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Women Deliver starts today in Copenhagen. To support the Global Fund’s voice and message during the conference, partners have put together some social media materials for you to share over the next few days. An interactive map illustrating the Global Fund’s work to advance women’s health around the world. It features country case studies and personal stories. You can also embed this onto your website with the code: <iframe src=”https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.knightlab.com/storymapjs/cd776d000f00232198ae65160c286b69/the-global-fund-delivers-for-women-and-girls-worldwide/index.html” width=”100%” height=”800″ frameborder=”0″></iframe> Sharegraphics (below) featuring quotes and photos from advocates from the GFAN Speakers Bureau A two-page factsheet on the Global Fund and women and girls featuring quotes from GFAN speakers. If you are attending th...
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Publisher: EANNASO This community guide is a basic overview of the Global Fund’s Gender Equality Strategy. In this guide you will find: The vulnerability of women and girls when it comes to HIV/AIDS, TB and malaria What kinds of gender equality elements the Global Fund looks for in proposals The Global Fund’s four strategic objectives to make sure grants address gender inequalities (and what this means for you!)
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Download a PDF of the update GFAN was invited as a Guest of the Chair to the 33rd Global Fund Board Meeting in Geneva and to observe and participate in the meetings of the Developed Country NGO Delegation. This document provides an overview of the Board Meeting process, key documents and important issues and potential advocacy opportunities for civil society.

The process

For 3 days before the Board Meeting, all 3 civil society (CS) delegations (Developed Country NGO, Developing Country NGO and Communities) held separate and joint preparatory meetings. For those who have never participated in a Board Meeting, the delegations meet – separately first and then jointly – ahead of time to determine what key interventions are needed: sometimes they agree to take those forward jointly, some not. Following that, the CS delegations have a series of meetings together and separately with various officials and other ...
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From the International Women’s Health Coalition The Global Fund has a deep commitment to gender equality and women and girls. With the Gender Equality Strategy, the Fund has attempted to increase its strategic investments in interventions that improve the health of women and girls. However, the Global Fund and its partners also recognize that much more needs to be done to effectively meet the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, care and support needs of women and girls who are living with or affected by the three diseases. This online consultation provides the opportunity for women living with HIV, or affected by TB or Malaria, women in key populations, and organizations working to promote women’s health and rights, and partners to provide direct input into the process to develop the Global Fund’s strategic plan for the period 2017-2019. Specifically, the consultation will identify areas where further work is needed to improve w...
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Publisher: ATHENA This paper examines a series of opportunities for strengthening women’s engagement with the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and proposes solutions that work from local to global.
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Publisher: The Global Fund The Community, Rights and Gender (CRG) Department at the Global Fund technical assistance program is now ready to receive requests for support from communities and civil society across the Global Fund Portfolio. The program is one of a number of special initiatives aimed at strengthening community and civil society engagement in country dialogue and concept note development processes, and to ensure Global Fund supported programs are more effectively responding to their priorities. Attached is a brief overview of the program. It aims to provide clarity on the purpose, scope and parameters of the program as well as the process for requesting CRG technical assistance. It has been kept purposefully short and simple.
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