Nomination Process: Civil Society and Community Representatives to COVAX Manufacturing Taskforce

The Platform for Civil Society and Community Representatives to ACT-A and the Gavi CSO Steering Committee are currently inviting applications for representatives to the COVAX Manufacturing Taskforce.

The Civil Society & Communities Representatives to the COVAX Manufacturing Taskforce will advocate the viewpoints and needs of NGOs and Communities within the taskforce, working closely with the civil society representatives to COVAX, Gavi CSOs and the Platform for Civil Society and Community Representatives. 

The Platform for Civil Society and Community Representatives to ACT-A and the Gavi CSO Steering Committee are currently inviting applications for five representatives:

  • 1 representative to the manufacturing taskforce leadership team 
  • 1 representative to workstream 1: Improve input supply availability 
  • 1 representative to workstream 2: Maximize mid-term manufacturing capacity
  • 1 representative to workstream 3: New and expanded sustainable capacity in LMICs 
  • 1 representative to workstream 0: Taskforce Coordination Office

How to apply: If you are interested in applying please review the terms of reference which can be found here and submit the following to Courtenay (courtenay@stopaids.org.uk):Completed application form which can be found here

Short CV/resume (maximum 2 pages)

Letter of reference from the NGO to which you are affiliated (if applying as an NGO representative) or from a Community representative or colleague (if applying as a Community representative)

The deadline for applications is 5pm BST on Friday 25 June 2021.

If you have any questions or need any further information, please email Courtenay (courtenay@stopaids.org.uk)