Aidspan is generating a series of reports providing a window into each of the eight regions where the Global Fund supports programming against the three diseases. These snapshots present the history and current status of Global Fund funding across each region, and will summarize the main cross-cutting issues facing the region as a whole.
Regional reports also identify and explore themes and regional issues brought to bear on effectiveness in program implementation as well as impact. These thematic trends include: health sector reform; barriers to access to basic health services; the integration of key populations in health strategies; management of disease burden in face of shocks (such as conflict, mass population movements); stigma against key populations, including men who have sex with men and drug users; and human rights, related to the entire population as well as specifically focused on the rights of women.
Recent Regional Reports
19 Mar 2015
Aidspan's first-ever regional report is a snapshot of 10 countries in the Middle East and North Africa region as classified by the Global Fund. The report provides an overview of national challenges and innovations responding to the needs of key populations, as well as strategies to deploy the Global Fund's investment in the fight against AIDS, TB and malaria.