2014 Summit Plenary - The Mandate from Here: a New, Integrated Approach to Resource Flows
FCAA has been tracking the philanthropic response to HIV/AIDS for 12 years. Since 2007 the field has significantly decreased in number of funders, resulting in a steady decrease in the amount of funding. Why, and how, is this happening? How do we energize the field, and recruit new partners, to change this trajectory?
With two full days of the Summit focused on the impact and niche of philanthropic funding, this session will provide a common understanding of how much, where, and to whom actual funding is being disbursed, and opportunities moving forward.
• Launch FCAA's latest edition of Philanthropic Support to Address HIV/AIDS;
• Examine new resource tracking methodologies and collaborations;
• Provide an overview of funding data from public sources and intersecting communities of human rights and LGBTQ funders; and,
• Discuss the vital importance of understanding and improving data to impact the global response to AIDS and other key social justice issues.
Moderator: Sarah Hamilton, FCAA. Speakers: Greg Millett, amfAR; Lyle Matthew Kan, Funders for LGBTQ Issues; and, Christen Dobson, International Human Rights Funders Group