Technical Assistance Program Faculty
WHAT NEW ROLE ARE WE EXPLORING FOR BMSF STF?
Through offering a Technical Assistance Program (TAP) and skills transfer program, Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation (BMSF) and its implementing partners hope to address a strategic challenge of effective and operational multi-sectoral collaborations in HIV/AIDS and possibly other chronic conditions, while sustaining demonstration programs by sharing and replicating STF lessons, experiences and successful models.
Why this approach? We are capitalizing on STF’s funding and program management experience and expertise as well as a track record showcasing our committed private public partnership program.
SECURE THE FUTURE IS OFFERING THE FOLLOWING PACKAGE:
- Technical assistance and know-how transfer and
- Technical assistance and seed funding package, limited to programs in Africa.
Program support will be executed by an experienced and expert pool of faculty members who have played a critical role in supporting NGO’s and CBO’s to provide essential services in the BMSF’s Community Based Treatment and NGO Training Institute Programs. They will share their experience, knowledge and expertise. The aim of the faculty is to develop and strengthen organizational and technical capacity and leverage and harness the potential of civil society in improve health outcomes of health programs.
With the evolution of HIV/AIDS, civil society responds to a myriad of challenges. Organizations and programs may request partnership or may be invited by BMSF Secure The Future to participate according to the context and their needs.
This programme will benefit
- National and district programs
- Non-governmental and community based organizations
- Special group programs, etc.
STF TAP also prioritizes replication requests that fulfills BMSF mandate of the bridging health gaps and addressing disparities.