An international fellowship on leadership and governance in global health
The COVID19 crisis provides an opportunity to rethink and improve the global health landscape. It is a starting point for change, from which we can build new fundamentals for tomorrow’s world. The Ahimsa Renaissance Movement (A.R.M) seeks to catalyze transformative thinking around tomorrow’s world, with the involvement of the young generation. The movement hosted by the Ahimsa fund is launching a call for applications to join the A.R.M Fellowship program.
The A.R.M fellowship program seeks to:
Build upon the skills of young leaders in global health, with a focus on:
– international collaboration
– knowledge in global health
– project management
Empower young leaders to embody and pursue a new vision of leadership and governance in global health
This program will thrive on the collective intelligence, knowledge and broad range of skills present amongst its fellows. The program will be focused around three core activities:
The 2022 A.R.M fellowship will focus on the following areas:
Fighting poverty through enterprise
Strengthening collaborations between the Healthcare industry and faith communities
Making innovation accessible to the most vulnerable
Each fellow will select an area of focus and be partnered with an organization within the Ahimsa network with whom they will work on a specific project. The objective is for the fellow to work hand in hand with the organization to help them develop the project further.
The fellowship requires 5-10 hours of work per week:
Each fellow selects an area of focus (See area of focus above) and partners with an organisation within the Ahimsa Network. Matching the fellows and organizations is a collective process. The timeline for each project is defined at the beginning of the fellowship program, according to the skills, and availability of the fellow and the project manager from the organization.
Fellows will participate in monthly calls. These calls will facilitate best practice sharing, co-development and work on case studies.
The annual seminar will take place in June 2022 and will include debates and workshops from which fellows can gain a new understanding of leadership and governance in global health, share best practices and meet inspiring leaders.
Fellows will be matched with members of our network and of the strategic committee and will receive 1-1 mentoring on leadership skills.
Participation in strategic committee
Fellows will participate in 2 meetings of the ARM strategic committee as a voice for youth.
Engagement with local community
Each fellow will engage with his local community and bring their perspectives to their project. They will also take their training and the knowledge acquired from the fellowship back to their community and local organization.
BECOME A AHIMSA FELLOW
Applicants must be 18-35 years old with:
A passion for Global Health, Social Innovation, the pursuit of Collective Intelligence, and with a strong conviction that it is urgent to advocate for Health for All through Market Access solutions, and Community Empowerment.
A commitment to promoting the voice of youth in the advancement of health and well-being.
A passion for designing creative and innovative approaches.
A readiness to take initiative, establish priorities with minimal supervision and the ability to work independently as well as function as a member of a team.
An ability to question and challenge commonly accepted ways of thinking and doing, to work with others with an active commitment and to take on the leadership of projects.
The program is limited to 12 participants and starts on January 10th.
It is an online*, (max.) 30 weeks-long, free-of-charge fellowship program.
*with the exception of the annual forum if sanitary conditions allow it.
Applications closed on 30 November 2021.
Submissions will be reviewed in two stages. Successful applicants will be taken forth to Stage 2, and will be sent additional questions regarding their profile and expectations.
If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.