Meet our 2021 newly selected Community Liaison Officers

CVC in partnership with UCTRANS will contract the service of Community Liaison Officers
in Bahamas, Haiti, Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago to support UCTRANS and their national
partners in the countries in meaningful engagement of Trans people. The Community Liaison
Officers will be assigned to the local partners in the Bahamas, Haiti, Jamaica and Trinidad &
Tobago and will be responsible for the following:

Duties of the Community Liaison Officer
 Mobilize trans people through national trans organizations
 Assist with the coordination of 2 stakeholder meetings
 Assist in the building of social support networks
 Assist with the coordination of at least 5 support group sessions
 Assist with the facilitation of at least 3 capacity strengthening activities
 Work with national partner to map the impact of COVID-19 and community needs
 Quarterly updates to map Trans-friendly services
 Maintain project records, a database of project partners and stakeholders
 Maintain referral listing and make referrals for services
 Support the maintenance and updating of the national networks social media platforms
 Support with the documentation of human rights violations on the Shared Incident
Database (SID)

Semi Kaefra Alisha Fermond- CLO – Haiti Pronoun – She
Tino Collins – CLO- The Bahamas – Pronoun – He
Xoe Sazzle CLO-Trinidad and Tobago Pronoun – She

Not Pictured: Yolanda N. Constant – Jamaica CLO

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