Community System Strengthening and Dual Track Financing. Mauro Guarinieri Civil Society Officer, Asia Unit Cancun, 2-December-2009. Overview. The role of Civil Society Community System Strengthening Dual track financing Key dates for advocacy. The role of Civil Society.
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Community System Strengthening and Dual Track Financing
Civil Society Officer, Asia Unit
The role of Civil Society
Community systems strengthening refers to initiatives that contribute to the development and/or strengthening of community-based organizations in order to improve knowledge of, and access to improved health service delivery. Specifically in the context of applications to the Global Fund, community systems strengthening initiatives are encouraged to achieve improved outcomes for HIV, tuberculosis and malaria prevention, treatment, and care and support programs.
Capacity building of the core processes of CBOs or local health service providers through:
Source: Research by CADRE, for the Global Fund, 2008
Sept 09 – March 2010
April – September 2010
Production of additional information and data
meeting if required
Identification & invitation of participants
Preparation of documentation
Liaison with stakeholders