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Resistance in Côte d’Ivoire to funding of programmes for men who have sex with men

20 Jan 2014
A portion of some $92.8 million in Global Fund grants is being designated for targeted programming for key populations

Côte d’Ivoire is known throughout West Africa as the most tolerant country, where gay, lesbian and transgender people from all backgrounds do not have to fear the same kind of systematic violence or opprobrium that plagues them elsewhere in the region.

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Few Programmes Target Gay Men, Other MSM and Transgendered in Southern Africa, Study Says

4 Jun 2013

Despite the Global Fund’s progressive policies on the inclusion of gay men, other men who have sex with men and transgender individuals (GMT) in programmes supported by the Fund, only a tiny fraction of the money spent by the Fund in six countries in Southern Africa has targeted this population.

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New Report Describes Concerns of Civil Society Regarding the New Funding Model

6 May 2013

Civil society organisations (CSOs) and advocates for key population endorse the basic thrust of the new funding model (NFM), but are concerned about several aspects, according to a new report from the International Council of AIDS Service Organisations (ICASO).

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The Global Fund Should Move Now to Expand the Non-CCM Window

15 Nov 2010

When is the Global Fund finally going to make it easier for Non-CCMs to apply to the Fund to address the needs of vulnerable populations that have been left out of the national response?

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Applicants Can Submit a MARP Proposal in Round 10

21 May 2010

As mentioned in Article 1, Round 10 applicants from countries that have concentrated HIV/AIDS epidemics within "most-at-risk populations" (MARPs) have the option of applying for funding specifically for MARPs under a new funding stream.

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Study Assesses Global Fund Support for Human Rights Programming

18 May 2010

The Global Fund is supporting programmes that address HIV-related human rights issues; however, countries do not appear to be using this opportunity to establish and scale up all of the programmes needed to reduce stigma and discrimination and increase access to justice in national responses to HIV.

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Global Fund Board Concludes Stress-Free Meeting

14 Nov 2007

The Global Fund Board yesterday concluded a two-day meeting in Kunming, China. This was the first board meeting chaired by Rajat Gupta, former CEO of McKinsey & Co., and the first attended by Michel Kazatchkine since he settled in as the new Executive Director.

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