The RBM Partnership to End Malaria is pleased to announce it has now opened a call for nominations for the Country/Regional Support Partner Committee (CRSPC) Co-Chair vacancy. The details of the nomination and selection process, which is in line with the RBM Partner Committee Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) approved in November 2017, are provided in this document, also available in French.
Any person with significant experience in the field of global health and/or development, including both public and private sector experience, and who is committed to the RBM Partnership vision of a world free from the burden of malaria is eligible to be considered for the role of the CRSPC Co-Chair. Candidates should be prominent leaders in the global malaria community and/or individuals who are able to ensure consistent resourcing of the RBM Partnership mechanisms or global efforts to fight malaria.
Completed nomination forms should be returned to RBM Board Affairs at BoardAffairs@endmalaria.org
The deadline for receipt of nominations is 15 November 2023.
Introduction to Partner Committees
The RBM Partner Committees (PCs) are intended to formalise, consolidate and amplify the Partnership priorities of advocacy, resource mobilisation, and country/regional support. The work of these Partner Committees are expected to align with the priorities outlined in the Global Technical Strategy 2016-2030 and Action and Investment to Defeat Malaria (AIM) 2016-2030, as well as with the Partnership Strategy and Annual Budget and Work Plans. The Leadership of each Partner Committee is expected to consist of two Co-Chairs - individuals nominated and selected from amongst the RBM partners - supported by a Partner Committee Manager employed by the RBM Secretariat.
The RBM Partner Committees (PCs) are:
● Advocacy & Resource Mobilisation
● Country/Regional Support
● Strategic Communications
More information about the RBM Partner Committees can be found here.
Purpose of County / Regional Support Partner Committee
The purpose of the Country/Regional Support Partner Committee (CRSPC) is to provide a platform to engage the RBM Partnership community in co-ordinating support to countries and regions as they execute their malaria control and elimination implementation programs. Support will be tailored to suit the requirements and existing capacity in each regions and country