BCCM Membership Renewal – 2016
Members from academic institution bring a range of knowledge of the epidemics as well as social, political and cultural determinants involved in fighting the three diseases, including knowledge of key affected groups as well as insights into demographic factors and potential challenges to scaling up activities.
Criteria for voting membership of Academia constituency
- Government approved academic institutions, Universities and National Research organizations that can bring a range of knowledge of the epidemics as well as social, political and cultural determinants involved in fighting the three diseases, including knowledge of key affected groups as well as insights into demographic factors and potential challenges to scaling up activities.
- The individuals/experts must have a proven track record and must submit copy of their CV.
- The individuals/experts have been working for a minimum of 15 years and have teaching/research experiences in the health sector in particular HIV/AIDS, TB and malaria;
- An individual/expert who have ability to influence the academic/research community.
Criteria for candidate for election of Academia constituency
- Proven leadership and expertise in the health sector;
- Proven track record of active participation within the academic/research community;
- Willingness to contribute and commit time to CCM activities;
- In-service experts from government institutions are ineligible.
Documenting the Election of Constituency Representatives
Documenting election/selection process. Respective constituency (Academics) presents documentary evidence of their election process for electing their member and alternates that meet Global Fund requirements. The CCM Secretariat shall store copies of these documents in its archive.
- Documents describing membership renewal processes followed and the results of these processes;
- BCCM Election Commission will finalize the candidate and member/alternate election processes;
- Details of constituency: name and sector;
- Constituency membership list (detailed by member’ name, organization, sector clearly identifying this individual as representing the constituency)
- Copies of public communications, newspaper advertisements (print, web), circular letter, request of expression of interest etc. inviting non-governmental sector to a meeting to select their CCM members;
- Minutes of meeting of the sector (such as an Umbrella group, network) describing how they chose their representative
- Voting record, showing names of members voting
- Minutes of meeting describing the nomination process that selected the member and alternate to the BCCM;
- Letter to BCCM Secretariat from organization(s)/constituency representing the sector, which also describes the process of selection and final results.