Developing Country NGO Delegation at the 41st Global Fund Board Meeting
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The Developing Country NGO delegation to the Board of the Global Fund is a voting constituency that represents NGOs from the developing world, serving those living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, TB, & Malaria. The delegation seeks to influence decisions and policies to ensure strategic, continuous and appropriate responsiveness to the needs of those affected by the three diseases and the NGOs providing services to them.
The Developing Country NGO Delegation participated actively in the biannual Board Meeting of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, held on 15 and 16 May 2019 in Geneva, Switzerland. The Delegation advocated for human rights and gender to be embedded across the Fund’s work, ensuring that investments are allocated to where they are most needed and can have the most impact on the targets, and oversight of programming.
It’s Statement covers the position on embedding human rights and gender, allocation methodology and catalytic investments, the involvement of civil society in the Fund, and introducing our new delegation leadership.
To find out more about the role of the Developing Country NGO Delegation at the 41st Global Fund Board Meeting and it’s Statement,please read the full version of the document.
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