The 2015 Partnership Forum provides a unique opportunity for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis & Malaria to reach out to a wide range of stakeholders for consultation and inputs as it develops its 2017 – 2021 Strategy. The theme of the 2015 Partnership Forum is “Shaping our future: Collaborating for a Healthier World”.
The Bangkok Partnership Forum, the second in this series of consultations, will bring together 130 participants from countries in the Middle East and North Africa*, West and South Asia, East Asia and the Pacific. Participation at the Partnership Forum is by invitation only, and stakeholders are invited to put forward nominations.
The Partnership Forum will include key Global Fund stakeholders — including civil society and community representatives, representatives of implementers and in-country stakeholders, representatives of stakeholders with an existing governing, funding or assurance role and global and regional stakeholders and partners. Priority will be given to in-country partners, and to ensuring a balance of voices from different stakeholder groups.
Selection of nominees is the responsibility of the relevant Global Fund oversight committee.
This call is for nominations from local, regional and international civil society and community organisations and networks.
Nominations should be submitted using the following link to the Partnership Forum nomination form http://goo.gl/forms/OzhM2b9BT6 and submitted on-line. Further questions may be addressed via email to: email@example.com. If you cannot access the on-line form, a paper version may be requested using the above email address.
If you have any questions about the nomination process, please contact the Strategy Development and Partnership Forum team at the Global Fund on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that there is a 2 day pre-meeting organised by the CRG department of the Global Fund on the 22nd and 23rd June, with a half day debrief on the 26th June.
W4GF urges advocates working on programming on women and girls, and in advancing women’s rights to actively apply.
For further information, please refer to this information note.