We are recruiting new members to the Developing Country NGO constituency of the Global Fund Board

The Developing Country NGO Delegation to the Board of The Global Fund is currently inviting applications for membership from individuals representing and working with NGO’s in the global south. The selection process strives to achieve a balanced and representative Delegation with strong consideration for the following qualities: Malaria expertise Tuberculosis expertise Women in all their diversity Key population representatives (sex workers, men who have sex with...

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Request for Expression of Interest: Consultant to develop Global Fund Strategy Development Position Paper

The Developing Country NGO delegation to the Global Fund Board seeks the services of a consultant to develop a Developing Country NGO delegation Position Statement on the next Global Fund Strategy. The Global Fund Strategy is a multiyear roadmap for our partnership’s future, setting out priorities for how we can accelerate progress against HIV, tuberculosis and malaria and improve global health. Now...

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Developing Country NGO constituency at the 43rd Board Meeting: calling for the meaningful inclusion of civil society and communities now more than ever

The Developing Country NGO constituency participated actively in the first ever virtual Board Meeting of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, held on 14 and 15 May 2020. We urged that while we are operating in a very fast-changing environment due to COVID-19, we must not forget our core business and principles, that are our strength, such as the meaningful...

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Guidance Note on Sustainability, Transitioning and Co-financing

The Global Fund has produced a new Guidance Note on Sustainability, Transitioning and Co-financing. This document is intended to support countries to strengthen sustainability, increase domestic financing, and enhance preparations for transition from Global Fund support as they develop funding requests, implement Global Fund grants, and manage national HIV, TB, and malaria programs. Due to the distinct challenges related to the sustainability...

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The Global Fund Office of the Inspector General’s Advisory on Removing Human Rights-barriers: a call for action to all

Stigma, discrimination and punitive laws and practices have long hindered national responses to HIV, TB and malaria. Recognizing that maximum impact in the fight against the three diseases cannot be achieved without taking the human rights of beneficiaries into account, the Global Fund has elevated its commitment to removing human rights-related barriers to accessing services to the highest level as a strategic...

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