On June 21st, we held a mentorship session with 17 women, adolescents and girls from Ghana. We provided technical support and advocacy tools and enhanced their capacities and advocacy skills to lead national processes and influence the 2023-2025 Allocation Cycle.
Within this context, W4GF is dedicated to making the current Global Fund Strategy (2023-2028) accessible and comprehensible. This effort particularly emphasizes disseminating the significance of catalytic investments to expedite progress in reducing new infections, tackling structural obstacles for improved outcomes in HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria, and promoting equity, sustainability, and enduring influence.
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