This Call to Action was developed by 35 participants at the recent meeting (October 27 – 28th) in Amsterdam supported by International Civil Society Support and Open Society Foundations. The meeting Financing HIV and TB Services and Advocacy in Middle Income Countries: Developing an Action Plan and this Call to Action will be followed by a detailed advocacy strategy to mobilise and unite our communities and fight the failures of our governments from both north and south to honour their commitments. This activism is rooted in global solidarity between low, middle, and high-income countries.
Read the Call to Action here – sign on & join by emailing email@example.com
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The Global Fund’s new Strategy (Investing to End Epidemics) 2017-2022 underscores the sustainability of programs, including successful transition of the Global Fund out of middle-income countries (MIC) and yet globally, 70% of people living in poverty are from MIC.
To understand the Global Fund Sustainability, Transition and Co-financing Policy check out this EANNASO resource here.
The Global Fund has also recently released the 2017 eligibility lists and the list of projected transitions from Global Fund Support by 2025.