2017 Tekano Atlantic Fellowship for Health Equity in South Africa (Funded)

Application Deadline: May sixteenth 2017

Tekano, signifying “equity” in Sesotho, is a non-benefit association built up to a great extent to drive the Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity in South Africa. This activity could be supported for whatever length of time that 20 years by The Atlantic Philanthropies as a feature of their making of an interconnected partnership program on five mainlands. The program will create dynamic initiative to handle the profound social and financial disparities that portray SouthAfrica and effect on the wellbeing of our kin.

Every year Tekano will choose 30 Atlantic Fellows to take part in an organized learning

program that is between disciplinary and concentrated on combining administration for change.

Colleagues will be presented to social and wellbeing treacheries and their causes, and in addition to imaginative multi-part endeavors to address wellbeing disparity in South Africa and past.

They will utilize this introduction to animate level headed discussion and discourse, think about what they realize and relate basic hypothesis, investigation and ideas to their encounters.

Prerequisites:

Tekano tries to enroll youthful and mid-vocation social change advocates, regardless of citizenship, who are more youthful than 45 years old and living and working in South Africa.

Tekano welcomes applications both from people and from gatherings of four to five individuals who are as of now cooperating on a wellbeing value issue and are ideally working for various associations

Members will be relied upon to:

• Have full support from their manager to take part in the program.

• Commit to going to the whole course which includes six modules that keep running over a

time of one year :

o Module 1: 7 to 11 September 2017

o Module 2: 9 to 13 November 2017

o Module 3: 25 to 29 January 2018

o Module 4: 15 to 19 March 2018

o Module 5 : 24 to 28 May 2018

o Module 6 : 2 to 6 August 2018.

• Participate in cooperation exercises between modules including internet learning, backing

exercises and gathering ventures, and so forth.

• Remain drawn in with the Atlantic Fellows Program past the association year as an

dynamic graduated class part.

Benefits:

There are no expenses to be paid by effective candidates to go to the association program.

All travel, convenience and accidental costs will be secured by Tekano.

HOW TO APPLY?

To apply, visit our site to get to the application structure, then present this along

with other obliged data to Thabisile@tekano.org.za

Agenda OF DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED:

Application frame (online ideally however messaged entries will likewise be acknowledged).

Educational programs vitae (not longer than four pages).

Great quality electronic shading photograph (representation).

Test of your best distribution or article distributed over the most recent five years (if distributed); a bit of keeping in touch with only you composed; or a case of a promotion activity you have assumed a position of authority in (for instance, a YouTube video or a media write up about the activity).

Letter of a basic level support from Supervisor or pioneer in the association in which you volunteer. ( This ought to be from your quick director or whoever has specialism to

conclude that you can invest significant time for the association and that you can apply lessons learnt to your own particular work environment.)

Two letters of reference.

A concise application video in which you portray why you are quick to pick up a partnership

furthermore, what you seek the esteem would be after your field of work.

Timetable:

Space is constrained and the due date for applications is Tuesday 16 May 2017.

You won’t be considered for the cooperation unless every required archive and the video have been submitted.

All candidates will be educated about the status of their application by means of email no later than 30 June 2017

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the 2017 Tekano Atlantic Fellowship for Health Equity in South Africa

For more inquiries about admissions and visas to study abroad, send an email enquiries@study-domain.com or call: +2347037293057, 08125835476

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