Country Coordination Mechanism (CCM)

Country Coordinating Mechanisms are national committees that submit funding applications to the Global Fund and oversee grants on behalf of their countries. They are a key element of the Global Fund partnership.

A Country Coordinating Mechanism – often called a “CCM” – includes representatives of all sectors involved in the response to the diseases: academic institutions, civil society, faith-based organizations, government, multilateral and bilateral agencies, nongovernmental organizations, people living with the diseases, the private sector and technical agencies.

CCM Meeting Minutes and Reports

About the Global Fund

The Global Fund invests more than US$5 billion a year to defeat HIV, TB and malaria and ensure a healthier, safer, more equitable future for all.

We unite the world to find solutions that have the most impact, and we take them to scale worldwide. It’s working. We won’t stop until the job is finished.

Contact Information:
Phone: 051-9255604
Address: NIH, Chak Shahzad, Islamabad