Shared Vision on Changes in the Social, Political, and Financial Environment, and the Challenges and Opportunities Implied for Civil Society Working in the Fields of HIV, Tuberculosis, and Malaria

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Given the progressive financial withdrawal of the Global Fund, the Regional Technical Assistance Center for Latin America and the Caribbean (CRAT) supported the Dominican Republic Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) in the preparation of action plans for the sustainability of civil society in the transition process. This was based on the construction of a shared vision on changes in the social, political and financial environment, and the challenges and opportunities implied therein. This was achieved by means of social dialogue among civil society, key actors in the national responses, and experts.