This guide aims to brief civil society and key populations colleagues on the New Funding Model and how they can be proactive and engage in the country dialogue processes that lead towards submittal of a Concept Note to the Global Fund. This guide was developed with members of the Joint Civil Society Action Plan Task Team and their constituencies. This group is composed of the Global Fund, technical partners, civil society representatives, and representatives of key population, human rights and gender organizations.
In 2008, the Board of the Global Fund adopted the Gender Equality Strategy. In line with the Global Fund Strategy 2012-2016: Investing for Impact, the implementation of the Gender Equality Strategy will focus on achieving strategic, high-impact, gender-responsive investments that will save lives and
prevent new infections.
The Community Systems Strengthening Framework has been developed in the light of experience and in recognition of the need for increased clarity and understanding of CSS. It is intended to facilitate increased funding and technical support for CSS, particularly (but not only) for community-based organizations and networks.
This note provides guidance and practical examples on human rights programming, which if included in concept notes, will contribute significantly to improving health outcomes and access to health services.
Eligibility is determined by a country’s income level and official disease burden data. A country’s income level for 2014 is based on income classifications published by the World Bank in July 2013, in accordance with GNI-per-capita thresholds for each income classification, and take into consideration updates to the GNI-per-capita data for certain countries published by the World Bank in December 2013.
Eligible Countries List
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