Human Rights Day 2017: Stand Up for Each Other, #StandUp4HumanRights
Organizing for Zimbabwe Trust (O4Z) joins the rest of the world in commemorating the World Human Rights Day, a day celebrated annually to mark the significant human rights breakthrough by United Nations through the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) , a global guideline for the respect of basic human rights.
Strengthening Young Women’s Voices through Income Generating Projects
It’s all smiles for young women in Mudhindo village, Guruve District in Mashonaland Province after they successfully harvested their fish under a project coordinated by Institute for Young Women Development Trust, a local community based organisation based in Bindura, and supported by an international organisation called IDEX with the main aim of strengthening young women’s voices in their communities.
Echoes from Goree: Resisting a Contemporary African Slave Trade
Visiting Goree Island in Senegal did not turn out to be as eerie as I had initially anticipated. And I wasn’t going to have an Obama picturesque moment of looking austerely toward the open Atlantic ocean.
It will be very unfair to compare President Emmerson Mnangagwa and the current Tanzanian President John Pombe Magufuli. This is so in the sense that the two African countries face different problems at the moment.
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UNESCO Man And Biosphere Young Scientist Award 2018
Call for Proposals: the United Nations Democracy Fund
The United Nations Democracy Fund (UNDEF) is currently accepting grant proposals from civil society organizations for two-year projects. Candidates must submit a proposal that falls under one of eight categories, may request a grant for the minimum of $100,000 and a maximum of $300,000, and must submit their application before December 15, 2017.
CANVASSITY Pan African Youth Democracy Fellowship 2018
Would you like to join 50 bodacious youth influencers from 15 African countries on a quest for accountable, efficient and impactful governance; through inclusive people centric policy processes and engagements?
The Matasa Fellows Network is pleased to announce that eight fellowships will be awarded in 2017. Launched in 2015, the Matasa Fellows network seeks to develop a cohort of young African researchers with the skills and commitment to engage in policy-oriented research around the challenges of young people and employment in Africa.
Career Opportunities: Programme Policy Officer (South-South Cooperation and Partnership) P3 (71681)
The World Food Programme (WFP) is the world’s largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide. We are seeking to fill the position of Programme Policy Officer (South-South Cooperation and Partnership) in support of the WFP Zimbabwe Office, based in Harare, Zimbabwe.
The Assistant Project Officer (APO) reports to the District Project Officer (DPO) and is responsible for supporting the DPO in the planning, coordination and implementation of the DREAMS Project activities.
The M&E Assistant works under the direct supervision of the District Project Officer (DPO) and will work to support the District coordinators, District facilitators, Club facilitators in M&E related activities for FHI 360 Zimbabwe at district level. S/he collaborates closely with other colleagues at facility level to provide data management support.
Monash University is offering a number of scholarship programs including the Monash University International Leadership Scholarships for outstanding international students who wish to pursue an undergraduate or postgraduate degree at Monash University.
Manager, Research Initiatives, Human Rights Funders Network
Human Rights Funders Network (formerly International Human Rights Funders Group – IHRFG) is a global network of grantmakers committed to advancing human rights through effective philanthropy. The network comprises approximately 350 grantmaking institutions around the world.
The Analyst will be a key member of the CHAI Zimbabwe Access Programs team and is expected to provide analytical rigor for all access work related to drugs access solutions for HIV and TB as well as Health solutions.
The Regional Office for Africa (AFRO), based in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo, is one of the six regions of the World Health Organization (WHO). AFRO is responsible for 47 of the 54 countries in Africa.