Communities Delegation is seeking new members for 2017 – 2018
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CLOSING DATE of the first call for all nominations is MONDAY 5th December 2016 at 2359 CET.
The Communities Delegation is made up of individuals living with HIV, TB and affected by malaria, and its vision is one in which all communities living with, or affected by HIV, TB and malaria to have equitable access to quality services and support needed to prevent, treat and/or live with these infections within a conducive environment that respects human rights.
The mission of the Communities Delegation is to ensure the voices and issues of people living with HIV, TB and affected by malaria influence the deliberations and decisions on investments and programmes of the Global Fund to achieve greater and sustained impact for communities.
The Delegation actively participates in formulating policy and strategy positions on key issues of relevance and works closely with other board delegations (in particular the Developed and Developing Country NGO Delegations) to ensure that issues relevant to communities infected and affected by the three diseases are effectively addressed.
The goal of the Delegation is to ensure that our participation on the Global Fund Board results in Universal Access to quality prevention, treatment, care and support for communities living with and affected by the three diseases based on the principles of equity and human rights.
The Communities Delegation thus is required to have informed and accountable representatives on the different committees and structures of the Global Fund, as well as implementing mechanisms and strategies to communicate with the broader community and partners affected by the three diseases.
The Delegation is looking for suitable candidates to join the current Communities Delegation, to ensure that the issues and voices heard at the Global Fund Board level are legitimate and continue to represent issues faced by communities living with HIV, TB and affected by malaria.
THE COMMUNITY DELEGATION STRONGLY ENCOURAGES WOMEN AND YOUNG PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV AND/OR AFFECTED BY TB AND COMMUNITIES AFFECTED BY MALARIA TO APPLY.
ALSO IT STRONGLY ENCOURAGES COMMUNITIES LIVING WITH HIV AND/OR TB AND PEOPLE AFFECTED BY MALARIA FROM MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA, ASIA AND PACIFIC, AND THE LATIN AMERICA & CARIBBEAN TO APPLY.
We request that you look through the criteria for selection, roles and responsibilities, and application process to ensure that you understand the commitments and the application process.
- Call for Delegation Membership 2017 – 2018
- Application Form for 2017 – 2018
- Terms of Reference Communities Delegation Members
Applications should be sent with the relevant supporting documents to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kindly note that incomplete and/or submissions after the deadline will be disqualified.
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Source: Communities Delegation website
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