Please find below a list of reports and other resources that came out in 2019. If you see any reports missing please do let us know and we will update the list.
Please send any suggestions to Tara – Tara (at) icssupport.org.
All of the resources listed below and those from previous years can also be found in our Resources section .
Addressing the structural drivers of HIV : A STRIVE synthesis Are monitoring and evaluation systems adequate to report the programmatic coverage of HIV services among key populations in countries? Beyond Fighting Disease : Effects of Aid from the Global Fund on Governance and Development Billions to Trillions – A Reality Check Blended Finance in the Poorest Countries : The need for a better approach D’une charge élevée à un fort impact : une riposte ciblée contre le paludisme Delivering...
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During the Replenishment conference we received many complements on the fabric baskets that we had in our booth. We were so pleased that everyone liked the results of our team-building activity!
These baskets are very simple to make and good project for a novice sewist. If you want to learn how to make your own basket – the directions are below!
Materials you will need:
4 pieces of Fabric cut in 13″ x 15″ rectangles (to make a smaller or bigger basket adjust the size, just make sure all 4 pieces are cut to the same size) 4 pieces of iron on interfacing (heavy – ours was too light) cut in the dimension of your fabric thread, scissors, pins, sewing machine, and iron
Iron the interfacing on to each piece of fabric. Be sure to iron the int...
Civil Society Advocacy for Sustainable Financing for Health Sustainable Health Financing Advocacy
Concept Note:As a broad framework, Sustainable health financing advocacy (SHFa) encompasses advocacy across multiple health priorities and in multiple health financing contexts. This unified framework for action can help advocates align eﬀorts, understand the interlinkages and potential synergies for collaboration, and avoid silos in our work.
More than 80 people from around the world attended all or part of the 2019 Global Fund Advocates Network (GFAN) Global Strategy Meeting, held over three days (5–7 March) in Amsterdam. The main topic of the meeting was resource mobilization for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global Fund), with particular emphasis on the 6th replenishment process that had recently been launched and will culminate in a formal pledging conference on 10 October 2019 in Lyon, France.