Fraud Alert


Individuals claiming to work for "ICAD Kenya" have allegedly been attempting to raise funds in Kenya. They have also used Facebook to create an appearance of being affiliated with us. ICAD has no offices anywhere in developing countries, nor do we raise funds from individuals or NGOs in any developing country.

Please advise us if you see any suspicious or fraudulent fundraising activities being conducted under our name: info@icad-cisd.com.


Advocacy Alert: Global Fund Strategy - Key Opportunities for Engagement

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The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global Fund) started a process to develop a new strategy for 2017-2021 early 2015. The strategy will be the roadmap used to guide the Global Fund during a critical period during which high impact interventions must be scaled up in order to achieve an end to HIV, tuberculosis (TB) and malaria. This Advocacy Alert summarizes the process and priorities under consideration, and provides a timeline of key milestones. Civil society advocates working to accelerate an end to the epidemics have a key role to play in shaping the Global Fund's next strategy to ensure a bold, ambitious strategy based on community priorities.

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Last Updated on Monday, 25 May 2015 20:20

Annual General Meeting 2015

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Registration for ICAD's 2015 Annual General Meeting is now open!

ICAD's Annual General Meeting is quickly approaching and we invite all members to attend in-person or online. This year's AGM will be held on Monday, June 15, 2015 in Ottawa immediately following the Canadian AIDS Society Annual Meeting. Please see below for further details:

ICAD Annual General Meeting:

When:
Monday, June 15, 2015
2:00pm to 4:30pm ET

Where:
Pearson Ballroom
Lord Elgin Hotel
100 Elgin Street
Ottawa, ON

Can't make it to the AGM in Ottawa? No worries! You can still participate and cast your votes through our live webcast.

Registration:
Register to attend in-person or online: http://2015icadagm.eventbrite.ca/

Last Updated on Thursday, 28 May 2015 14:09

Interested in global health and governance?

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The Centre for Global Health (University of Ottawa), WHO Collaborating Centre for Knowledge Translation Technology Assessment for Health Equity, Bruyère Research Institute, the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute are combining forces and faculty to offer a dynamic, problem-based learning experience in a 1 week certificate course prior to the Canadian Conference on Global Health: http://www.csih.org/en/events/ccgh2015/

The course is designed to provide a platform for analysis and dialogue to interpret the dynamic social trends and their influence on the evolution of global health and health systems strengthening. Prospective students are health development practitioners, health and development donors, civil society representatives, students and mid-level government officials working in the area of global health. Individuals should have a Bachelor's degree from an accredited university. Preference will be given to students with a Master's degree from any related discipline. Please have full proficiency in English.

For more information, please contact Janet Hatcher-Roberts This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
www.healthsystemsstrengtheningottawacourse.ca

Last Updated on Monday, 11 May 2015 15:19

Call for Nominations: ICAD Board of Directors

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Dear members,

It's that time of year again and we kindly invite all eligible members to submit their nomination for ICAD's incoming Board of Directors. The Board consists of four officers (President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer) and not more than five other Directors. Two of these positions are reserved for persons living with HIV/AIDS.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 May 2015 19:21

CONSERVATIVE GOVERNMENT UNVEILED A TAX BREAK BUDGET

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Canadian AIDS Society

22 April 2015 - In light of an imminent election, the Minister of Finance Joe Oliver tactically unveiled the first "balanced" budget in eight years on April 21, 2015 in an effort to entice more and more voters to cast a ballot for the Conservative government.

During his speech, Minister Oliver echoed last year's remarks by stating that Economic Action Plan 2015 was "a prudent and principled plan that will see Canadians more prosperous, more secure and even more confident in our country's place in the world."

We were discouraged by the government's lack of initiative in addressing important issues affecting People Living with at risk of HIV/AIDS, such as prevention strategies and social inequalities.

Last Updated on Monday, 27 April 2015 15:31

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