Are you advocates of the right to health and access to treatment? or activist living with HIV, hepatitis C, hepatitis B or tuberculosis in the North Africa and Middle East (MENA) region? Would you like to participate in an interactive meeting between activists and the pharmaceutical industry?
In this case, ITPC-MENA launches a call for applications to participate to the second meeting of the MENA-CAB (Community Advisory Board), which is a space for dialogue between civil society, activists and pharmaceutical companies as well as public health institutions working on access to treatment.
The main objective of the MENA-CAB meeting will be to improve access to strategic information for people living with HIV, hepatitis C, hepatitis B and tuberculosis as well as to develop and strengthen a set of advocates in the MENA region to provide them with the necessary expertise on the issue of access to treatment.
Recall that ITPC-MENA is a treatment access association operating in the MENA region to provide universal access to treatment, prevention and health services for people living with HIV and HCV. The work of ITPC-MENA is guided by the understanding that access to HIV and HCV treatment is a human
and universal right.
The application is open to all people from/working in the MENA region committed to the fight against AIDS, hepatitis and tuberculosis, access to medicines and advocacy for people living with HIV, hepatitis C, hepatitis B and tuberculosis. People from populations most at risk for these diseases are strongly encouraged to apply.
Each candidate is invited to apply on their own behalf and must return the completed form, accompanied by a letter of motivation, and any other document that may support the application (CV, publications or other).
Applications will be examined by the steering committee of MENA-CAB. The closing date for nominations is 20 September 2018. No applications will be considered beyond this deadline.
Applications must be sent to the following address: email@example.com