Join CUGH’s Crisis Response and Capacity Building Corps
Two of the greatest global health problems we face are acute humanitarian crises and a chronic lack of capacity across skill sets in low resource settings. The catastrophic outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa once again highlighted both of these challenges.
Within CUGH’s extensive global network are professionals who, from time to time, may be interested in using their skill sets to address acute or chronic challenges. We are creating two rosters to identify these individuals.
THE TWO ROSTERS ARE:
CUGH’s Crisis Response Corps (This is for those who would like to volunteer/work in an acute humanitarian crisis.)
CUGH’s Capacity Building Corps (This is for individuals interested in training and capacity building.)
We are soliciting professionals who may be interested in being on one or both of these rosters.
When academic institutions, NGOs, and governments are seeking individuals with needed skill sets to provide assistance in an acute crisis or help build long-term capacity, we will share these opportunities with relevant persons listed in the rosters. It will be up to the individuals to contact the organizations.
These rosters will not be public and will not be shared with any organization/person requesting assistance. They will be kept at CUGH’s Secretariat.
If you are interested in being included in one or both of these rosters please click the link below. Please share this opportunity with your networks. Together we can help to address these two compelling global challenges.