Fact sheet on Global Fund STC Policy and the World Bank Transition Checklist
This fact sheet would serve as a tool to increase the knowledge of MSM and Transgender community, to ensure an informed community response in the transition planning process. The STC provides a framework for safeguarding the long-term sustainability of HIV programmes and successful transition away from donor dependence. As part of this process, the Global Fund recommends that countries and communities conduct transition readiness assessments and elaborate transition work plans, in order to facilitate well-planned and successful transitions. This process includes the assessment of health care financing and potential fiscal space, the role and sustainability of civil society (social contracting), and recommendations that this process be grounded in meaningful community engagement.
WERE WE ENGAGED MEANINGFULLY?: Synthesis of APCOM’s Multi-Country Report on MSM and Transgender Engagement in the Global Fund’s Funding Model Country Processes
A regional synthesis of multi-country assessments of MSM and transgender communities’ meaningful engagements in the country processes of the Global Fund Funding Model. From 2015 to 2018, APCOM facilitated eight (8) in-country assessments to document and present the experiences of key populations and the quality of their engagements in the Global Fund Funding Model. The sets of information are gathered from Bhutan, Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Pakistan, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, and Timor-Leste. The key population involved in these assessments are the men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender communities.
Scoping Reports: The involvement of the MSM and Transgender community with the Global Fund New Funding Model Country Processes
The Scoping Reports aim to assess the level of knowledge and understanding of the MSM and transgender community on the Global Fund Country Processes; the level of engagement of the MSM and transgender community with the country dialogues; the level of engagement of the MSM and transgender community with the Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM); andthe level of engagement of the community with the Global Fund Country Teams.