From 27-29 October 2013, nearly 20 individuals with extensive experience on TB advocacy, from 13 countries, met in Paris, in the margins of the Lung Union conference to focus on gender equality and the Global Fund
Robin discusses why the UK's £1billion for the Global Fund is not only very generous but very clever in her post for the Huffington Post.
Robin discusses putting Global Health back on the G8 agenda in her post for the Huffington Post.
Robin discusses 'Why the Baby Cure story means we need more money for the Global Fund' in her post for the Huffington Post.
Robin asks 'Is an HIV free generation an achievable aim?' in her post for the British Medical Journal Blogs.
As part of the support to the Global Fund reviewing gender transformative responses to AIDS, ASAP undertook a country case study in Zambia in September 2012, in addition to undertaking a detailed desk review of nine countries programmes.
ASAP is undertaking a review for the Global Fund, with UN Women, to assess the extent to which countries are implementing gender-responsive HIV programming, in light of the Global Fund’s Gender Equality Strategy.
Four Thought is a BBC Radio 4 series of talks in which speakers give a personal viewpoint recorded in front of an audience at the RSA in London.
Since late 2010, ASAP’s Director has worked closely with the three co-founders of mothers2mothers, their leadership team and Board to undertake a substantial, systematic, scale-up of advocacy activities. Work included development of a strategic plan and identifying key intervention points.
ASAP provided extensive support – including organization, facilitation, analysis and report-writing – for a series of four consultations with representatives of more than 70 countries implementing grants from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. This series of meetings was designed to support Implementers to engage effectively with the Global Fund Board and...
In November 2011, ASAP’s Director Robin Gorna facilitated the first ever global meeting of transgender activists from the developing world. The goal was to develop better mechanisms for dialogue between transgender people from developing nations and the UN and the Global Fund. Discussion centred on the health and human rights challenges that transgender people face,...
Development of a new funding mechanism to support global and regional civil society networks focusing on HIV. ASAP designed The Robert Carr Civil Society Networks Fund to secure stronger funding flows for civil society networks. The design process also assisted networks to help define and focus their work so as to create tangible benefits for...