La Moldavie, un exemple de transition de l'argent du Fonds mondial vers les OSC via le gouvernement, selon une étude de l'ONUSIDA

28 Jul 2016
Les gouvernements et les OSC discutent des mécanismes de sous-traitance des services aux OSC

Actuellement, plusieurs OSC nationales en Moldavie fournissent des services aux populations vulnérables clés, ainsi que les personnes vivant avec le VIH.

Исследование ЮНЭЙДС приводит Молдову в качестве примера распределения денег Глобального Фонда на ОГО через правительственные инстанции

18 Jul 2016
Правительства и ОГО обсуждают механизмы суб-конракта на сервисы ОГО

В настоящее время в Молдове существует несколько национальных ОГО, предоставляющих сервисы уязвимым и ключевым группам населения и людям, живущим с ВИЧ. Эти сервисы включают в себя психо-социальную поддержку, программную превенцию и снижение вреда.


UNAIDS study cites Moldova as an example of Global Fund money flowing through governments to CSOs

5 Jul 2016
Governments and CSOs discuss mechanisms to sub-contract services to CSOs

Currently there are several national CSOs in Moldova providing services to vulnerable and key populations and people living with HIV. These services include psychosocial support, prevention programming, and harm reduction. Funding for this work has come predominately from The Global Fund and has been administered by an NGO principal recipient, the Center for Health Policies and Studies.


Nigeria awaits enshrining of anti-discrimination bill into law

3 Feb 2015
The bill would impose stiff penalties on anyone found to be depriving HIV-positive people access to services

Nigeria is watching as President Goodluck Jonathan considers whether to sign a groundbreaking anti-discrimination bill that would impose harsh punishment on those who would erect barriers to access to services for the country's 3.5 million people living with HIV.


Morocco's open campaign against a secret epidemic starts with diagnosis

27 Oct 2014
Finding the estimated 20,000 people who are unknowing carriers of HIV is the key to containing the epidemic

Objectively, Morocco's HIV indicators paint a relatively reassuring picture of a country only grazed lightly by an epidemic that has had ruinous consequences elsewhere in Africa.


Strong partnership and strong will needed to avert public health crisis in Crimea

2 Apr 2014

by Karen Madoyan


Bosnia and Herzegovina hope that low prevalence means low risk

2 Apr 2014
The eventual phasing-out of Global Fund support in the country means other sources of income for critical outreach into vulnerable communities must be found, and soon

Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) will from December 2015 no longer be eligible for Global Fund financing as it is currently designated an upper middle-income country with low burden of disease.


Civil society urges increase in domestic spending on HIV across Eastern Europe and Central Asia

21 Jan 2014
The call comes amid heightened concern about anticipated cuts by Global Fund from 2016

A Georgia-based NGO has launched an online petition it hopes will attract regional support for a greater push by governments to fill the anticipated vacuum that will be left once the Global Fund no longer commits significant financial support to a majority of EECA countries.


Global Fund and UNAIDS urge Nigeria to reconsider new anti-gay law

20 Jan 2014
The law restricts gay and lesbian people from associating in public and imposes jail time of up to 14 years for same-sex unions

The law passed the Nigerian national assembly in May 2013 but President Goodluck Jonathan resisted signing it until early January, doing so with little fanfare as he knew the likely firestorm it would provoke among Nigeria’s development partners.


African HIV programming failing to respond to acute needs of sexual minorities

6 Jan 2014
The studies show that MSM in the region have specific HIV acquisition and transmission risks that differ from those of the general population

Global Fund efforts to target key affected populations including sexual minorities in the fight against HIV may continue to face an uphill battle in sub-Saharan Africa, new studies have shown, because of prevailing stigma and marginalization even within existing programming.