About CCM


 
Country Coordinating Mechanism  is a key element of the Global Fund’s adherence to the principles of local responsibility and decision-making with wide participation of the stakeholders.CCM is a consultative advisory body under the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan which was established to ensure coordination and optimization of activities of the central and local executive bodies, international and local non-profit organizations, including religious and educational organizations, mass media and other legal entities, irrespective of theirtype of ownership, participating in the measures to control HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis.
 

Four main principles lie in the CCM’s foundation.

СCM adheres to the principles of wide participation of all stakeholders, democratic decision-making, complete transparency, joint partnership and efficient activity.
• Country responsibility: the Global Fund does not have representative offices in any country. Countries perform mobilization of resources themselve sand ensure their efficient use through CCM.
• Multilateral platform for government - owned Partnership (use of cooperate intellectual capacity at country level);
• Reliance on existing structures, if available;
• Effectiveness and Accountability.


 

Meetings
  • 15
  • August, 2019
 
The meeting of CCM working groups was held on August 15, 2019 in Almaty with the participation of representatives of NGOs, state organizations and other partners.
The goal of the meeting is to support the capacity building initiative of civil society and communities by creating opportunities for their involvement and participation in key decision-making processes.
The meeting agenda included the following items:

  1. Preliminary results for the “Optima” program. Estimates of the number of MSM, the first stage. 
  2. Preliminary research results for the MSM group as part of two UNI projects implemented by the Global Health Research Center in Central Asia
  3. Information on PWID project within the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria grant in Almaty 
  4. Information on the results of implementation of the project within the grant of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, implemented by the Public Fund “Amansaulyk”.
  5. The need to allocate a state social order for the care and support of children living with HIV. 
  6. Analysis of barriers to intellectual property that prevent access to generic drugs in the Republic of Kazakhstan.
  7. A study at the national level on comparing the results of procurement of test systems for determining markers of HIV infection and immune status (CD4 / CD8) and for determining HIV RNA (viral load) in the Republic of Kazakhstan.
  8. Approval of the draft Transition plan from international to domestic financing for tuberculosis component;
  9. Practical Guide to implementing integrated HIV and STI programs for MSM (MSMIT)
  10. Approval of the CCM work plan and the CCM oversight function for the next year.

Minutes of the meeting

Calendar
 
  • August, 2019
  • 15
 
The meeting of CCM working groups was held on August 15, 2019 in Almaty with the participation of representatives of NGOs, state organizations and other partners.
The goal of the meeting is to support the capacity building initiative of civil society and communities by creating opportunities for their involvement and participation in key decision-making processes.
The meeting agenda included the following items:

  1. Preliminary results for the “Optima” program. Estimates of the number of MSM, the first stage. 
  2. Preliminary research results for the MSM group as part of two UNI projects implemented by the Global Health Research Center in Central Asia
  3. Information on PWID project within the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria grant in Almaty 
  4. Information on the results of implementation of the project within the grant of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, implemented by the Public Fund “Amansaulyk”.
  5. The need to allocate a state social order for the care and support of children living with HIV. 
  6. Analysis of barriers to intellectual property that prevent access to generic drugs in the Republic of Kazakhstan.
  7. A study at the national level on comparing the results of procurement of test systems for determining markers of HIV infection and immune status (CD4 / CD8) and for determining HIV RNA (viral load) in the Republic of Kazakhstan.
  8. Approval of the draft Transition plan from international to domestic financing for tuberculosis component;
  9. Practical Guide to implementing integrated HIV and STI programs for MSM (MSMIT)
  10. Approval of the CCM work plan and the CCM oversight function for the next year.

Minutes of the meeting

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