E-DRUG: Civil Society delegations to UNITAID are seeking new members
The Civil Society delegations to UNITAID are seeking new members for their
Full terms of reference are available at https://docs.com/VLMA or by emailing
Please email all expressions of interest to UNITAID Civil Society Delegations
Liaison Officer, Leila Zadeh: LZadeh@oxfam.org.uk.
UNITAID is an innovative global health initiative that uses its long-term
sustainable funding to support projects that positively impact the market for
medicines, diagnostics and other health products for HIV and AIDS, TB and
Malaria. UNITAID also encourages innovation to ensure medicines are available
in formulations and combinations that are best suited to the target populations
and treatment conditions in developing countries.
For more information on UNITAID, please see www.unitaid.eu
The Civil Society Delegations to the UNITAID Board are the two seats
representing Communities affected by HIV and AIDS, TB or malaria, and NGOs
involved in the global fight against these diseases on the executive Board of
UNITAID. The Communities and NGOs board members choose to work together a great
deal, but constitute two distinct delegations, each with its own voice and
The Civil Society Delegations' Contact Group is the for civil society
representatives interested in following key issues at UNITAID and the
activities of the civil society board members. Members of the Contact Group
receive regular updates on the activities of the Civil Society Delegations, are
invited to attend teleconferences discussing key UNITAID issues, and have the
opportunity to participate in document review processes and attend pre-Board
Full terms of reference for the Contact Group can be found at at
https://docs.com/VLMA or upon request by emailing LZadeh@oxfam.org.uk.
If you are interested in joining the Contact Group, please email the Liaison
Officer, Leila Zadeh at LZadeh@oxfam.org.uk .
Please state in your email:
If you are an NGOs or Communities representative
Your country of residence
Name of the organisation you work for (where applicable)
Your areas of interest and expertise in the field of HIV/AIDS, TB and malaria
Confirmation that you have read the terms of reference
Commitment to maintaining confidentiality around all Board and Committee
Thanks and best wishes - we look forward to working with you,
Nelson Otwoma (National Empowerment Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS in
Kenya, Communities Board Member)
Gracia Violeta Ross Quiroga (Bolivian People Living with HIV and AIDS,
Communities Alternate Board Member)
Tido von Schoen-Angerer (Health Action International, NGOs Board Member)
Brook Baker (Health GAP, NGOs Alternate Board Member)
Leila Zadeh (Liaison Officer, Civil Society Delegations to UNITAID)
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Leila Zadeh <LZadeh@oxfam.org.uk>