The Global Health Fellows Program (GHFP) II is the US Agency for International Development Global Health (GH) bureau’s premier Fellowship program that identifies and supports diverse, technically excellent professionals at all levels to achieve the Agency’s health priorities. Through GHFP-II, USAID/GH has created career opportunities for Americans by identifying and training a global health workforce that mirrors the American public and brings a wide range of skills to the global health field.
Charlotte Colvin is the Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor for Tuberculosis in the Infectious Diseases Division, Office of Health, Infectious Diseases, and Nutrition at USAID. In that role, Charlotte focuses on maintaining USAID’s TB monitoring and evaluation system to inform investments at the global, regional and country levels. Charlotte is responsible for providing monitoring and evaluation support to the GH/HIDN/ID Tuberculosis program and to USAID country level TB programs. She also participates in international working groups and professional meetings related to TB and M&E, and prepares and submits papers to professional journals and meetings related to TB and M&E.
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South African Citizenship or South African Permanent Residency required.
All special positions have closing date of May 18, 12:00 am South African Standard Time