Our Aid effectiveness

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Cameroon is moving gradually towards the submission of its TB/HIV request of funding for the 2018-2020 term period to Global Fund on August 28.

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Amplify community involvement in monitoring of international aid in the health sector  through:

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Between the years 2004 and 2014, the government of Cameroon received about 130 billion F CFA from Global Fund to strengthen the fight against three pendemic diseases namely; HIV, Tuberculosis and Malaria, 155 billion is awaited between 2015 and 2017.

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In the quest to attain the expected results of the project, we consolidated our collaboration with the principal stake holders in the field. These include especially amongst others: Associative stakeholders enrolled as community watch dogs whose capacities were refreshed include;

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"The Shadow Report" is an approach to present additional or alternative information or assessment to the official report on the implementation of the Global Funds grants in Cameroon. The approach was initiated by FOR IMPACTS IN SOCIAL HEALTH in partnership with 20 community organizations trained and engaged in the independent monitoring (Watchdogs) of GF in Cameroon.

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Through the initiative of media engagement (radio programs on governance, award for best media production on follow up of GF grant, press launch on the putting in place of GF grants etc), the project provoked a critical debate on the management of GF funds.