The purpose of the Country/Regional Support Partner Committee (CRSPC) is to provide a platform to engage the RBM Partnership community in coordinating support to countries and regions as they execute their malaria control and elimination implementation programs.
Support will be tailored to suit the requirements and existing capacity in each region and country. Where capacity exists at country level, the support will be provided at that level. Where there are gaps in capacity at country level to address a technical or implementation area, co-ordinated support will be provided at a regional level, and then from the global level. The decision of the most appropriate level of support will be through a triage mechanism. It is not intended that any RBM country/regional support will compete with or duplicate existing mechanisms that are already in place and working effectively.
Co-chairs: Peter Olumese (WHO) and Melanie Renshaw (ALMA)
The Country and Regional Support Partner Committee (CRSPC) has supported the roll out of the updated programmatic and financial gap analyses as part of the broader support to countries in the development of their Global Fund malaria applications for the period 2018-2020. This moving summary includes the data from 35 countries that have finalised their grant making process, and additional updates will be provided as more final gap analyses become available.
Mock TRP Workshop
17-19 January 2018
The RBM Partnership Country/Regional Support Partner Committee (CRSPC) is convening workshops to support countries in preparing malaria funding applications to the Global Fund for the period 2017-2019.