Community-led monitoring (CLM) is a key pathway to equitable access to HIV, TB and Malaria services. This guide supports the use of data generated by CLM for evidence-based decision-making and action to improve programs and policies and to ensure equitable access to quality HIV, TB, and Malaria services. You can also download related training materials, including PowerPoint presentations.
Developed with extensive community, technical partner and donor consultations and pilot testing in South Africa and Democratic Republic of Congo the guide and training materials provide tools and recommendations to analyse CLM data, to turn data into actionable information and, to communicate it effectively to support evidence-based decision making. It also complements other guides related to CLM design, implementation, and advocacy, including the selection of indicators, data collection methods, data management systems, and data quality assurance. All the tools, guides and documents are accessible at clmhub.org.
The guide and training materials were developed with support from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and were coordinated by Stop TB Partnership, with the technical support of International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC).
This resource is available in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese and Russian.