Country Coordinating Mechanisms are national committees in each country that submit funding applications to the Global Fund on behalf of the entire country. They include representatives from government, the private sector, technical partners, civil society and communities living with the diseases. They are a key element of the Global Fund partnership.
The Code of Ethical Conduct for Country Coordinating Mechanism Members aims to contribute to strong CCM leadership, given that CCMs are key actors in the efforts to end the epidemics and achieve Sustainable Development Goal 3.
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The Country Coordinating Mechanism:
The Country Coordinating Mechanism includes representatives of all sectors involved in the response to the diseases: multilateral or bilateral agencies, nongovernmental organizations, academic institutions, faith-based organization, the private sector and – especially – people living with the diseases.
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