Enabling the development of strong health systems and effective health service delivery across the continuum of care is a necessary step in ensuring the growth of a reliable and equitable health ecosystem. As the healthcare landscape evolves and new challenges emerge, it is critical to ensure that key stakeholders are able to make necessary transitions. Our two decades of industry experience have allowed us to support the transformation of key health institutions within India and across 30 countries and to transform the lives of the most marginalized. We work with our sister organization, Swasti Health Catalyst, on a range of projects across the domains of HIV and AIDS, sexual health, reproductive health and rights, TB, malaria, primary healthcare, non-communicable diseases, water, sanitation and hygiene, de-addiction, gender based violence, human resources in health and broader public health reforms. In order to deepen our impact in these areas, we work with communities and development partners ranging from grassroots organisations to NGOs, bilateral, multilateral, government, academic and corporate bodies in order to generate improved health outcomes.
CMS believes that technical support and capacity building are critical components of driving sustainable change in the healthcare sector. These types of support provide implementing organizations, policy makers, community members and others with the tools they need to spark positive transformations. In order to elevate this cause, we provide a range of technical support and capacity building services, including situational needs assessments, formative research, programme design, fundraising, HR management, financial management, reviews, evaluations and impact assessments. Together with Swasti, we have completed over 1000 assignments in 30 countries over the past two decades. These assignments have included the conduction of regional capacity building in South Asia and Southeast Asia for CBOs and NGOs on M&E, resource mobilisation, project management, CCM governance, financial management and community system strengthening. We also have been involved in evaluating and revamping key regional entities, including the AIDS data hub and the Technical Support Facilities of South Asia, Southeast Asia, Southern Africa and East Africa.
In order to combat some of the most unprecedented healthcare challenges facing communities worldwide, it is necessary to support stakeholders across the healthcare delivery chain to transform the way in which care is delivered. To this end, we have supported national governments in their efforts to plan, scale up and evaluate health programs, and have worked closely with those of Afghanistan, India, Laos, Maldives, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Timor Leste and Zanzibar.
A critical example of our role as large-scale promoters of community health and wellbeing can be seen in our multifaceted engagement with the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria (GFATM), its recipients and its network as well as with UN organizations like WHO, UNAIDS, UNICEF, UNDP and UNWomen at global, regional and national levels. From designing strategic plans to developing costed operational guidelines, research protocols, management arrangements, staffing structures and other implementation improvement processes, we have supported countries and agencies achieve results that have contributed to improved health and wellbeing for communities in targeted countries. One of our focus areas has been raising resources and supporting evidence-based program design for national governments. Our efforts have resulted in raising in total almost 900 Million USD for selected countries. These critical partnerships have expanded our ability to drive sustainable change across domains in the healthcare sector.