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The GCWA partnership is open to all international or civil society organizations who sign on to its principles. By joining the GCWA, partners commit to strengthening their own organization’s work on women and AIDS. The GCWA is a supporter of the NGO Code of Good Practice and the associated Women and AIDS Checklist, and encourages all partners to review these tools, and use them to strengthen their own organizations.

In this site we feature their women and girls specific activities and campaigns, as well as news and events related to their work.

 
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The latest from the GCWA

  • 6 Jun, 2013
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    GCWA introductory presentation

    GCWA introductory presentation

  • 3 Jun, 2013
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    Global: A new and diverse Global Coalition on Women and AIDS

    Since 2004, the Global Coalition on Women and AIDS (GCWA) has been a dynamic alliance of diverse stakeholders partnering to promote gender equality, health and rights for all women and girls. Nearly a decade later, commemorating International Women's Day, the GCWA was re-launched with renewed commitment to strongly position the issues of women in all their diversity and AIDS in the current sustainable development discourse.

  • 3 Jun, 2013
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    GCWA Article

    GCWA Article

  • 24 May, 2013
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    Positioning Gender Equality and HIV as cornerstones of the Post-2015 United Nations Development Agenda

    Positioning Gender Equality and HIV as cornerstones of the Post-2015 United

  • 20 May, 2013
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    Civil society strengthening: Funding opportunity for civil society networks

    Eligible global and regional networks are invited to apply for a grant to support core-funding and/or programmatic needs of the network for up to two years (2014/2015). The deadline for submission of proposals is 22 July 2013 at 12:00 CET. For more information visit the Robert Carr Fund website.

  • 13 May, 2013
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    Global / universal access: HLM Information Note #1 to GCWA members:

    HLM Information Note #1 to GCWA members: Be Part of the Process: the 2011 United Nations General Assembly High Level Meeting on AIDS (HLM) This information note seeks to provide our membership with key information about the upcoming HLM. Stay tuned for a second information note, to be released the week of May 16th, which will focus on key messages for women and girls. When and where will the HLM take place? The 2011 HLM will take place in New York from 8 -10 June 2011.

  • 30 Apr, 2013
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    GCWA: Meheret (Mimi) Melles joins the GCWA advisory group

    Meheret (Mimi) Melles serves as a member of the International Working Group of Youth RISE, an international, youth-led network of young people committed to a right-based approach to evidence-based information and services, harm reduction and drug policy reform.

  • 5 Apr, 2013
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    GCWA: GCWA relaunched

    Since 2004, the Global Coalition on Women and AIDS (GCWA) has been a dynamic alliance of diverse stakeholders partnering to promote gender equality, health and rights for all women and girls. Nearly a decade later, commemorating International Women's Day, the GCWA was re-launched with renewed commitment. The relaunch took place on March 9 in New York as world leaders, women's rights advocates and members of United Nations family convened at the 57th Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), to negotiate, advocate and share knowledge on the health and rights of women and girls.

  • 7 Mar, 2013
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    GCWA relaunch flyer

    GCWA relaunch flyer

  • 3 Mar, 2013
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    GCWA: Annah Irungu joins the GCWA advisory group

      Annah Irungu, Founder & Excutive Director of Teenagers Plus CBO – Kenya,  is a psychology professional  with a background as a life-skills trainer for adolescents and teenagers over the last 12 years. Annah is a trainer counselor and with immense hands on community leadership focusing on rights of adolescents sexual reproductive health rights, including family planning services for women and girls at community levels, a platform that  propelled her as a global advocate for universal access and the status of women and is a prominent feature in internati

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