Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) is the national committee that includes representatives from different stakeholders who are engaged in the response to the three diseases – HIV & AIDS, TB, and Malaria. Country Coordinating Mechanism is seen as an innovative approach to engaging all relevant partners in the country to ensure country-driven, coordinated, and multi-sectoral processes for leveraging and implementing additional resources to fight AIDS, TB, and Malaria in the country through Global Fund. CCM is a multi-stakeholder partnership, responsible for developing and submitting concept notes based on needs identified in national strategic plans and an inclusive country dialogue process.

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Organization Structure

CCM Nepal has a Committee composed of 17 voting members representing different sectors and constituencies; the Government of Nepal (GoN), civil society/NGOs working in HIV/AIDS, TB, and Malaria, people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS, TB, and Malaria; community organizations; the private sector; professional associations; research institutes, universities, media and international agencies including multilateral or bilateral agencies, international donors and international NGOs.The Executive Secretary of the CCM Secretariat is a non-voting member of CCM Nepal. CCM Nepal has an Executive committee of five members with a chair and vice-chair who are assisted by an executive secretary. The Executive Secretary executes

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