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The Civil Society For Malaria Elimination (CS4ME) is a global network of civil society organizations and communities contributing to malaria elimination and ensure that communities are at the centre of malaria programs. Firm in the belief that empowered community and civil society are game-changers in health responses, CS4ME facilitates a platform for representatives of malaria communities and civil society to come together as part of their commitment to jointly advocate for more effective, sustainable, people-centred, rights-based, equitable, and inclusive malaria programmes. 

The Global Fund Advocates Network (GFAN) was established in 2011 to unite voices and efforts from all over the world to support a fully funded and effective Global Fund. The overall purpose of GFAN is to build a global social movement to demand health for all by recruiting, connecting, and mobilising advocates to communicate the urgency of full funding for the Global Fund. 

To achieve this goal, GFAN’s objectives are to support advocacy and resource mobilisation; support action; and build the movement.

GNP+ is the global network for and by people living with HIV. We work to improve the quality of life of all people living with HIV. This means we advocate for and support fair and equal access to treatment, care and support services for people living with HIV around the world. As a rights-based organisation, emancipation and self-determination are our core principles. Over the past decade we have spoken with, interviewed and surveyed tens of thousands living with HIV, getting to know – again and again – the issues of crucial importance to the lives of people living with HIV: our involvement, rights and treatment. 

The Global Coalition of TB Activists (GCTA) is a global platform of people affected by TB that amplifies community engagement and strengthens the capacity of TB activists at all levels. We envision a world free of Tuberculosis and work towards making this a reality and aims to ensure the voices of TB-affected communities influence the global TB and health agenda.