Strengthening Community Engagement in Global Fund Processes through the Community, Rights and Gender Strategic Initiative
This joint case study was jointly developed by the six Regional Platforms to document impact against one of their key CRG SI objectives: To support strategic community capacity strengthening initiatives by fostering spaces for engagement, collective participation, and learning within key decision-making processes, in particular as they relate to community, rights, and gender.
The six Regional Platforms are in a unique position to gather data from diverse communities and express the global impact of the CRG SI. It is hoped that this case study will help measure progress against key operational objectives in the Global Fund’s Strategy 2017-2022, as well as contribute timely and relevant information to inform Global Fund Board decisions about catalytic funding priorities for the 2020-2022 funding cycle.
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