To help collect additional input about post-2015 global goals from people working to end the HIV epidemic, International Civil Society Support (ICSS) sponsored a webinar series, a global e-survey and an in-person meeting during December 2012 and January 2013.
International Civil Society Support (ICSS) convened consultations with civil society on the “Investment Framework” in Thailand and Tanzania in 2012, in collaboration with the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS). The Bangkok consultation was also supported by the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, the Asia Pacific Council of AIDS Service Organisations (APCASO) and the Asia Pacific Network of People Living with HIV (APN+).
In the context of discussions on the need for and development of a dedicated funding mechanism for HIV/AIDS civil society and community networks – the Networks Capacity Building Fund – a group of global and regional networks reviewed the core elements of civil society and community contributions to HIV at the global, regional but especially the country level against the background of recent major shifts aimed re-shaping and transforming the overall policy framework for the HIV response globally. The meeting analysed and reflected on the added value that global and regional networks can bring at different levels in re-shaping the HIV response overall but especially through supporting civil society and communities at country level.
July 2010 – This report brings together civil society advocates’ evaluation of past performance of the governments in their respective countries (for 2008-2010) and the contributions asked from these governments for 2011-2013 in the context of the 3rd Replenishment Process of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.