Global Fund Survey to Capture CLM Best Practices

On behalf of the CLAW Consortium, and as part of Global Fund’s investment in community-led monitoring for effective COVID-19 Response Mechanism (C19RM) grants, the Global Fund is inviting you to participate in a study exploring best practices for Community Led Monitoring (CLM) programs for HIV, Tuberculosis and Malaria healthcare service delivery. 

The Global Fund is in the process of engaging with a range of global implementers of such programs to carry out a targeted, rapid, yet robust exploration of monitoring projects with the aim of understanding more and developing an evidence base of best practice. The learnings and resources developed through this work will be disseminated within and across monitoring programs, donors, and global Technical Assistance providers, with the aim of supporting learning, adaptation and adoption by communities implementing a range CLM projects.         

If you are working in an organization that is participating in a CLM project – the Global Fund would be very grateful if you would consider contributing so the Global Fund could learn from your experiences.  To do this, the Global Fund would like to initially invite you to complete a brief survey, telling them a bit more about the project that you work on. This survey should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete. The purpose of this survey is to help us learn about where healthcare monitoring projects are happening and what they involve. 


The Global Fund is asking that all participants complete this brief survey by 11.02.  At the end of the survey, you will be asked to indicate whether you would be interested in participating in the second phase of our study where we will explore certain aspects of CLM projects in more detail. To do this, the Global Fund will be administering a slightly longer online survey. The Global Fund will also ask interested individuals if they would like to participate in an online interview or group discussion to contribute further experiences and lessons learned from participating in implementing these projects.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to email