The Global Fund has launched a process to develop its new Strategy, which will cover the five years from 2023–2028. GFAN and its partners believe that the voices, priorities and needs of civil society, communities and key populations around the world must be heard during the process and reflected in final Strategy for it to be as successful as possible in leaving no one behind in HIV, TB and malaria responses everywhere.
The latest consolidated civil society priorities for the Global Funds’ new strategy: https://www.globalfundadvocatesnetwork.org/summary-of-top-level-priorities-areas-for-civil-society-communities/
The process includes several opportunities and entry points for civil society and communities to provide input in various ways. Many are in the timeline below that lists key steps throughout the overall process. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some of the major steps were delayed and will be undertaken virtually instead of in-person.
- The Global Fund’s Online Consultation: Open & ongoing (first round of input was gathered in advance of 1 September 2020 and will be reviewed by the Global Fund Board Strategy Committee at its 14th meeting)
- The Global Fund’s 14th Strategy Committee Meeting: 5-6 October 2020 ~ Geneva, Switzerland
- GFAN Call on the Strategy Development: 14 October 2020
- Pre-meetings for Civil Society for the Partnership forums: January 2021 (TBD)
- Partnership Forums:
- Global Opening: 2 February, 2021
- Partnership Forum I: Eastern Europe and Central Asia & Latin America and the Caribbean 9-11 February, 2021
- Partnership Forum II: Africa & MENA I*, 17-19 February, 2021
- Partnership Forum III: East Asia Pacific, South West Asia & MENA II**, 3-5 March, 2021
- Global Closing: 15 March, 2021
*MENA I: includes Morocco, Egypt, Djibouti, Sudan, Somalia Tunisia, South Sudan , Algeria, Mauritania, Djibouti, Eritrea
**MENA II: includes Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Yemen, Palestine
- Global Fund Board approves Strategy framework ~ June/July 2021
- Global Fund Board approves full Strategy: November 2021 (at 46th Board meeting)
The list below includes documents and other input regarding civil society priorities for the new Strategy. You can also fill out the form below if you have new items to add!
- Consolidated overview of priority civil society and community ‘asks’ (forthcoming)
- Text of current Global Fund Strategy 2017–2022 (English / French)
- W4GF advocacy brief: Accelerating action to make a difference for women and girls in the Global Fund Strategy 2023–2028
- Key affected communities and civil society from CEECA region (Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia): Joint input into Strategy development
- United for Global Mental Health advocacy briefing, including United GMH’s response to the Strategy Open Consultation.
- Joint input into the Global Fund Strategy Development from key affected communities and civil society from Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia
- Résultats enquêtes en ligne
- Online Survey results from the francophone Africa Regional CRG regional platform (RAME)
We welcome and want to highlight all partners seeking to ensure that civil society priorities are reflected in the new Strategy. Fill in the form below if you would like your organization, network or institution to be listed here.
- Communities Delegation to the Global Fund Board
- Developed Country NGO Delegation to the Global Fund Board
- Developing Country NGO Delegation to the Global Fund Board
- W4GF – Women in all their diversity for the Global Fund
- Community, Rights and Gender (CRG) at the Global Fund Secretariat
- Action Aid Intervention for Development Organization
- Zimbabwe National Network of People Living with HIV+(ZNNP+)
Tell Us Your Priorities for the New Strategy
GFAN is gathering feedback about what organizations, networks and people from civil society and communities think should be included and prioritized in the new Global Fund Strategy.
Use the box below to enter any of the following: submissions already provided to the Global Fund’s online consultation; notes or reports from any consultations or discussions among members of networks, organizations or other groups; or results from surveys conducted among members and other representatives.
GFAN will regularly review input and add to its consolidated overview of priority civil society and community ‘asks’ for the new Strategy.