The Sustainable HIV Financing in Transition (SHIFT} Program is a Global Fund-supported two year regional advocacy program that aims to enable and empower civil society, including communities of HIV key populations, to advocate for sustainable HIV financing. Specifically, as countries transition from international donor support to domestic financing, significant gaps exist in the country's funding mechanisms for government funding to be channeled to civil society. The four priority countries that are engaged in the program are Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand.
Key areas of practice
Advocacy and Capacity Building
Country/Countries of engagement
Regional / Asia and the Pacific /
Priority Countries: Thailand / The Philippines / Malaysia / Indonesia
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