Project: Community-Led Monitoring - ART and TB Services ("MLC PLASOC")
Description: N'weti is brokering funds for the implementation of a Community-Led Monitoring (CML) project of Antiretroviral Treatment (ART) and Tuberculosis (TB) services offered in 104 high-volume ART service delivery facilities. This project will be implemented by the Civil Society Platform for Health (PLASOC-M), with funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), through funds from the United States President's Emergency Plan for HIV and AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). It will run for one year (October 2022 - September 2023).
N'weti, as the grant intermediary, has the responsibility to coordinate and manage the financial and technical-programmatic management components, thereby ensuring that the implementation of the MLC cycle meets programmatic and data quality standards. For COP22, N'weti will carry out the grant management for MLC, focused on the sites selected by PEPFAR. The project will be operationalized through locally based Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).
Objectives: The project aims to contribute to the achievement of HIV epidemic control through the implementation of evidence-based interventions, and strengthen provider accountability in the administration of ART and TB services.
Target Group: Civil Society Organizations, Community Based Organizations, Health Facilities and the Citizen
Implementation Areas: Mozambique (central, provincial, health facility and community levels):