W4GF Webinars

Please see below the list of webinars planned and the previous webinars. If you would like to get involved in our events please do not hesitate to contact us.

Up and Coming Webinars


W4GF has organised a series of three webinars around the Global Funds 7th Replenishment. The Global Fund raises funds in three-year cycles known as Replenishments. ​ 92% of the total funding comes from donor governments and the remaining funding comes from the private sector, foundations and innovative financing initiatives. The Global Fund is currently in its 7th Replenishment cycle that will cover its implementation for the period 2023-2025.​ There are two important events that mark the replenishment process. These are the preparatory meeting and the pledging conference. The Global Fund has explained in its Investment Case at a Glance,  that it needs at least US$18 billion to deliver the new Global Fund Strategy (2023–2028) and get back on track in the responses to HIV, TB and malaria.  Read more here. The next two webinars take place at the following times:

June 2022

Update on pledging for the Global Funds 7th Replenishment
Tuesday 14 June: 11:00 – 12:30 CAT 

This webinar will provide an update of where we are now in terms of the pledging (keep an eye on GFANs pledging tracker) and what more needs to be done as we go into the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting 2022, to take place during the week of 20 June 2022 in Kigali, Rwanda. W4GF advocates will be helping to raise money for the Global Fund to reduce inequities in health services by addressing gender-related and human rights barriers to access. Register here and we can secure the time in your calendar.

August 2022

Count down to the replenishment pledging conference
Tuesday 16 August: 11:00 – 12:30 CAT 

This webinar will provide another update – and will be roughly one month away from the pledging conference and outline what more is required in terms of our advocacy and attention. The pledging conference takes place several months after the preparatory meeting, in September 2022, with specific dates and venue to be announced. At this meeting the Global Fund announces the amount of money that donors have committed to giving over the next three years. Register here and we can secure the time in your calendar.


Previous / Past Webinars

May 2022

UNDERSTANDING THE GLOBAL FUND’S SEVENTH REPLENISHMENT

On Tuesday 17 May 68 people gathered to understand the Global Fund 7th replenishment. Participants were joined by the Global Fund Secretariat, the Global Fund Advocates Network (GFAN), GFAN Africa and GFAN Asia-Pacific.

Click here to listen to the webinar recording and access the slides shared.


April 2022

THEME: ÉVALUATION GENRE DE LA RIPOSTE AU VIH AU MAROC:
QUELLES SOT LES NOUVELLES PERSPECTIVES ?

On Friday 15 April 57 people joined this webinar to explore the gender assessment that took place in Morocco. More details are available in French here. Special thanks to the Global Funds Community Rights and Gender Communications Platform in the MENA Region for suppprting technical issues and providing translation into English, French and Arabic

To listen to the webinar recording here. Notes will follow


November 2021

A FOCUS ON JAMAICA: THE PARTNERSHIP TO END ALL FORMS OF STIGMA & DISCRIMINATION: ARE THE RIGHTS OF WOMEN & GIRLS IN JAMAICA ADDRESSED?

On Monday 22 November 34 people joined this webinar to explore how the Global Partnership to Eliminate all forms of HIV-related Stigma and Discrimination (the Global Partnership) is addressing the rights of women and girls in Jamaica.  View all webinar details

More information -Listen to the webinar, access the slides and a note for the record.

A FOCUS ON UGANDA: THE PARTNERSHIP TO END ALL FORMS OF STIGMA & DISCRIMINATION: ARE THE RIGHTS OF WOMEN & GIRLS IN UGANDA ADDRESSED?

On Wednesday, 11 November 60 people joined this webinar to explore how the Global Partnership to Eliminate all forms of HIV-related Stigma and Discrimination (the Global Partnership) is addressing the rights of women and girls in Uganda.  View all webinar details

More information – To listen to the webinar & to access the slides and key documents

OCTOBER 2021

HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THE GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP TO ELIMINATE ALL FORMS OF HIV-RELATED STIGMA & DISCRIMINATION?

