CIDRZ participates as a site for the Global Health Corps, an international programme for promising professionals in the early stages of their public health career. The emphasis on “paired” local and international trainees – a hallmark of the GHC programme – enhances the bi-directional exchange of knowledge and encourages future collaboration. GHC is building a community of committed leaders who share a common belief: Health is a human right. GHC Fellowships provide opportunities for talented young professionals from diverse backgrounds to work in positions of high impact in year-long, paid fellowship positions. Fellows engage in training, professional development and thoughtful community-building, and continue to draw upon their fellowship experience and the GHC alumni network as they build careers of lasting impact.
To date, Global Health Corps Fellows have worked closely with the CIDRZ Cervical Cancer Prevention Programme of Zambia, under expert research and public health mentorship. At this time GHC is accepting applications from qualified individuals for two Business Development Fellow positions to be attached to CIDRZ.
To see details about the American position, please go to: Z08-USA: Business Development Fellow: Women’s Cancer Control Services, CIDRZ, Zambia
To see details about the Zambian position, please go to: Z08-Int: Business Development Fellow: Women’s Cancer Control Services, CIDRZ, Zambia
For general information about the Global Health Corps Program, please go to http://ghcorps.org/