Publisher: The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
The Global Fund’s e-forum for the 2017-2021 Strategybegan on 20 April and ran over a 12-week period, through mid-July. It was moderated simultaneously in four languages, English, French, Russian and Spanish. All stakeholders were invited to discuss eight high-level strategic thematic areas of the Global Fund, including several cross-cutting issues, which are as follows:
Priorities and future strategic direction of the three diseases;
Human Rights and Key Populations;
Sustainability and Transition;
Funding Model feedback;
Challenging Operating Environments;
Resilient and Sustainable Systems for Health; and
Community Systems Strengthening.
The new 2017-2021 Strategy, “Investing to End Epidemics,” is being developed in close cooperation with Global Fund partners and a wide range of stakeholders. The 2...
The Global Fund’s Partnership Forum is a core component of the broad, participatory partnership that is essential for effective investment in global health. The Partnership Forum gives all partners a special venue for contributing critical input, suggestions and views about the development of the Global Fund strategy that guides the Global Fund’s mission to make a sustainable difference in the fight against HIV, tuberculosis and malaria.
The theme of the Global Fund Partnership Forum in 2015 is “Shaping Our Future: Collaborating for a Healthier World.” The Partnership Forum is taking place across three multi-stakeholder meetings held in Africa, Asia and South America. The main objective of all three meetings is to gain substantive guidance and input for the development of the next Global Fund Strategy through the participation of a broad range of stakeholders. This report provides key highlights and input from the third meetin...
The 2015 Partnership Forum provides a unique opportunity for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis & Malaria to reach out to a wide range of stakeholders for consultation and inputs as it develops its 2017 – 2021 Strategy. The theme of the 2015 Partnership Forum is “Shaping our future: Collaborating for a Healthier World” .
The Bangkok Partnership Forum, the second in this series of consultations, will bring together 130 participants from countries in the Middle East and North Africa*, West and South Asia, East Asia and the Pacific. Participation at the Partnership Forum is by invitation only, and stakeholders are invited to put forward nominations.
The Partnership Forum will include key Global Fund stakeholders — including civil society and community representatives, representatives of implementers and in-country stakeholders, representatives of stakeholders with ...
As we shared in a previous post , the Global Fund is hosting several in-person Partnership Forums in the coming months under the theme “Shaping Our Future: Collaborating for a Healthier World”, the purpose of which is to solicit input from all Global Fund partners about the new strategy that is currently being designed for 2017-2021.
For those not invited to an in-person forum, you can take part in the Global Fund e-Forum 2015 , a borderless, and open to all, multi-lingual online consultation that will help shape the new strategy of the Global Fund. This new Strategy is expected to be adopted by the Board of the Global Fund in spring 2016.
The e-Forum is an integral part of this extensive consultation process, uniquely positioned to engage all sectors of society in an inclusive and participatory way to collectively shape the future work of the Global Fund.
The Global Fund will be hosting several in-person Partnership Forums in the coming months under the theme “Shaping Our Future: Collaborating for a Healthier World”.
The primary purpose of which is to solicit input from all Global Fund partners about the new strategy that is currently being designed for 2017-2021. Each in-person consultation meeting will bring together a carefully balanced group of around 100-130 participants representing a number of important stakeholder groups, including civil society. These will be by invitation only.
To read more about the forums and the topics that will be covered, you can review the Secretariat’s Information Note .
Africa – Addis Ababa, May 7-8
Asia Pacific – Bangkok, June 23-24
Latin America & Eastern Europe – TBD, late Aug-early Sep
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.