9 August 2016

Africa: Applications Sought for Experts to Join the TRP

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The Global Fund is now recruiting experts to join the Technical Review Panel (TRP). This recruitment effort focuses on the following areas of expertise: HIV, TB, malaria, health systems, human rights and gender, program management, challenging operating environments, community systems strengthening, investing for impact, sustainable financing and transition.

The primary function of the TRP is to review funding requests for technical merit and strategic focus, and to make funding recommendations. TRP members are paid an honorarium for each day they work as well as for travel expenses.

Experts selected as a result of this recruitment will not necessarily join the TRP immediately but will at first join a pool of experts. Vacancies for the TRP will then be filled from this pool.

More information and application forms are available on the Global Fund website here. The closing date for applications is 5 September 2016. This recruitment process is expected to be completed in October with the Global Fund Board's Strategy Committee making final selections.

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