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Reserved for NaCCATuM: The Namibian Coordination Committee for HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria


The Namibian Coordination Committee for HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (NaCCATuM) was established in compliance with the requirements of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria (GF) in 2002. The NaCCATuM has the status of a national advisory body established on a voluntary basis, and represents a multi-sectoral partnership of national and international entities. Representation includes various partners from Government, Non-Governmental Organizations, Community Based Organizations, the Private Sector, People Living with HIV/AIDS, TB and/or Malaria, Religious / Faith Groups, Academic / Educational Sector and UN / multilateral / bilateral Agencies.


The goal is to contribute to the strengthening of measures to fight the spread of HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria in Namibia.


The functions of the NaCCATuM are:

Organizing and maintaining the effective functioning of the NaCCATuM according to the requirements of the legislation of the Republic of Namibia, the current NaCCATuM Constitution, and recommendations from the Global Fund

Coordination, design, review and submission of funding requests (e.g. Concept Notes) that are harmonized and aligned with national priorities and strategies related to HIV, TB, and malaria to the GF and other international donor organizations

Selection of the Principal Recipient(s) (PRs) based on a transparent and documented selection process following the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Policy of the NaCCATuM

Responding to enquiries from the Global Fund concerning submitted Concept Notes and other relevant issues related to on-going grants;

Harmonization of activities carried out within the framework of GF-funded projects in accordance with national strategic plans, and the coordination of other supporting activities and associated mobilization of resources

Providing regular oversight of the programmatic and financial activities of the PR(s), and the process of implementing GF projects​

Reviewing progress of the GF programs against targets, suggesting reprogramming, as necessary, and making decisions related to major reprogramming of grant funds, grant closure and to approve grant close-out plans

Mitigating any conflicts of interest based on its Conflict of Interest and Ethics Policy.​

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