Special Announcement: Call for Expression of Interest for JLN Network Manager Mar 12, 2018

Special Announcement: Call for Expression of Interest for JLN Network Manager

The Joint Learning Network for Universal Health Coverage (JLN) is preparing to embark on its next phase with a long-term strategic plan that defines the 2022 vision for the network.

As the JLN continues to evolve with a growing membership base and technical offerings, the five-year strategy aims to ensure the network can grow sustainably and continue to provide a country-led and country-driven platform for practitioner-to-practitioner learning to accelerate UHC.

The JLN’s Steering Group is accordingly looking for a strong partner organization in the role of the JLN Network Manager that will support the implementation of the strategic plan and core network operations to achieve the 2022 vision for the network.

There is a consensus in the Steering Group that an evolved network management model will help to ensure JLN’s abilities to meet the changing needs of its members and strengthen the network’s sustainability. As the JLN’s current Network Coordination contract comes to an end in mid-2018, the Steering Group took a decision to strengthen institutional and financial sustainability by moving to a more accountable network management model with centralized fund management.

The open call for Expression of Interest can be accessed here. We invite you to review the announcement for your information and interest and share with your networks. For all Expression of Interest-related queries, please contact the JLN Steering Group.

Interested organizations must submit an Expression of Interest by 11:59:59 PM EST (Washington, D.C. time) on March 19, 2018, to the JLN Steering Group

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