Advocacy Fellowship at The Fund for Global Health
The Fund for Global Health
The Fund for Global Health advocates for large scale changes to avert preventable death and disability. We are currently lobbying for increased U.S. foreign assistance to fight tuberculosis, for comprehensive primary health care, and for approved accountability for health outcomes produced with U.S. aid.
Join a network of fellows of all backgrounds whose US Representatives or Senators are on the Congressional subcommittees of Appropriations that fund foreign aid. You will be trained and supported in effective citizen advocacy, urging key Members of Congress to increase funding for global health programs.
We are seeking fellows to work about 5 hours a week for a minimum of 12 months in a schedule that works for them. All activities will be conducted remotely.
Visit our website and click "Get Involved" to learn more: www.fundforglobalhealth.org
About The Fund for Global Health
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The Fund for Global Health is a social profit organization: we are a philanthropic agency seeking improvement in social indicators rather than monetary profit. In short, our driving mission is to provide the maximum possible health benefit to vulnerable communities. Join a network of advocacy fellows who work with U.S. Senators or Representatives. You will be trained and supported in effective citizen advocacy, urging key Members of Congress to increase U.S. funding levels for global health programs.
The Fund for Global Health is a non-partisan, non-profit aid and advocacy organization, the activities of which include working with Congress on policy improvements and increased funding for selected U.S. global health and humanitarian aid programs. For more information, go to our website and click on 'Get Involved’ to see more about our Advocacy Fellowship Opportunity: www.fundforglobalhealth.org