Join ITPC at ICASA 2015. We are co-presenting in two satellite sessions, and have two poster presentations. You can find us at Booth 29 in the Community Village. Download the ITPC at ICASA 2015 flyer to print and take with you.
Bruce Tushabe reports below on how he mobilized Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) to successfully lobby for greater engagement with the Global Fund. These efforts led to a 10 fold increase in funds for CSOs to scale up the community led HIV response in Malawi. Bruce works for Malawi Network of Religious
Throughout September 2015, the International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC) and AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA) facilitated a joint regional internship exchange program funded by Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund. The purpose of the program was to increase knowledge and build capacity around intellectual property and treatment
In order to secure funding for the regional program, International Treatment Preparedness Coalition – West Africa has been invited to develop a regional HIV concept note to the Global Fund Secretariat.
Julia Dragunova, from ITPCru, shares a report on the civil society response to the heapatitis C virus (HCV) The International Treatment Preparedness Coalition in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (ITPCru), the International HIV/AIDS Alliance in Ukraine, and the Alliance Center of HIV, Hepatitis C and Drug Use, present the second
WITNESS partnered with us to support a day’s video for change training, for 11 of our partner organizations in Africa. The initiative is part of a joint project of International Treatment Preparedness Coalition and AIDS & Rights Alliance for Southern Africa, funded by Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund. WITNESS WITNESS