GHSM Career Event: Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) Wednesday 26th October 2-3 pm S-2.08

On Weds 26th October Caroline Middlecote, the Associate Director, Country Support, HIV Programs and two of Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI)’s Talent Acquisition Managers, Sydney Leroy and Ndunge Mwangi, will be on campus at King’s College to speak about the organization, spotlight the HIV program and address the recruitment process. This will be a short presentation followed by Q&A.

Wednesday 26th October 2-3pm S-2.08  Strand Campus

The event is open to all GHSM UG and PG students. That’s a great opportunity for you so do go if you can!

You can  sign-up here

If you have any problems signing up write to our GHSM Career Consultant.

The Clinton Health Access Initiative, Inc. (CHAI) was founded in 2002 with a transformational goal: help save the lives of millions of people living with HIV/AIDS in the developing world by dramatically scaling up antiretroviral treatment. Since our foundation, CHAI has pursued several similarly ambitious goals, from scaling up pediatric AIDS treatment in order to achieve equity with adults in a time frame few thought possible, to rapidly accelerating the rollout of new vaccines. CHAI has achieved many of its most important successes when seeking to fundamentally change the way the world approaches an issue and pushing the boundaries of what is considered feasible in global health. CHAI’s focus is transformational work that creates a change in the way actors approach and realize goals. Today, CHAI operates in 33 countries across the developing world and more than 70 countries are able to access CHAI-negotiated price reductions, vaccines, medical devices, and diagnostics.


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