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Civil Society calls for Meaningful Involvement of Francophone Countries in HIV Response

BORDEAUX –More than one thousand activists, doctors, institutional players and other HIV/AIDS francophone stakeholders gathered in Bordeaux, France, from 4 to 7 April at the International Francophone Conference on HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis (AFRAVIH), including Morgane Ahmar, DCNGO Delegation Member from Morocco. The AFRAVIH conference gives visibility to the fight against HIV in the francophone world....

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Global Fund Joins Movement to Halve Malaria by 2023

Originally published by The Global Fund LONDON – The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria joined leaders at the Malaria Summit London 2018 to call for reducing malaria by one half across the Commonwealth in the coming five years. Collective action aims to prevent 350 million cases of malaria and save 650,000 lives,...

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Inspector General of the Global Fund Commits to Meaningful Engagement with Civil Society

(L-R: Tracy Staines, Head of Audit, OIG; Maurine Murenga, Vice Chair, Implementer Group, Global Fund Board; Allan Maleche, Board Member; Mouhamadou Diagne, Inspector General, The Global Fund; Joseph Chiu, Independent Consultant, Strategy, Policy & Governance) April 16, 2018 NAIROBI – “We hope you are not here to tick the box that you met civil society...

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REINFORCING MARGINALIZATION: The Impact of the Closing of Civic Space on HIV Response in Ethiopia, Kenya, and Uganda

28 February, 2018: ICNL Releases New Study on the Impact of Closing Civic Space on HIV Response Originally Published Here: https://goo.gl/bgUdCS ICNL has just published a study that focuses on the ways in which the closing of space for civil society—especially restrictions on the registration, financing, and operations of civil society organizations (CSOs)—is affecting HIV...

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Delegation Sets Six Priorities as Building Blocks for 2018-2019 Work Plan

MARRAKECH – For 2018 to 2019, the Developing Country NGO (DCNGO) Delegation will focus its agenda on impacting and influencing six core areas of the Global Fund’s work: Board culture and governance, Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) Evolution, Eligibility, Human Rights, Gender Equality, the 6th Replenishment as well as Sustainability Transition and Co-financing. The Board Delegation...

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VACANCY: COMMUNICATIONS FOCAL POINT

Call for Applications to the Developing Country NGO Delegation The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria FIRM CLOSING DATE: Monday March 5, 2018 Midnight Central European Time CALL FOR COMMUNICATIONS FOCAL POINT Developing Country NGO Delegation to the Board of The Global Fund is currently inviting suitably qualified candidates from developing countries to...

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Public call for KP-community organizations to engage in GF multi-country grant application

Southeastern Europe Regional Coordination Mechanism (SEE RCM) is announcing a public call for community organizations for key population to attend open regional dialogue for the development of the multi-country application to the Global Fund to fight HIV, tuberculosis and malaria that will happen during third SEE RCM meeting and will be held 26-27th February 2018...

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Keep Venezuela on the Agenda

The DCNGO Supports Implementers’ Commitment to Fight for Countries in Crisis The Developing Country NGO Constituency (DCNGO) provided leadership in the process of developing a statement to the Board on the Venezuela crisis. There is a push to explore using the NGO rule in this instance. The Secretariat claims that poor or insufficient systems data...

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Board Constituency Presents Position Paper on Key Issues of the 38th Meeting of the Global Fund Board.

Geneva, November 19, 2017 See the official submission here. At the 38th Board Meeting, the Developing Country NGO (DCNGO) Constituency submitted official statements and opinions on key policy and reporting documents. These were presented in advance of the opening of the Board and were intended to facilitate more robust debates and discussions at the Board...

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