The Southeastern Europe Regional Coordination Mechanism (SEE RCM), a body of governmental and non-governmental representatives (one of each from each country) from the Country Coordinating Mechanisms (CCMs) of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, and Serbia. The goal of the RCM is to provide a forum for regional coordination, experience exchange, and engagement in joint advocacy initiatives surrounding the rapid exit of external donors and other international partners, who have previously supported public health programs including HIV and tuberculosis (TB) programming, from the region.
Public call for community organizations
Southeastern Europe Regional Coordination Mechanism (SEE RCM) is announcing a public call for community organizations for key population to attend open regional dialogue for the development of the multi-country application to the Global Fund to fight HIV, tuberculosis and malaria that will happen during third SEE RCM meeting and will be held 26-27th February 2018 in Skopje, Macedonia.
EECA Constituency – Operating policies and procedures
Please click below to read the Operating policies and procedures of the Eastern Europe and Central Asia Constituency