Board and TAG
Applications for the TAG are now open until Friday 29th May.
See below for more details on the application process
The Board operates on the basis of the operational document (see below). Board members serve for three years on a renewable basis. Vacancies are advertised as available, and applications reviewed by the Board.
Technical Advisory Group
The TAG helps shape and steers CaLP’s technical and policy priorities within agreed strategic vision for the network. The TAG reviews and/or endorses key technical outputs, ensuring complementarities with related member initiatives. TAG representatives are actively engaged in CaLP’s thematic priority initiatives and are also provided with opportunities to shape CaLP’s regional priorities. The TAG is made up of between 20 and 25 individuals from CaLP members who are able demonstrate, and leverage, a broad range of technical CVA expertise. For more information on the TAG please contact Anna Kondakhchyan, CaLP’s Global Programmes Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org