Global Fund Webinar: the Tailored for Focused Portfolios and Tailored for Transition Application Approaches
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The next round of webinars will be on the different application approaches for the 2020-2022 Allocation Period.
Focused and Transition: For those who are involved in supporting the development of funding requests for a Focused portfolio country, the Global Fund will be offering a webinar on the Tailored for Focused Portfolios and Tailored for Transition Application Approaches on Tuesday 12 November at 9 a.m. CET or at 4 p.m. CET (GMT+1)
Join Zoom Meeting for 9 a.m. CET for Tailored for Transition and Tailored for Focused Portfolios Application Approaches: https://theglobalfund.zoom.us/j/859080168
Join by Skype for Business for 9 a.m. CET for Tailored for Transition and Tailored for Focused Portfolios Application Approaches: https://theglobalfund.zoom.us/skype/859080168
Join Zoom Meeting for 4 p.m. CET for Tailored for Transition and Tailored for Focused Portfolios Application Approaches: https://theglobalfund.zoom.us/j/344496670
Join by Skype for Business for 4 p.m. CET for Tailored for Transition and Tailored for Focused Portfolios Application Approaches: https://theglobalfund.zoom.us/skype/344496670
Content for each different webinar will be identical for the morning and afternoon sessions. For those unable to attend either session, recordings of webinars will be available on the Global Fund’s iLearn platform.
Information shared during this session is open to anyone generally interested in learning more about the 2020-2022 allocation period, but is designed for technical partners, technical assistance providers, civil society partners and others supporting the application process in-country.
For further information on Applying for Funding resources, please click here.
If you have any questions or suggestions, please write to A2Ftraining@theglobalfund.org.
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