With the beginning of 2020, we can interpret that the ten-year countdown begins to reach Universal Health Coverage (CUS) in our countries.
This section shares significant or recent information about the Global Fund (guidelines, new funding schemes and other relevant topics), as well as information about civil society and communities participation in national and regional responses to HIV and AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
16 January 2020 –
Launch of the updated Global Plan to End TB 2018-2022 in Jakarta; from L-R: Lucica Ditiu, Executive Director Stop TB Partnership, Suvanand Sahu, Deputy Executive Director,
By: Javier Hourcade Bellocq
January 27, 2020 (Toronto, Canada and Caracas, Venezuela) – On January 16,
George Ayala is founding executive director of MPact Global Action for Gay Men’s Health and Rights,
Gaps in public financing for health can be met by eliminating tax dodging and implementing progressive taxation; health and development must be protected from the growing impact of debt
Author: Kataisee RichardsonGlobal Fund-supported mechanisms in the region need to be better harmonized
Transition and sustainability are critical issues in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC),
Author: Ann Ithibu
43 countries expected to submit malaria funding requests in the first two application windows
A workshop to prepare countries that are eligible for Global Fund malaria funding in the 2020-2022 funding cycle,
Author: Aidspan Staff
The Global Fund recently published on its website the 2020 Eligibility List of countries eligible to receive an allocation in the next funding cycle.
Author: Samuel Muniu
Updated transitions list projects 12 countries becoming ‘upper-middle-income’ by 2028
According to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS,
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).