Roundtable “Rain or Shine II: Community Engagement in the Global Fund’s COVID-19 Response Mechanism in 2021”
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A Global Civil Society and Community Roundtable
27 January 2022, 3:00-5:00 (Central European Time)
Convened by the Six Regional Platforms, part of the Community, Rights and Gender Strategic Initiative
- Share experiences and take stock of lessons learned from community engagement in C19RM funding request development in 2021.
- Discuss how civil society and community groups can remain engaged throughout C19RM grant implementation, including what kinds of technical support are available for this.
- Strategize about how to ensure civil society and community groups are effective during country dialogue for the 2023-2025 allocation period (NFM4), based on learning from C91RM.
- Continue to define civil society’s comparative advantage in pandemic preparedness and response, in line with the Global Fund’s new strategy for 2023-2028.
- CRG Strategic Initiative partners
- Civil society and community groups engaged in C19RM processes at country and regional level
- Civil society members of Country Coordinating Mechanisms (CCMs)
- Global Fund Secretariat staff (CRG Department, GMD, CCM Hub, etc.)
- Technical partners (UNAIDS, Stop TB Partnership, WHO, RBM Partnership)
- The roundtable will be conducted in English. Simultaneous translation will be available in Arabic, French, Russian and Spanish.
- The roundtable will be hosted virtually, on Zoom.
Please register in advance for this meeting:
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More information about the event including its draft agenda available here:
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