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Vacancy Announcement
National AIDS Authority (NAA)
The office of sub-recipient for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria


The National AIDS Authority (NAA) is designated as the Sub-recipient to receive grant from PR/NCHADS on behalf of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM)/SSF for HIV/AIDS Component. The NAA invite applications from qualified and experienced candidates to apply for three positions of as below:

1. MARPs Advisor
2. IEC Material Technical Advisor
3. Technical Advisor to conduct national review challenges and laws and  policies barriers affecting young people, aged 15-24, from MARPs in access to health-care and social service

It is highly recommended that interested applicants shall obtain the full detailed Term of Reference (TOR) for the post before submission of the application. The full TOR can be requested from the SR office by email or directly contacting the SR office or visit www.naa.org.kh; detail address is provided below. Applicants without prior knowledge of TOR will not be accepted.

Interested candidates should submit their CVs, including a cover letter, by Wednesday, 16th July 2014 at 17:00 pm with attention to:
Ms. Muth Seineada, Email: mseineada@yahoo.com
National AIDS Authority ,Building #16, Street corner 271 & 150, Sangkat Toek La-ark 2, Khan Toul Kork.
Tel: 023 885 129, 012 824 047

Only short listed candidates will be contacted for further interview.

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