Key Population Financing Project Key Documents
In 2015, ARASA and the International Treatment Preparedness Coalition's (ITPC) Key Population Financing project, with support from the Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund, embarked on a Key Population Financing project. The project involves the engagement of key populations in in-country Global Fund processes such as Country Co-ordinating Mechanisms (CCMs) in order to increase domestic funding for Key Populations in Botswana, Malawi and Tanzania.
Since 2015, the project has provided financial and technical support to national coalitions of Key Populations and people living with HIV organisations in the three focus countries to implement activities to strengthen key population advocacy for the best use of Global Fund resources and sustainable funding for HIV and TB.
The programme continues to support partners to monitor the implementation of Global Fund and PEPFAR programmes in the three countries and advocate allocation and use of resources for policies and programmes that benefit their communities.
Below are some key documents from the Key Populations Financing project: