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This short information note is designed to support those involved in the development of concept notes, applications and grants for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, and for the implementation of comprehensive and effective HIV responses more broadly. The target audience includes Country Coordinating Mechanisms, grant recipients, civil society representatives, advocates, and proposal writers. This document has been developed by the International Drug Policy Consortium (IDPC), the International HIV/ AIDS Alliance and the Open Society Foundations, and with input from colleagues at the Global Fund and other partners.

The case study was prepared between March and July 2015. EHRN collected and reviewed a range of background materials, and developed a detailed questionnaire to gather input from Serbian organizations that have received Global Fund support for harm reduction programs.

Advocacy materials

The number of new HIV infections in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA) continues to grow, with people who inject drugs (PWID) and their sexual partners disproportionately affected by the epidemic. To address this challenge, the Eurasian Harm Reduction Network (EHRN), with support from the USAID- and PEPFAR-funded Health Policy Project (HPP), developed a suite of easy-to-use, Excel-based tools, available in Russian and English. Civil society organizations advocating harm reduction services can use them to estimate past expenditure levels, future resource needs, and potential funding gaps using local costs of services and products.

This document is a brief summary of key themes relating to the response to HIV and TB in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA) - and positions on a range of issues within each theme - that should be reflected in the new Global Fund Strategy 2017–2021, as stated by civil society and communities’ representatives from the EECA region.

A Position Statement from the “Communities and Civil Society Consultation on the Global Fund Strategy 2017 - 2021 and 5th Replenishment” convened by the Communities Delegation on the Board of the Global Fund and co-organised by the Global Fund Advocates Network Asia-Pacific.

This briefing paper is intended to provide a starting point to help bridge gaps in understanding the important issues faced by women who use drugs in their interactions with law enforcement authorities in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA). The aim is to facilitate much improved interactions and future cooperation, thereby supporting the prioritization of public health approaches in drug policing. 

This document produced by ICCS1 and ICASO2 provides a list of the key recommendations made during civil society consultations held to provide input into the development of the GF strategic plan 2017-21.

This position paper summarizes strategic priorities for discussions on the Global Funds new strategy as identified by the Communities Delegation, the Developing and the Developed Countries NGO delegations. This paper is aimed to be used during the upcoming Partnership Forum in Addis Ababa and other consultation opportunities and will be further refined with inputs following the first Partnership Forum.

The purpose of this Advocacy Alert is to share information with civil society about opportunities to shape the content of the 2017-2021 Global Fund Strategy.

Eurasian Harm Reduction Network (EHRN) aims to raise the issue of police violence against women who use drugs in the countries of Eastern Europe and Central Asia region and make a plea to the UN Committee on the Status of Women to look into the issue. Below are 7 complaints made by EHRN in regards to police violence against women who use drugs in Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Ukraine, and Russia. Submissions are based on complaints and testimonies of women who use drugs received by the EHRN and national partners within the framework of the regional campaign "Women against Violence" through the online platform: https://waveeca.crowdmap.com.

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