This report summarizes discussions at a meeting of the Global Fund Advocates Network (GFAN)
held 8-10 February 2012 in Amsterdam. The meeting is an essential step in a recently launched
process to develop a joint civil society advocacy strategy, over both the short- and longer-term, in
support of resource mobilization for the Global Fund. Participants included representatives from
the Global Fund Secretariat, and international, regional and national NGOs, affected communities
and Friends of the Fund organizations that focus on one or more of the three Global Fund priority
diseases. Also in attendance were staff from the Stop TB Partnership and UNAIDS.
ICSS convened a strategy meeting on resource mobilization for the Global Fund on 16-18 February 2011. The meeting was held in light of several key events, inter alia, the Global Fund Third Replenishment (2011-2013), which culminated in a pledging conference in New York in October 2010, the September 2010 MDG Review Summit and the forthcoming June 2011 UN High Level Meeting on Universal Access to HIV Prevention, Treatment, Care and Support. A bold, innovative coordinated global strategy is needed to assist the Global Fund in its resource mobilisation efforts for 2011-2013. The Amsterdam meeting marks the beginning of a process to design, plan and implement a global strategy for civil society advocacy.
The Donor Report Cards and its report focuses on the accountability of major donors to the Global Fund by bringing together civil society advocates’ evaluation of past performance of the governments in their respective countries (for 2008-2010) and the contributions asked from these governments for 2011-2013 in the context of the 3rd Replenishment Process of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
The Donor Report Card per country can be found here:
Overview & Conclusions
Australia (A1 pdf)
Australia (A4 jpeg)
Austria (A1 pdf)
Austria (A4 jpeg)
Canada (A1 pdf)
Canada (A4 jpeg)
Denmark (A1 pdf)
Denmark (A4 jpeg)
Germany (A1 pdf)
Germany (A4 jpeg)
Italy (A1 pdf)
Italy (A4 jpeg)
Japan (A1 pdf)
Japan (A4 jpeg)
Russia (A1 pdf)
Russia (A4 jpeg)
Spain (A1 pdf)
Spain (A4 jpeg)
The Netherlands (A1 pdf)...
This report is based on a meeting held 5 December 2009 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The gathering, a “Strategy Meeting on a Global Campaign for a Currency Transaction Levy for Health”, was organised and hosted by a locally based non-governmental organization (NGO), International Civil Society Support (ICSS), and build on an initial meeting held in Washington DC in the summer of 2009.
As the meeting’s title implies, it aimed to broaden and deepen civil society engagement in a campaign for the implementation of a currency transaction levy (CTL), a particularly promising innovative financing mechanism that could raise billions of dollars for global health needs.
This report is based on a meeting held 3-4 December 2009 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The gathering, a “Strategy Meeting on Resource Mobilization for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria”, was co-organised by a locally based non-governmental organization (NGO), International Civil Society Support (ICSS), and the Global Fund.
The meeting was timed to coincide with the beginning of the Global Fund’s 2010 resource mobilization and replenishment process.