14 Jul 2010

The Civil Society Action Team (CSAT) has issued an action alert for the Global Fund"s Round 10. The action alert contains guidance on how civil society organisations can get involved in the CCM proposal development process. It also discusses the choice that HIV/AIDS applicants face between applying under the regular Round 10 funding stream and applying under the new MARPS (most-at-risk populations) funding stream.

The action alert also describes other features of Round 10, including grant consolidation and the increased emphasis on community systems strengthening, and on interventions to address gender inequalities and issues related to sexual identities.

The action alert is available in English, French, Spanish and Russian at www.csactionteam.org.

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