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043-2-47734-4 SCB มูลนิธิกองทุนไทย (Thai Fund Foundation)

Finance Officer

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Organization : APN+
Type : Nonprofits / องค์กรไม่แสวงหาผลกำไร
Date : 17 Feb 2017
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Deadline : 22 / February / 2017

Term of Reference

APN+ Finance Manger

 

Job Opening               : Finance Officer

Department/Project   : Asia Pacific Key Population initiative – Regional GF NFM

 Grants

Duty Station               : Bangkok, Thailand

 

Background

APN+ is a network of People Living with HIV (PLHIV) in Asia and the Pacific. It was established in 1994 as a response to a need for a collective voice for PLHIV in the region, to better link regional PLHIV with networks throughout the world, to support regional responses to widespread stigma and discrimination and to advocate for better access to treatment, care and support.

 

In early 2014, APN+ concept note to The Global Fund NFM titled Asia Pacific Key Population Initiative was recommended for funding. The concept note covers program activities in nine countries, whereas in these countries HIV epidemic is concentrated among key populations. In spite of the presence of country HIV programs, there is limited evidence on quality of key population HIV interventions at the ground level. This grant embarks to build upon the information base that can be used for advocacy to improve service quality of services and strengthen programmatic approach towards key populations.

The grant will also work to capitalize on the strength of regional networks that are well positioned to advocate on key legal and regulatory issues. The goal of this regional grant is to contribute to a continued reduction in new HIV infections and reduction of HIV related morbidity among members of three key affected populations and people living with HIV in the participating countries. The grant will be implemented by 7 country level SRs and 3 regional SRs and APN+ as a Principle Recipient (PR)

 

The following are the objectives of the program:

  1. To build evidence for advocacy on improved quality of HIV prevention and care services to People Who Inject Drugs (PWID) in Cambodia, Indonesia, Nepal and Vietnam
  2. To build evidence for advocacy on improved quality of HIV prevention and care services to sex workers (SWs) in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar and Vietnam
  3. To improve understanding of existing community based HIV testing (CBT) services in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Indonesia, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, and Vietnam and identify best approaches to CBT in the region
  1. To expand knowledge of TG health status and needs with a focus on HIV in Indonesia, Nepal, Thailand, and Vietnam

 

Summary Position:

The Finance Officer will take a lead on financial planning, budgeting, building financial systems, developing financial recording and reporting tools, training finance staffs and in overall financial management of the grant. The Finance Officer is responsible to monitor, communicate in collecting reports and fund usage of all financial transaction accurately and ensuring all financial transaction are in accordance to existing the Global Fund policy and regulation The finance officer reports to the Grant Manager of GMU.

 

 

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