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    South Asia Technical Support Hub
    The Alliance Regional Technical Support Hub for South Asia was established to build the capacity of civil society organisations, government and the private sector in the South Asia region to respond more effectively and efficiently to HIV/AIDS and related challenges. The South Asia Hub primarily serves nine countries in the region: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.

    Working with clients like the Global Fund, Grant Management Solutions, KPMG, Levi Strauss & Co., UNAIDS, WHO, and the World Bank, the South Asia Hub has developed a rigorous and responsive approach to technical support. Reflecting our commitment to communities affected by the epidemic, we design and deliver technical support that is sustainable, offers value for money, and draws on ground-level implementation experience.

    The South Asia Hub’s technical expertise reflects the Alliance’s regional experience in implementing and supporting complex HIV programmes in a range of contexts. We provide exceptional capacity building support and training in programme management, monitoring & evaluation, financial oversight, and grant compliance.

    http://www.allianceindia.org/SouthAsiaHub/SouthAsiaHub.php
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