Internal and external communication of the Guide Communication surrounding the guide is essential to promote good practices for community- based testing. A good in-house knowledge of the guide will make it possible to recommend it to the partners. It is important to develop a quality process in order to implement the good practices. At the time of the reception of the guide one or more meetings can beset up in order to exchange about the good professional practices listed in the guide. After this first exchange takes place, and with a proper understanding of the guide, a quality manager maybe appointed fora specific period. He will also be in charge of conducting the self- assessment of the quality of CBVCT projects. He will lead the quality self-assessment, organize it, and will ensure the continuous development of the improvement of the quality. He will be in charge, after the evaluation, of ensuring the implementation of the actions listed in the improvement plan. A quarterly meeting on the quality approach would reinforce the role of the manager and help with the full assimilation of good practices by all. The manager will also be responsible for the communication of the guide to external partners. The guide must be spread widely. Providing an explanation of the objectives of the guide is essential when the guide is sent over to a partner.