Applications to the Technical Review Panel (TRP)

The Technical Review Panel (TRP) have just launched the recruitment process for new and additional experts to join the TRP for the Global Fund’s new Allocation Period.

TRP experts serve for up to four years and are called on intermittently during the Allocation Period to provide expert, and independent, technical review of the funding requests received by the Global Fund.

Applications are welcomed from experts across the world and we are currently especially focused on identifying people from Global Fund implementer countries, in particular in Asia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia, MENA and Latin America and the Caribbean

Over this allocation period the TRP has observed significant weakness in gender equality in many funding requests. The TRP are concerned by this trend and are determined to have excellent TRP members with strengths that will enable the panel to give the best possible feedback in all areas.

If you have capacity around equity, human rights, gender equality, community engagement and community leadership then please apply so that we can help the Global Fund to meet the requirements of the new strategy. 

We strongly encourage people living with the diseases, from key and vulnerable populations as well as transgender and non-binary people to apply given that they are under-represented on the TRP. The TRP is looking for people in one or more of the following primary areas of expertise:

  • HIV
  • TB
  • Malaria
  • Resilient and sustainable systems for health
  • Equity, human rights and gender equality, including community engagement and leadership
  • Health financing and sustainability
  • Pandemic preparedness and response

The TRP Recruitment page on the Global Fund website includes the call for applications in عربي | English | Español | Français | Русский

Applications are due on 24 July 2022. The selection of candidates by the Global Fund Strategy Committee is expected to be completed in January 2023.

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