Grant Cycle 7 (previously named New Funding Model 4), recently released by the Global Fund, represents its most ambitious strategy yet to center people and communities in its goal to end AIDS, TB, and malaria by 2030.
These changes will create important opportunities in the coming year for key and vulnerable communities to engage with mechanisms of decision-making, program implementation, and community oversight at the country level.
In this webinar we will share and discuss strategies for tackling harmful policies and practices and build new partnerships between civil society and communities and work towards health equity, gender equality, and human rights. Join GATE, CS4ME, the LAC Platform, and TB Women to learn about key opportunities for community engagement and entry points and priorities for TB, Malaria, and HIV.
Moderator: Mahri Bahati, GATE, HIV Programme Officer
- Amanda Banda, Global Fund
- Anuar Luna, Vía Libre/LAC Platform, Technical Coordinator
- Maurine Murenga, TB Women Global, Coordinator
- Javier Hourcade Bellocq, Platform HIV2025, Executive Coordinator
|Date: Wednesday, 14 December 2022||Time: 0900 EST | 1500 CET | 2100 ICT|
|Duration: 90 minutes||Languages: English, simultaneous interpretation into French, Spanish, Russian|
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Please note: The Global Fund has updated the language from New Funding Model 4 (NFM4) to Grant Cycle 7 (GC7)