POP INN seeks to generate new partnerships with other key population-focused organizations and healthcare services.
To collaborate, please contact us:
The Aurum Institute Johannesburg,
Oﬃce 29 Queens Road Parktown,
AURUM POP INN ADVISORY BOARD
Purpose of the Advisory Board
The Advisory Board (“the Board”) to the Aurum Institute’s Key Populations Programme, POP INN, will provide high level input and guidance on the programme design and direction; and promote networking and increase the visibility of the needs of our beneficiaries.
The aim of the board is to bring together a collective of experts on the direction of the programme, value-add services and discuss developments in the social, political, and economical contexts of our key populations.
This Terms of Reference is effective from 01 November 2020 and continues to be of force and effect until terminated or amended by agreement between the members of the board or until dissolved by the Board of the Aurum Institute
The Board shall comprise of no more than 15 members.
The board comprises initially of the following advocates and members:
Matshidiso Chabane, Programme Manager, The Aurum Institute
Jacqueline Pienaar, Technical Director, The Aurum Institute
Happy Phaleng, Project Coordinator, The Aurum Institute
Boitumelo Ramashala, Project Coordinator, The Aurum Institute
Dr Dulcy Rakumakoe, Medical Doctor and founder of Quadcare
Liberty Matthyse, Executive Director, Gender Dynamix
Brian Sibeko, activist, Gay and Lesbian Network
Motlatsi Motseoile, Legal practitioner and LGBTQ equality advocate
Anil Padavatan, Health Advocacy Officer, Gender Dynamix
Kerry Frizelle, Psychologist, University of KZN
Helen Savva, KP Lead, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Roles and Responsibilities of the Board
The board is accountable for:
Advising of new developments in the field
Guiding on methods/processes to support alignment to the NSP and promote impact of Pop INN
The membership of the Board will commit to:
Attending all scheduled Advisory Board meetings;
Sharing all communications and information across all Board members.
Notifying members of the Board, as soon as practical, if any matter arises which may be deemed to affect the board.
Attending all meetings and if necessary, nominate a proxy.