On Thursday, December 9, Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria will host a webinar in coordination with partners in Europe and Japan, on “The Global Fund in the COVID-19 Era: Views from Local Civil Society.” The discussion will feature civil society leaders from Cameroon, Ghana, Malawi and Cambodia, all of whom can speak first hand to the Global Fund’s impact on HIV, TB and malaria, its COVID-19 response and how it engages with civil society partners in implementing countries.
• Olivia Ngou, Impact Santé Afrique and Civil Society for Malaria Elimination (Cameroon; Moderator)
• Cecilia Senoo, Hope for Future Generations (Ghana)
• Grace Ngulube, WeCare (Malawi)
• Choub Sok Chamreun, KHANA (Cambodia)
Emina Rye-Florentz, Executive Director of Fund for the Global Fund, will introduce the panelists and Mark Lagon, Chief Policy Officer of Friends of the Global Fight, will offer concluding observations.