STOPAIDS is recruiting for a short-term consultant

STOPAIDS is commissioning a consultant to conduct an evaluation of the role and effectiveness of STOPAIDS and the broader UK Global Fund Working Group (Working Group) in their work around the last Global Fund Replenishment.

Within the context of the UK Government making a reduced pledge with several challenging external circumstances, we would like the consultant to assess the impact of our work both organisationally as STOPAIDS and as the Working Group. This should articulate the specific contribution made by STOPAIDS and Working Group, and review which advocacy tactics have been most successful. It will consider advocacy from 2020-2022, including an assessment on the contribution of civil society advocacy in influencing decision-making on the final pledge from the UK Government. We would also like the consultant to share lessons learned and recommendations as we plan the next phase of our work on Global Fund resource mobilisation advocacy.

This evaluation should refer to and build on past evaluations we have conducted of our Global Fund Replenishment advocacy and HIV prioritisation work, and other recent internal and external evaluations considering the 2023 Global Fund replenishment. 

Further details can be in the Terms of Reference: Evaluation of STOPAIDS Work on the 2022 Global Fund Replenishment.

Please submit an Expression of Interest to by 6pm BST on 26th June. Applications should include: 

  1. A short statement with the consultants’ suggested approach, budget and timeline (max. 2 pages) 
  2. A CV highlighting relevant experience and the name of one referee. 

STOPAIDS is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and contractor. All qualified applicants will receive positive consideration without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, sex characteristics, HIV status, national origin, genetics, disability, or age. 

People living with or affected by HIV, from Black, Asian or other minority groups and people based in low- and middle- income countries are particularly encouraged to apply and/or get in touch with any queries about the role (please email 

We are open to considering applications from joint applicants who would deliver the consultancy together. This consultancy is suitable for flexible working and work patterns, including arrangements such as non-standard working hours and working from home.