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Global Health Technical Professionals

Credence Management Solutions and Public Health Institute are partnering over five years to implement the Global Health Technical Professionals (GHTP), a project of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). Credence and PHI support the Global Health Bureau’s commitment to improving global health outcomes in communities around the world by providing technical professionals at all career stages for posts both in Washington, D.C. and abroad. These global health professionals augment the Agency’s programs addressing its three strategic priorities: preventing child and maternal deaths; controlling the HIV/AIDS epidemic; and, combating infectious diseases. They improve the technical abilities of USAID offices, teams and working groups by bolstering technical leadership, accelerating innovation, increasing science and technology capabilities, strengthening local capacities, promoting gender equality, and providing acquisition and additional services on a variety of global health program initiatives. For more information contact info@globalhealthtp.org.

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Global Health Technical Professionals

In partnership with Credence Management Solutions, PHI is developing a new cadre of USAID Global Health Technical Professionals (GHTP) while also providing non-direct hire global health Technical Professionals to the USAID Bureau for Global Health and other Agency offices in Washington and overseas. The project serves primarily as an entry point for junior- and mid-level technical professionals who are new to USAID.

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