January 20, 2023

Members of the Community-Led Accountability Working Group (CLAW) support civil society efforts across the global South to build high impact community-led monitoring programs.

CLAW was formally established in 2020, comprising ten members working across 20 countries in collaboration with national civil society PLHIV, key population, and advocacy consortia in order to establish and support high impact CLM programs. CLAW works side by side with CLM implementing partners on work plans and priorities that matter most to communities on the frontlines. Our approach redefines “technical assistance”— instead of a top-down, North-South, project-driven approach, our work is an alliance centered in solidarity, a shared willingness to learn and take risks together, South-South skill exchange and ongoing, collaborative approaches.

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Issues

HIV/AIDS

Related Initiatives

Global Health Policy and Politics