIDS Alliance recently released a report on "Civil Society Success on the Ground - Community Systems Strengthening and Dual-Track Financing: Nine Illustrative Case Studies." The 48-page, undated report is available (in English only) at www.theglobalfund.org/documents/publications/prog


Bangkok Satellite Session on CCMs

9 Jul 2004

All those attending the Bangkok International AIDS Conference are invited to a satellite meeting on CCMs.

Title: The Global Fund - How CCMs can be More Effective

Date: Wednesday 14 July 2004, 18:00 to 20:00

Location: Bangkok International AIDS Conference, Conference Room D

Audience: CCM members (actual and potential) from all sectors