Frontline Technical Assistance
Frontline Technical Assistance provides rapid, responsive and high quality support to organisations who need advice and guidance to improve the way they work.
Technical assistance is non-financial support provided by experts. It usually involves sharing information and expertise, skills transfer, and experience sharing. We provide this to people and organisations at the community, national, and global levels.
Frontline Technical Assistance has three key principles:
- Community empowerment
- Flexible approach
HOW WE DO IT
We do this by recruiting qualified consultants to deliver the support that is needed. Having a pool of consultants means that we are ready to rapidly choose and send a consultant at any time.
Our consultants have extensive experience in:
- HIV and AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis
- Finance, monitoring and evaluation, systems strengthening, public health
- Human rights, gender, sexual and reproductive health and rights
Each consultant will be supported and managed by a Delegated Technical Manager. This person ensures that the support delivered by the consultant is of high quality.
Since we began our work, we have managed the delivery of over £7.65m worth of technical assistance and supported over 200 consultancies.
WHERE WE DO IT
We work globally, reaching over 25 countries in 2018, including: Albania, Bhutan, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Cote D’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Kenya, Liberia, Malawi, Morocco, Mozambique, Niger, Nigeria, Peru, PNG, Romania, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda.
We are currently working on a Frontline Technical Assistance information pack, which will be available for download soon. The pack will contain information regarding:
- Becoming a Frontline Technical Assistance consultant
- Requesting Frontline Technical Assistance
- Supporting Frontline Technical Assistance.
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