Who we are?
The CCM is a multi-sectorial national platform to coordinate and facilitate Global Fund activities to fight against HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria in Papua New Guinea. The CCM is comprised of representatives of stakeholder constituencies represented at the national level
The mandate of the CCM is to mobilize a national multi-sectorial response to develop and submit proposals to the Global Fund to scale up the fight against HIV/AIDS, TB and malaria, and to oversee and support the implementation of activities that are initiated by the CCM in line with national program priorities and supported by the Global Fund.
The purpose of the CCM is to enhance performance of the Global Fund activities in Papua New Guinea in partnership with stakeholder constituencies, to promote efficient program implementation, to avoid duplication by harmonizing Global Fund activities with other programs throughout Papua New Guinea, and to strengthen coordination among stakeholder constituencies.
Our Core Values
The PNG CCM adheres to the principles of:
- broad and inclusive participation,
- democratic decision-making,
- full transparency,
- cooperative partnership,
- and efficient operation.
Roles and Responsibilities
The Country Coordinating Mechanism in Papua New Guinea (“the CCM”) is established in response to requirements and recommendations of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (“Global Fund”).
The mandate of the CCM is to discuss, approve and submit viable and appropriate proposals to the Global Fund, and to monitor, evaluate and support the implementation of projects that are initiated by the CCM and financed by the Global Fund.
The CCM has the following responsibilities:
- Develop, modify and implement these Terms of Reference.
- Prepare, coordinate, review, and submit project proposals to the Global Fund that meet the requirements of the Global Fund and that are in line with national AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria priorities and programs.
- Respond to inquiries from the Global Fund concerning these proposals.
- Propose to the Global Fund who should be the Principal Recipient(s) (“PR(s)”) for CCM-initiated projects financed by the Global Fund.
- Choose the Sub-Recipient(s) (“SR(s)”) for these projects, except when the CCM delegates this responsibility to the PR(s).
- Monitor and evaluate the performance of the PR(s).
- Monitor and evaluate the performance of the SR(s), except when the CCM delegates this responsibility to the PR(s).
- Approve major changes in program implementation plans and budgets.
- When necessary, submit to the Global Fund requests for continued funding for each approved grant, prior to the end of the two years of initially approved financing.
- Carry out an annual evaluation of the effectiveness of the CCM.