Joselyn Pang is Manager, International Program, Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations Joselyn brings with her 16 years of professional experience in development work, with a focus on the HIV response in South East Asian countries including Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, and Thailand. Over the past ten years, she developed technical skills in grant and project management, technical support management and delivery, community capacity development, risk management, monitoring and evaluation and proposal development.
She expanded the first Asia-Pacific regional pediatric HIV database into a large and diversified program including seven sub-studies on adolescent’s behavior, co-infections, and effects of anti-HIV drugs, and educational activities from the year 2006-2012 during her role as the Pediatric Program Manager at TREAT Asia.
She served as a Project Director of the National Global Fund grant at the Malaysian AIDS Council (MAC) from the April 2012- February 2017. She successfully led two rounds of funding proposals with robust implementation arrangement plans for eventual transition and sustainability of the national response. She also initiated innovative approaches such as PrEP and case management in ensuring key populations are tested and retained in the continuum of care. She has vast experience working with key populations (KPs), government partners, and providing strong linkages and partnership in the HIV response.
Currently, she leads a two-year regional Global Fund grant, which aims to enable and empower Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and KP networks in four countries in South East Asia to engage and advocate in HIV funding processes. The program will contribute to evolving understandings of transition and sustainable financing, engaging civil society and key population perspectives on key HIV financing issues and aligning with country specific priorities and national strategic plans.