Community Led Monitoring Activity in the Kyrgyz Republic

The objective of the Community-Led Monitoring (CLM) Activity is to conduct systematic and routine monitoring of facility and community service delivery sites that receive US Government President's Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) investments and establish community-driven rapid feedback loops

to improve health service delivery and outcomes.

The community-led monitoring activity will be expected to act in a subset of PEPFAR sites in Bishkek City, Chui Oblast and will be expanded to Osh City, and/or Osh Oblast in FY 22 if PEPFAR funding is available.

A total of six (four community and two facility) community-led monitoring visits and follow-up advocacy and action sessions will be conducted in FY21 in Bishkek and Chui Oblasts.

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USAID Foreign Assistance for Programs Overseas

Agency for International Development

Agency: Agency for International Development

Office: Kazakhstan USAID-Almaty

Estimated Funding: $1,810,000

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