CRG + APCRG

Learn more about CRG, or “communities, rights, and gender”, and how it can improve country responses to address HIV, TB, and malaria. As the Asia-Pacific Regional Platform on CRG (APCRG), we hope to deliver to timely and relevant information and tools to promote the inclusion of CRG interventions in HIV, TB, and malaria programs.

Read more about CRG and APCRG here.

CRG UPDATES

Global Fund Country Results Profiles

Global Fund Country Results Profiles

In February 2019, The Global Fund released results profiles of 22 high-burden countries, including nine (9) high-burden countries in Asia and the Pacific. These results profiles can be downloaded through each country's "Documentation" section. At the same time, you...

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GLOBAL FUND UPDATES

Global Fund Country Results Profiles

In February 2019, The Global Fund released results profiles of 22 high-burden countries, including nine (9) high-burden countries in Asia and the Pacific. These results profiles can be downloaded through each country's "Documentation" section. At the same time, you...

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Global Fund releases Eligibility List 2019

Global Fund releases its 2019 Eligibility List based on eligibility criteria: Income classification (based on World Bank [Atlas Method]) with classifications Low Income Countries (LICs), Lower-Middle Income Countries (LMICs), and UpperMiddle Income Countries (UMICs)...

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CCM Evolution update: CCM Evolution Phased Approach

In May 2018, the Global Fund Board approved a phased roll-out of CCM Evolution. The phased implementation consists of: Rolling-out a set of proposed activities in four areas of improvement Beginning scale up with a limited set of countries during this allocation...

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Join our list-serve to get access to community-friendly content on communities, rights, and gender. These include:

  • Up-to-date information on the Global Fund, especially on developments that affect civil society, communities, and key populations;
  • Resources and tools to improve awareness on CRG and enhance the inclusion of CRG-related interventions in country programs on HIV, TB, and malaria;
  • Calls for CRG-related engagements and technical assistance opportunities for civil society, communities, and key populations; and
  • Regular updates from APCRG.