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Author
ITPC - International Treatment Preparedness Coalition
Title
Making Global Fund Country Coordinating Mechanisms Work Through Full Engagement of Civil Society
Description of Work
CCM Advocacy Report
Imprint
ITPC, October 2008, 74 pp
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Reproduced with the kind permission of the International Treatment Preparedness Coalition.

Abstract

"This report focuses on CS engagement on CCMs. Research teams sought to look beyond simple issues of representation to understand whether and how CS has had meaningful involvement in the design and monitoring of Global Fund-supported programming. The goal of the research was to determine what the successes have been and what is standing in the way of deeper and more effective CS engagement.

The report includes original research by CS teams based in seven countries: Argentina, Cambodia, Cameroon, India, Jamaica, Romania, and Uganda. All teams used a standardized research template...to interview 15 to 25 key informants in each of their countries, including current and former CCM members; representatives of government and international and bilateral agencies; grant recipients; representatives of civil society organizations; and members of academia, business, and medical organizations."

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