Global Fund Technical Brief HIV Programming for Adolescent Girls and Young Women in High-HIV Burden Settings
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What is more, this brief provides guidance to Global Fund applicants and implementers to strategically invest Global Fund resources towards their national response to AGYW in the 2020-2022 funding cycle, replacing previous guidance issued in 2017. It reflects new evidence, updated normative guidance, and lessons learned from current programs.
- To place Global Fund’s support for AGYW within the broader national response for this group, ensuring Global Fund grants effectively contribute to national programs.
- To provide a summary of the latest normative guidance and tools from technical partners for the design, delivery and M&E of investments for AGYW.
- To provide practical considerations for including and implementing AGYW-focused activities in Global Fund grants, and addressing common challenges based on learnings from Global Fund-supported AGYW programs over the last two years.
- To highlight opportunities for leveraging Global Fund funding to support AGYW programs in the 2020-2022 funding cycle.
- To highlight opportunities for stronger engagement of AGYW throughout the country dialogue process in Global Fund-supported programs.
The audience for this brief includes all stakeholders implementing AGYW programs supported by Global Fund grants (including Principal Recipients, sub-Recipients and other stakeholders); Global Fund Country Coordination Mechanisms (CCMs); government agencies, policy makers and program planners working on processes and interventions to support the health and well-being of adolescents and young people; civil society and community-based organizations advocating for, engaging in or implementing policies and programs relevant for adolescents and young women’s health and well-being; and technical partners and agencies providing technical assistance to countries to strengthen national Global Fund-related processes for developing funding requests and implementing programs.
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