Published by: LAC Platform
Document type: Guide
In this section we have selected a number of key documents that may be useful for civil organizations and communities in understanding and participating more actively in the Global Fund processes and programs. In addition, it aims to facilitate access to information on other initiatives related to community and civil society responses to HIV and AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
The report written by Dave Burrows, Gemma Oberth, Danielle Parsons and Lou McCallum, supported by UNAIDS, suggests that the transition process should be based on three sets of principles:
The document is designed to provide the countries key information and guidance for the implementation, developing concept notes for Malaria within the framework of the new model of the GF.
The article shows the results of a qualitative study carried out in Bahawalpur, Pakistan, and it explores the knowledge level of people affected by TB on their rights and responsibilities,
The Guide aims at providing decision makers and implementers in Malaria endemic countries, tools to advocate and mobilize resources for the implementation of programs at local level.
The Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Platform for Support, Coordination and Communication of Civil Society and Communities (LAC Platform), is an initiative driven by the CRAT VIA LIBRE – International HIV/AIDS Alliance and supported by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global Fund).
It is part of several interventions of the Global Fund to support and strengthen community and civil society participation at all levels within their processes. It is a component of the Special Initiative on Community, Rights and Gender (CRG).
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