The Robert Carr Fund is the world’s leading international fund focused on funding regional and global networks led by and involving and serving inadequately served populations (ISPs). As a cooperative effort of donors and civil society, the Robert Carr Fund is structured to maximize participation, empowerment, equity, transparency and accountability in our fundraising and grant making.

The Robert Carr Fund works to mobilize and deliver core and strategic funding for regional and global networks to achieve four outcomes:

• Protecting and promoting human rights

• Improving access to HIV services

• Mobilizing and monitoring national and international funding for human rights and health

• Building capacity of civil society and community networks.

Our goal: Improved health, inclusion and wellbeing for inadequately served populations (ISPs).

This satellite event will celebrate and showcase the work and impact of civil society networks in the HIV response and will launch the recently agreed Robert Carr Fund strategy charting the fund’s course through to 2024. It will also focus on the COVID 19 crisis, the impact on communities and networks and the work of civil society networks in responding to the global pandemic.

The virtual event will take place on 7th July at 6pm (London time).