Call for Applications: AHD Community Engagement- Country Leads

CHAI, Afrocab (community and civil society engagement – CCE – lead), Penta and operational research partners Zvitambo, Universidade Eduardo Mondlane, and Mildmay Uganda have received an Advanced HIV Disease (AHD) grant to implement THRIVE (Transforming Advanced HIV Disease CaRe in LMICs through ComprehensiVe and Equitable Access) to reduce HIV related mortality among adults and Children Living with HIV (CLHIV) by enabling global access to critical prevention, screening, and treatment commodities, and centring local leadership and community-owned solutions to find and serve people living with AHD where they are. The consortium will build on existing and direct partnerships with national governments and global partners like WHO, PEPFAR, Global Fund, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and Aurum to ensure that country efforts are not siloed, complement other Unitaid investments and solutions are scaled and sustained beyond the life of this project.

Afrocab is seeking passionate and experienced Country Leads (CL), one (1) per country, to provide national leadership and coordination for the THRIVE Project CCE in the following countries Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda and Zimbabwe. This fixed contract role (2 years) will play a crucial role in driving advocacy and engagement for Advanced HIV Disease (AHD) at the country and regional levels. The CL must be resident in the capital cities of each country with extensive networks and knowledge of local national HIV/AHD networks and service delivery mechanisms including differentiated service delivery (DSD) models in their country.

The Terms of Reference for the Country Leads can be found below with a description of the project:

Please note: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

NOTE: PLHIV are especially encouraged to apply.

Published: May 7, 2024
Last edited: May 27, 2024