Publications

The EECA Resource Center is aimed to gather all necessary information about issues on communities, rights, gender, technical assistance and anything, connected to activities of the Global Fund and other donors in the region. Here you will find publications, videos, links to learning courses and a lot of other useful information. We are always open to your suggestions, comments and will be happy to post your resources in our Resource Center.

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Implementing and scaling up programmes to remove human rights-related barriers to HIV services

On April Frontline AIDS presented a Practical guidance to programming aimed at removing human rights-barriers to HIV services. This guide has been developed to support implementers to plan, roll out and scale up effective, evidence-informed programmes to remove human rights-related barriers to HIV services.

Report: “Consultation and Regional Forum on the Provision of Global Fund-related Technical Assistance for CSOs and communities in the EECA region – how to make it work better?”

This report describes the status of the Global Fund Community, Rights and Gender Technical Assistance Programme (CRG TA Programme) and other related support and provides options about how to improve these opportunities and their utilisation in Eastern Europe and Central Asia as on November 2019. 

Technical brief on HIV and key populations “Programming at scale with sex workers, men who have sex with men, transgender people, people who inject drugs, and people in prison and other closed settings”

The purpose of this technical brief is to provide information for countries preparing funding requests for comprehensive programs that address the cascade of HIV prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and care for the following key populations: • male, female, and transgender sex workers • gay men and other men who have sex with men • transgender people […]

Technical Brief: Gender Equity

Gender equity means that everyone has an opportunity to attain their full health and wellbeing according to their respective needs, with no one disadvantaged due to gender norms, roles and relationships.

Tuberculosis, Gender and Human Rights Technical Brief

The Global Fund’s strategy includes an objective about “Promoting and protecting human rights and gender equality”, recognizing the urgent need to eliminate health disparities among men, women, adolescent girls and boys, and transgender people.

Theory and practice of involving non-governmental stakeholders in CCM activities, based on practices in selected countries of Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Theory and practice of involving non-governmental stakeholders in CCM activities Based on practices in selected countries of Eastern Europe and Central Asia Increasingly, non-governmental CCM members are elected from within their constituencies following selection procedures developed by these constituencies and as required by the Global Fund CCM Guidelines.