Since the Global Fund’s founding, Country Coordinating Mechanisms (CCMs) have had a central role in the Global Fund partnership. Today, to better deliver on the Global Fund Strategy 2017-2022, the CCM model is evolving and CCM ethics are being strengthened.
In May 2018, the Global Fund Board approved the first phase of an evolution approach and additional funding for 2018 and 2019 to strengthen a first group of CCMs to better carry out their function. It also approved a code of conduct for CCM members.
The Board decisions that affect CCMs include:
The previous Guidelines and Requirements for CCMs document has been revised and is now referred to as the CCM Policy. It is available for download:
The revisions reflected in the CCM Policy include:
The new Code of Ethical Conduct for CCM Members:
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Papua New Guinea
Congo (Democratic Republic)
*Countries where GIZ will fund during the first phase
Additional information and documents will be added to this page as they become available.