SHIFT: Civil society programming through a highly centralised funding model: The case of Malaysia
The Malaysian AIDS Council (MAC) faces a unique opportunity to serve as a catalyst for an equitable transition. As a clearing house for the majority of civil society HIV funding in the country, it can advocate for increased spending and allocative efficiency and distribute funding equitably to civil society organizations. As it grows in importance, its challenges related to the legal environment, capacity building, and community engagement are drawing more attention.
Read more about this in APCOM’S case study, “Civil society programming through a highly centralised funding model: The case of Malaysia”, created as part of the SHIFT Program’s case studies on good practices.
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