Chair: Dyness Kasungami (MCSP/USAID grantee)

This session began with an overview of iCCM progress to date under the auspices of the Global Fund-UNICEF MoU, followed by country teams sharing their experiences and lessons learned during early implementation of Global Fund-supported iCCM programming.

The objectives of the session were to review iCCM implementation under the Global Fund’s NFM to

1) Share experiences/lessons learned across countries

2) Identify key constraints

3) Identify common themes and potential solutions across countries


Access Session I presentations below:

The Big Picture: iCCM Financing Task Team’s Overview of Progress to Date

Country Team Presentations:

Integrated Funding for Community Case Management of Childhood Illness in the Global Fund New funding Model Applications: Country Experiences

For key backgrounds materials, please click below:

Diaz T., Aboubaker S., Young M. Current scientific evidence for integrated community case management (iCCM) in Africa: Findings from the iCCM Evidence Symposium. J Glob Health. 2014; 4 (2): 020101

Rasanathan K. Community case management of childhood illness in sub-Saharan Africa: Findings from a cross-sectional survey on policy and implementation. J Glob Health. 2014; 4:020401.

UNICEF-WHO. Overview and Latest Update on ICCM: Potential Benefit to Malaria Programmes. February 2015.

iCCM Financing Task team – Benefits of Integrating Malaria Case Management and iCCM. April 2015. (Available in English and French)

USAID/MCSP. Leveraging the Global Fund New Funding Model for iCCM. A Synthesis of Lessons from Five Countries. Final Report. May 2015.