IAS Guide to support inclusion of CLM in funding requests to the Global Fund
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We are glad to present you with a new publication Community-led monitoring of programs and policies related to HIV, tuberculosis and malaria – Guide to support inclusion of CLM in funding requests to the Global Fund.
This guide was developed by IAS – the International AIDS Society – with advice and support from the Global Fund Community Rights and Gender (CRG) Department and the HIV Team at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and with reviews and input from many others.
This publication is intended to support the inclusion of community-led monitoring (CLM) in funding requests to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and related country and regional consultations, dialogues and strategy documents.
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