What’s New and Different for the 2020-2022 Allocation Period


The Global Fund’s Access to Funding Department recently shared that the Global Fund is hosting a series of important webinars over the next few months that will focus on What’s New and Different for the 2020-2022 Allocation Period.

Understanding all of this will be essential to your preparation and engagement at W4GF Advocates in the next funding cycle.

To kick off, there will be two separate trainings on the 2020-2022 Application Process. You are encouraged to attend one of these events:

  • For those who are new to the Global Fund application process or have not been through the funding request stage of the funding cycle, the Global Fund offer you An Overview of the Application Process on Tuesday 17 September at 0900 CET or at 1600 CET (GMT+1).
  • For those are familiar with the funding request process, the Global Fund offer you What’s New and Different for the 2020-2022 Allocation Period. This will be held on Tuesday 24 September at 0900 CET or at 1600 CET (GMT+1).

Details of how to log into the webinars is available here

Content will be identical for both morning and evening sessions of the webinars. For those unable to attend either session, recordings of webinars will be available on the Global Fund’s iLearn platform. First-time users need to complete the registration process before using the platform. 

Information shared during this session is open to anyone interested in learning more about the 2020-2022 allocation period, but is designed for technical partners, technical assistance providers, civil society partners and others supporting the application process in-country.

To access the call details, please view the message below. Please note that the meeting call in information is unique for each of the sessions.

For further information and to access the Global Fund Guidance Notes on Applying for Funding, please click here. If you have any questions or suggestions, please write to A2Ftraining@theglobalfund.org.

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