WEBINAR: Short-Term Technical Assistance to support community engagement in the development of new funding requests for the next Global Fund funding cycle 2023 – 2025
- 25.07.2022 22:22
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When: 29th of July, 2.30 pm Kyiv time
Length: 1 hour
Language: Russian with simultaneous translation into English
How to access: please register at https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIkf-GhpzosGtcv0LNhy1DbnNnvgOr_4YIZ
- Maria Golovanevskaya, Senior Program Officer, Community Engagement, CRG SI 2020-2022, The Global Fund
- Ivan Varentsov, Coordinator of the EECA Regional Platform for Communication and Coordination
Aim: to inform the civil society and communities’ representatives in EECA about the Short-Term Technical Assistance available within the Global Fund’s Community Engagement Strategic Initiative (formerly known as Community, Rights and Gender Strategic Initiative) to support civil society engagement into the development of new funding requests for the Global Fund grants for the next allocation period 2023 – 2025 (NFM4).
Target audience: NGO and communities’ representatives from the EECA countries eligible to receive an allocation for the 2023 – 2025 cycle.
- Brief overview of the Global Fund’s Community Engagement Strategic Initiative and its short-term TA component
- Reviewing adaptions to the short-term TA program to support community engagement during NFM4:
- Overview of short-term TA support for NFM4, and steps to submit the TA request
- Overview of the revised TA Request form for NFM4
- Current list of TA Providers
- The EECA Regional Platform and its role in supporting CE SI short-term TA
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