History of the CCM Thailand
Thailand has established a partnership with the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (the Global Fund) and has implemented Global Fund Grants since 2002. Thailand Country Coordination Mechanism was established by order of the Ministry of Public Health, Thailand in 2002 (MOPH order number 184/2545 dated 18 February 2002 B.E. 2545.
In view of its partnership with the Global Fund, Thailand acknowledges the requirements and recommendations of the Global Fund concerning eligibility and accountability for grants from the Global Fund. The Country Coordinating Mechanism (“CCM”) is established as a mechanism of the national stakeholder constituencies for the three diseases in Thailand, and in response to the requirements and recommendations of the Global Fund.