[Ip-health] Coordinated Strategy on Global Fund Round 11 Cancellation

George Carter fiar at verizon.net
Fri Nov 25 06:19:09 PST 2011

I'm heading out of town but am happy to sign on. 

Hillary Clinton might be the best one to see not only the humanity of such an act and the medical necessity to seek more funding, but also the political benefit, though of course that calculus is always dicey. But her support might be exceedingly helpful; possible?
George M. Carter

On Nov 24, 2011, at 11:36 AM, Gregg Gonsalves wrote:

> Hi, everyone.
> The cancellation of the Global Fund Round 11 requires an extraordinary response.
> We need to do more than issue statements (which, of course, are important).
> We need to craft a high-level lobbying and advocacy strategy that puts
> this issue at the center of everyone's work until we can get Round 11
> back on track.  In the places where it is possible, there should even
> be a consideration of civil disobedience.
> Would it be possible to do a global conference call, followed by
> regional calls, to plan a truly international strategy on this?
> This needs to happen within the next few days.
> Gregg
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