The Global Fund has supported the expansion of the regional project to 14 countries!
This request includes critical components of strengthening the role of the community networks in overcoming legal and other barriers in provision of the services to key populations within the national financing, strengthening monitoring of violations of the rights of key groups.
Thanks to this Global Fund decision, the project “Sustainability of services for key populations in EECA region” includes now 5 more countries in the South-Eastern Europe – Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania and Serbia. It will allow addressing the existing problems in the transition from donor to national financing. It is known, that the programs for key populations are the most vulnerable in the process of the transition. The project will be changing this situation for better.
It does not matter at what stage each partner joined the project. Thanks to joint efforts of all partners, including the regional key populations’ networks, SEE Regional Coordination Mechanism, powerful and very relevant program for our region has been managed. The Global Fund will finance this project ‘Sustainability of services for key populations in EECA region’ in the maximum possible amount – USD 13 million. The project will work in 14 countries in the Eastern Europe and Central Asia region – in the maximum number of countries!
There was not such an ambitious and large-scale project in the CEECA region before. The next three years will require a lot of efforts from all of organizations.
OIG Advisory Review on Removing human rights-related barriers: Operationalizing the human rights aspects of Global Fund Strategic Objective 3Stigma, discrimination and punitive laws and practices have long blocked national responses to HIV, TB and malaria. Recognizing that maximum impact in the fight against the three diseases cannot be achieved without taking the human rights of beneficiaries into account, the Global Fund has elevated its commitment to removing human rights-related barriers to accessing services […] Read more
The Global Fund Eligibility list for 2020The 2020 Eligibility List and the updated Projected Transitions List (to 2028) are now available on the Global Fund’s website. Post Views: 26 Read more
EHRA within its EECA Regional Platform has organized a Regional Working Forum to discuss the availability and provision of Global Fund-related Technical Assistance for CSOs and communities in the EECA regionThe Eurasian Harm Reduction Association (EHRA) hosts the EECA Regional Platform for Communication and Coordination since December 2017. Post Views: 224 Read more
Regional Platform – EECA
This web-resource is a part of new regional communication and coordination project “Regional Civil Society and Community Support, Coordination and Communication Platform - EECA”, implemented by Eurasian Harm Reduction Association (EHRA).