Making the Global Fund More Effective & Efficient

Our Global Fund programming aims to :

  • Increase and improve the role and action of community sector organizations in Global Fund governance and implementation, particularly in country coordinating mechanisms (CCMs), country dialogue, and concept note development.
  • Increase the availability of high-quality evidence to support advocacy and accountability for community sector actors to undertake watchdog functions such as monitoring and advocacy.
  • Increase advocacy at the global level for greater accountability of all stakeholders and for more effective AIDS responses supported by the Global Fund.

ICASO has developed a number of tools to help civil society and key populations understand and engage with the Global Fund. Scroll down to access our resources.

To see our work at a glance check this out:



Community Responses and Community Systems Strengthening (CSS) Regional Proposals Transitions and Graduations Country Coordinating Mechanisms (CCM) Strategy 2017-2022

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Global Fund technical assistance for communities is available

As part of the Global Fund’s Community, Rights and Gender Strategic Initiative, the Technical Assistance Program provides support to civil society and community organizations…

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A Quarter for Prevention?

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is a major financier of national HIV responses and a vital source of prevention investments….

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How Civil Society and Communities Can Engage in the Global Fund Grant-making Processes

  This information note is an update of the alert prepared by ICASO in 2015 to provide advice to civil society and community groups…

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How to advocate for community responses and systems strengthening interventions in Global Fund funding requests

The purpose of this information note is to support civil society and community groups to design and include community systems strengthening interventions and community-based…

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Investing in Community Responses

Investing in Community Responses A case for funding non-service delivery community actions to end AIDS     Greater investment in community responses is needed to…

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