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The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has granted USD$5 million over three years to the New Venture Fund to support the Global Fund Advocates Network and country specific advocacy for Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria resource mobilization.

Over the term of the grant, International Civil Society Support (ICSS), as the secretariat for the Global Fund Advocates Network (GFAN), will work with the New Venture Fund (NVF) as its technical partner to support country-level organizations to develop proposals and refer them for funding to the New Venture Fund for Global Fund Advocacy fund (NVF for GFA).

Identification of applicants to be invited by the NVF for GFA will be based on a joint analysis of political and other opportunities in donor and implementing countries, investment needs and strategic and technical advice of ICSS, the Global Fund Secretariat and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

“The essential work of reso...


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Publisher:  Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

This report details the strong partnership between the Global Fund and the faith community and highlights opportunities for further engagement.

The Global Fund, the world’s largest public health financier, was designed to pursue its mission against HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria through a partnership model, relying on local leaders, bilateral organizations, the private sector, technical partners, advocates of public health and civil society organizations – including faith-based organizations – to implement the programs it funds. Close collaboration with the faith community is particularly important to the success of Global Fund programs; churches, mosques, synagogues and other faith-based organizations (FBOs) play a role at all stages of its operations.

In addition to identifying opportunities for collaboration between FBOs and the ...


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Publisher: ICASO

A key feature of the NFM is the Country Band. All 123 eligible countries are grouped into one of four Bands based on disease burden and income level. Although Band 4 is the largest Band, comprising 55 countries, its overall share of funding is only 7%. This shift in distribution methodology appears to be predicated on the assumption that with Band 4 countries, previous investments have been in low impact interventions – the result: countries are penalized for having low or relatively low disease prevalence.This briefing paper is intended to help advocates better understand the country allocation methodology in general and the specificities of Band 4 in particular. It also outlines the implications of Band 4 classification for civil society and key populations, and provides advocacy entry points and recommendations for how the model can be improved.


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Membership 2015 to 2017

CLOSING DATE for this call for nominations is MONDAY NOVEMBER 24, 2014 extended to MONDAY DECEMBER 1, 2014

The Developing Country NGO Delegation

The Delegation aims to contribute to and influence Global Fund (GFATM) policies and practices in an effort to make them continually and appropriately responsive to the needs of those affected by HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and the NGOs and CBOs providing necessary services. The defining feature of this delegation is its ability to bring the perspectives as representatives from recipient countries and implementers.

Based on the knowledge and experience of Non-Governmental Organizations/Community-Based Organizations and Faith based Organisations (NGOs/ CBOs /...


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CLOSING DATE of the first call for all nominations is MONDAY 1st DECEMBER 2014 at 1200 GMT.

To review the terms of reference and download the application form, visit the Communities Delegation website .

The Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is perhaps the most important and innovative health initiative developed in the 21st century. The Global Fund was created to dramatically increase resources to fight these three devastating diseases, and to direct much needed resources to areas of greatest need. As a partnership between governments, civil society, the private sector and affected communities, the Global Fund represents an innovative approach to international health financing.

The Communities Delegation is made up of individuals living with HIV, TB and affected by malaria, and its vision is one in which all communities living with, or affected by HIV, TB a...


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Publisher: APCOM

The key feature of the Global Fund’s New Funding Model (NFM) is to ensure the inclusiveness of civil society and key populations (KP), including men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender people.

Country Dialogue is the term used by the Global Fund to describe the inclusive, ongoing consultative processes at the country level that is meant to inform all stages of the NFM process. It is also one of the main criteria in assessing whether funding applications are robust.

APCOM has released a set of guidance documents, entitled ‘MSM and Transgender Engagement in Global Fund New Funding Model Country Dialogue’. There are 17 different versions of the guidance document for each of the 17 countries in Asia and the Pacific region (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, Fiji, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines, PNG, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam). These guidance documents aim to help c...


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