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Letter to Global Fund and PEPFAR

The International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC) and AIDS & Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA) in collaboration with 11 organisation have sent this public letter entitled Exclusion of Key Populations and People Living with HIV from implementation of Programmes to The Global Fund and PEPFAR. They detail specific obstacles to running, participating in and monitoring programmes funded by these two major donors. They are gravely concerned by the exclusion and side-lining of key populations. 

Actualización del Fondo Global

Esta actualización es parte la financiación de Robert Carr Civil Society Networks para ofrecer talleres de Fondo Global en colaboración con los miembros de la NSWP. Habrá tres actualizaciones más durante el año que la NSWP compartirá con los miembros.

Новости Глобального фонда

Новостные сводки рассылаются в рамках работы по гранту от Фонда сетей гражданского общества Роберта Карра. Цель гранта – в сотрудничестве с членами НСВП провести обучающие семинары, посвященные работе с Глобальным фондом. В течение года НСВП пришлет еще три сводки новостей.

Fonds mondial : bulletin d'information

Le Robert Carr Civil Society Networks Fund finance la mise en œuvre des ateliers du Fonds mondial en collaboration avec les membres du NSWP ; ce bulletin est produit dans le cadre de ces financements. Trois bulletins supplémentaires seront produits cette année par le NSWP et seront diffusés aux membres.

全球基金信息简报

本简报是罗伯特卡尔民间社会网络基金与NSWP成员协作提供全球基金工作坊的拨款项目的一部分。本年度NSWP还将与成员分享三个信息简报。

Global Fund Update

This update is part of the Robert Carr Civil Society Networks Fund grant to provide Global Fund workshops in collaboration with NSWP members. There will be three more updates throughout the year that NSWP will share with members.

NSWP's first update is about the 35th Global Fund Board Meeting, which will take place in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire on the 26-27th April 2016.

APNSW Pacific Members Set Strategic Priorities

Members from five Pacific countries met with the APNSW Secretariat in November 2015. Representatives from Friends Frangipani (Papua New Guinea), New Zealand Prostitutes Collective (NZPC), Survivors Advocacy Network (SAN-Fiji), Scarlet Alliance (Australia) and $carlet Timor Collective (Timor-Leste) took part in the meeting in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

NSWP Members Highlighted by Bridging the Gaps in 2015 Report

NSWP is part of Bridging the Gaps – health and rights for key populations. Together with almost 100 local and international organisations Bridging the Gaps partners have united to reach one mission: achieving universal access to HIV/STI prevention, treatment, care and support for key populations, including sex workers, LGBT people and people who use drugs. Bridging the Gaps has published their 2015 Report, which summarises the activities of its funding recipients in the period from September 2011 to December 2015.

The Global Fund Workshop Case Study

The Global Fund workshops are a series of five-day workshops which took place in 2015, organised by NSWP in partnership with regional sex worker-led networks. The Global Fund is one of the world’s largest funders for providing testing, treatment and care for people living with HIV. The workshops are designed to provide sex worker communities with essential information for understanding The Global Fund. This case study describes the goals, strategies and impact of the workshops.

NSWP Statement on PEPFAR Releasing COP Guidance 2016 on World AIDS Day with Anti-Prostitution Loyalty Oath

PEPFAR released their Country Operational Plan (COP) Guidance for 2016 today in commemoration of World AIDS Day. NSWP is disappointed the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) will continue forcing donor recipients to sign the ‘anti-prostitution loyalty oath’.

NSWP will continue to oppose PEPFAR’s ‘anti-prostitution loyalty oath’ as it is detrimental to the health and wellbeing of sex workers globally. It also undermines the minimum standards of programming implementation and development outlined in the SWIT for low, middle, and high-income countries.