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

Recording Now Available! Rain or Shine : Meaningful Engagement in Global Fund Processes during COVID-19

Last November 5th, APCASO, as the APCRG host, along with the rest of the Global Fund Regional CRG Platforms convened a global civil society roundtable wherein almost 400 participants joined in the discussion to consolidate learning on meaningful community engagement...

Are OUR voices heard? Towards a more responsive CCM

This is the sixth and final blog in a series of case studies highlighting the results of the “Global Fund Realities on the Ground” a research study conducted by APCAS0’s APCRG Platform to measure civil society and communities’ experience when engaging in the key...

CALL for applications: Community, Rights and Gender (CRG) Advisory Group

SUBMIT CV AND EXPRESSION OF INTEREST TO [email protected] BY 07 OCTOBER 2020Background  The CRG Advisory Group was formed to provide advice to the Global Fund Secretariat on issues related to key populations, community systems strengthening, gender, and...

From the margins to the center of national disease programmes

This is the fifth in a series of case studies  highlighting the results of the “Global Fund Realities on the Ground” a research study conducted by APCAS0’s APCRG Platform to measure civil society and communities’ experience when engaging in the key stages of country...

Unifying Voices: How Sri Lankan civil society is engaging with the Global Fund

This is the fourth in a series of case studies  highlighting the results of the “Global Fund Realities on the Ground” a research study conducted by APCAS0’s APCRG Platform to measure civil society and communities’ experience when engaging in the key stages of country...
GLOBAL FUND UPDATES

Global Fund Updates on COVID-19

This unprecedented situation of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect significantly ongoing Global Fund implementation and Funding Request processes. This webpage will provide a summary of relevant news and updates from The Global Fund in relation to Global Fund...

Global Fund Key Submission Dates 2020-2022

KEY SUBMISSION DATES ARE COMING UP. IS YOUR COUNTRY READY? The Global Fund has begun its funding cycle for 2020-2022 to support country-level efforts on HIV and AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. An important first step is to find out which disease components  in your...

The Global Fund 6th Partnership Forums: Call for Civil Society participant nominations

DEADLINE OF SUBMISSIONS: 06 NOVEMBER 2020 The Global Fund is preparing to host its 6th Partnership Forums, to be held virtually in 2021. In this regard, they are currently seeking partners’ support to identify and nominate potential participants. The Bylaws of the...

TRP Lessons Learned: GLOBAL FUND 2020-2022 FUNDING CYCLE WINDOW 2 SUBMISSIONS

Part of the Technical Review Panel (TRP)'s responsibility is to share lessons learned and key findings from the ongoing Funding Request Review Processes of the Funding Requests being submitted every cycle. The Window 2 Submission Window of the 2020-2022 Funding Cycle...

Global Fund Eligibility List 2020

The Global Fund has updated its Eligibility List for 2020. This updated list is based on the same eligibility criteria: Income classification (based on updated 2019 World Bank classifications through the Atlas Method) with classifications Low Income Countries (LICs),...
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