Technical Evaluation Reference Group



The TERG is currently looking for multiple, senior (at least 15-20 years of experience) and accomplished evaluators with significant relevant expertise and experience to replace out-going members. Experts from implementing countries are particularly encouraged to express their interest in serving on the TERG to ensure geographical balance.

To ensure that candidates are fully informed of the role and expectations of TERG membership, we suggest that the TERG Terms of Reference and Recruitment Strategy are read before completing the attached Expression of Interest form. Both documents are available on this web page (see below). Potential candidates should particularly note that membership to the TERG requires serious time commitment and participation.

Completed Expression of Interest forms together with an up-to-date CV should be sent to by midnight 17 January 2018 (Geneva time). Potential candidates may then be contacted for a telephone consultation to be held in mid-February.

For any clarification concerning this communication, please contact the above email address.

  • Expression of Interest - TERG Member Replenishment 2018
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The Technical Evaluation Reference Group (TERG) is an independent evaluation advisory group, accountable to the Global Fund Board through its Strategy Committee for ensuring independent evaluation of the Global Fund business model, investments and impact.

The Technical Evaluation Reference Group oversees independent evaluations on behalf of the Board and its committees. The group also independently assesses and reports on the monitoring and evaluation work conducted by the Global Fund Secretariat, as well as provides it with independent advice on monitoring and evaluation matters.

Membership is drawn from a range of stakeholders, including practitioners, research institutions, academics, from donor and implementing countries and nongovernmental organizations. Voting members are appointed by the Board’s Strategy Committee. They serve in their personal capacities; do not represent their employers, governments or organizations; and are institutionally independent of the Secretariat, the Board and Board committees.

The reference group is chaired by Dr. James Tulloch, an independent health and development consultant.


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