Required services: Develop Africa’s position paper on Market Shaping
Language: English (French will be an added value)
Application deadline: July 22, 2022 12:00pm GMT
Location: The Consultant will primarily work remotely in the respective country of residence but may be required to travel for meetings
Consultancy Call Summary
The African Constituency Bureau (ACB) is calling for technical and financial proposals for the development of Africa’s position/approach to Market Shaping . This work will seek to influence Global Fund’s current efforts in designing the NextGen Market Strategy in order to contribute to the ambitions and goals in its newly developed 2023-2028 strategy.
About the African Constituency Bureau (ACB)
The African Constituencies Bureau (ACB) for the Global Fund was established by a resolution of African Health ministers in 2012. The ACB, also known as the Bureau, brings together the two African Constituencies West and Central Africa (WCA) and East and Southern Africa (ESA) represented at the Global Fund (GF)to fight HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. The two constituencies represent 47 African Countries that are recipients of GF support for HIV, TB and Malaria control. The Bureau facilitates collaboration across the two constituencies and ensures that Africa’s voice is enhanced to influence Global Health policy decisions.
The Bureau facilitates effective engagement, representation and participation of the two constituencies in GF processes as well as enhancing their capacity to shape GF policies and processes. The Bureau offers new thinking and new approaches to address some of the most intractable health policy and health systems issues in Africa. It works to provide leaders in health in Africa with policy and strategy options to ensure Global Health policies and processes are responsive to Africa needs. ACB’s focus is on tackling health policy challenges that are preventing Africa from ending the epidemics. Most importantly, the Bureau provides the 47 member countries and the respective constituency delegations with access to high quality technical support in analysing and identifying solutions critical to global and regional issues around resilient and sustainable systems for health.