On Tuesday 5 October 53 people joined this webinar to explore the Global Partnership to Eliminate all forms of HIV-related Stigma and Discrimination (The Global Partnership) and how it connects to the Global Fund?  View all webinar details

More information – To listen to the webinar & to access the slides and key documents


SEPTEMBER 2021

EXPLORING THE GLOBAL FUND STRATEGY NARRATIVE 2023 – 2028

On Wednesday 8 September 58 people joined this webinar to explore the narrative of the Strategy Framework 2023 – 2028 which was circulated confidentially on 1 September for Board constituency review and input.  This discussion enabled us to understand what is in the Strategy Framework narrative and provide feedback to the Global Fund on specific areas related to gender, women and girls. To view all webinar details included below click here

To listen to the webinar recording click here & click here to access the document that was submitted to the Delegations as feedback on the Strategy Narrative


AUGUST 2021

UPDATE ON GLOBAL FUND STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT PROCESS

On 12 August, 34 people joined the W4GF Strategy Development Working Group to recieve an update on the approved Strategy Framework – See more details here

To listen to the webinar recording click here & click here as a reminder of the overall process


MAY 2021

WOMEN ENGAGE IN THE COVID-19 RESPONSE MECHANISM (C19RM)

Three webinars took place in English, French and Spanish on 6 and 7 May. See more details here

More details English, French and Spanish


APRIL 2021

STRENGTHENING GENDER IN THE GLOBAL TB RESPONSE

On 15 April, 34 people joined a this webinar organised together with the Stop TB Partnership and TB Women – See more details here


MARCH 2021

UPDATE ON THE GLOBAL FUND COVID-19 RESPONSE MECHANISM

On 16 March, 63 people joined this W4GF webinar organised together with the Global Fund and UNAIDS see more details here


NOVEMBER 2020

WOMEN AND HARM REDUCTION: A FORGOTTEN POPULATION

On 5 November Harm Reduction International and W4GF organised a joint webinar. 33 participants joined to discuss harm reduction that works for women and the Global Fund’s response.


OCTOBER 2020

WHEN THE STARS ALIGN: COMMUNITY SYSTEMS STRENGTHENING, HUMAN RIGHTS & GENDER EQUALITY

On the 13 October W4GF organised a second webinar (a series of two) in partnership with APCASO and Eastern Africa National Networks of AIDS and Health Service Organisations (EANNASO) to know more about community systems strengthening (CSS) and to engage with the Global Fund Secretariat and partners. 


SEPTEMBER 2020

LEVERAGING COMMUNITY SYSTEMS STRENGTHENING TO PROMOTE AND PROTECT HUMAN RIGHTS AND GENDER EQUALITY

On 8 September 2020, in partnership with APCASO and EANNASO organised a webinar on Community Systems Strengthening (CSS).


TRAINING ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND GENDER-BASED APPROACHES IN MALARIA PROGRAMMING, COMMUNITY SYSTEMS STRENGTHENING TO THE MALARIA CONSTITUENCIES IN ANGLOPHONE AFRICA

On 15 September 2020, organised by EANNASO, The Anglophone Africa community, rights and gender Communication platforms and Impact Sant Afrique, CS4ME – W4GF engaged in this webinar.


JULY 2020

HOW MUCH PROGRESS ARE WE MAKING ON GENDER EQUITY?

On 27 July 2020, 41 participants joined the W4GF webinar to highlight community reflections from Window 2 and to review progress on gender equality. 


MAY 2020

WOMEN ENGAGE IN THE GLOBAL FUND STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT PROCESS

On 27 May 2020, 38 participants joined W4GF in partnership with Developing countries NGO Delegation hosted the webinar to enable women to engage in and understand the Global Fund Strategy Development Process

REFLECTIONS FROM WINDOW 1: HOW ARE WE DOIGN ON WOMEN AND GIRLS?

On 8 May 2020, 16 participants joined the W4GF webinar to learn from women that engaged to develop their national funding requests in this new allocation cycle of Window 1