Global Fund

Global Fund’s New Funding Model: Punishing Success?

 

The Global Forum on MSM & HIV (MSMGF) and ICASO have jointly published a new briefing paper entitled ‘Punishing Success?’ The paper provides an explanation of Band 4 of the Global Fund and its implications for civil society and key populations.

Punishing success? Explanation of Band 4 of the Global Fund

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2014

Explanation of Band 4 of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and its Implications for Civil Society and Key Populations

Managing the risk of human rights violations in Global Fund-supported programs. Meeting Report - Geneva, 22-23 May 2014

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2014

A workshop was recently held in Geneva that brought together leading experts in health and human rights, technical partners, representatives of networks of key populations and people living with HIV, donors, grant recipients, civil society organizations, scholars and Global Fund board members and staff.

NSWP supports the call for the Global Fund to review its policies on human rights, particularly in relation to programming for key populations.

A workshop was recently held in Geneva that brought together leading experts in health and human rights, technical partners, representatives of networks of key populations and people living with HIV, donors, grant recipients, civil society organizations, scholars and Global Fund board members and staff.

¡Participa! Consejos prácticos para asegurar que el Nuevo Modelo de Financiamiento logra la repercusión que las comunidades necesitan

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2014

One feature of the new funding model is expanded space for the meaningful involvement of civil society, communities and key populations in designing, monitoring and implementing programs that affect their lives. The Global Fund offers a guide providing practical advice on how those and other groups can get involved in the process and make sure they play an active role in shaping funding requests to the Global Fund. 

 

You can download this 16 page document above. This resource is in Spanish.

Participez! Conseils pratiques pour que le nouveau modèle de financement ait l’impact dont les communautés ont besoin

Year: 
2014

One feature of the new funding model is expanded space for the meaningful involvement of civil society, communities and key populations in designing, monitoring and implementing programs that affect their lives. The Global Fund offers a guide providing practical advice on how those and other groups can get involved in the process and make sure they play an active role in shaping funding requests to the Global Fund. 

 

You can download this 16 page document above. This resource is in French.

Подключайтесь! Практические рекомендации по использованию новой модели финансирования для удовлетворения потребностей сообществ

Year: 
2014

One feature of the new funding model is expanded space for the meaningful involvement of civil society, communities and key populations in designing, monitoring and implementing programs that affect their lives. The Global Fund offers a guide providing practical advice on how those and other groups can get involved in the process and make sure they play an active role in shaping funding requests to the Global Fund. 

You can download this 16 page document above. This resource is in Russian.

Global Fund NFM: Civil Society and Key Population Networks urge Colleagues from Civil Society, Key Populations, Gender and Human Rights Work for ‘Full Expression of Demand’

The Global Fund is rolling out a new approach to funding programs. The goal is to ensure efforts to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria have the greatest possible impact. This updated approach is known as the “new funding model” (NFM). You can get more background information about the NFM here.

Understanding the New Funding Model

Year: 
2014

The Global Fund is rolling out a new approach to funding programs. The goal is to ensure efforts to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria have the greatest possible impact. This updated approach is known as the “new funding model.” You can get more background information about the new funding model here.