IAEFP Fellows documents

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IAEFP Documents for Fellows

Please take a few minutes to go through the different sections on this page. All the headings in blue are links to attachments. The information in sections 1 and 2 are required to process your fellowship and travel, section 3 includes information about your fellowship specifics, and sections 4&5 will give you more information on Uganda orientation documents to prepare for your assignment.

Fellowship timeline:

Section 1: Forms to be returned

Please send completed forms to Priyanka Subba: [email protected]

  1. Fellow Travel Information Form
  2. IAEFP fellow Release
  3. Addendum to the IAEFP fellows Agreement
  4. Medical clearance form 
  5. Direct deposit authorization

CRS Learns courses to be completed prior to departure:

CRS Learns Courses: There are a few courses that fellows are required to take prior to departure. Please follow the steps below to enroll into CRS learns and then complete the courses.

    1. Fill out and submit this form: CRS Learns Self-registration link
    2. Inform Priyanka once the registration is submitted – It will take 48 hours for you to gain access to the courses
    3. Complete the Courses assigned to you in the order listed:

Section 2: Essential Documents for Travel and Visa

  1. Uganda fellow Visa guidance: A note that we will be processing your visas as “work permits” since your duration in Uganda is longer than a normal business visa allows. we will share more details on the process in the coming weeks. All your expenses will be covered by CRS.
    • Please ship your work permit documents to:
      • Priyanka Subba
      • 5006 stone shop circle,
      • Owings Mills, MD 21117
  2. Certificate of good conduct guidance
  3. Recommended Vaccines
  4. Degree Certificate – this is needed for your visa processing.

Section 3: Information about your fellowship

Section 4: Insurance, safety & security

Section 5: Safety & Security

Please note that these documents are in the process of being updated but the majority of the content is relevant. Although you will receive an in-country security briefing when you arrive, take some time to read these documents informing you about the situation “on the ground” and your insurance processes so that you are best prepared for your time in Uganda.

Section 6: Non-CRS Resources – Language, History, and Culture