District Programs Assistants


District Programs Assistants

Company Name Bantwana Zimbabwe
  • Number of Vacancy: 4
  • Category: NGO
  • Job Level: Mid Level
  • Working Hours: 0
  • Years of Experience 2
  • Salary Range: $-
  • Job Location: Nkayi
  • Preferred Age: 0 (years)
  • Required Education: Degree
  • Vacancy Nature: Fixed Term Contract

Description

The march is not ended: News, jobs & opportunities from Kubatana 18 August 2020 K Kubatana.net – Admin to me 5 days agoDetails “To have a different opinion does not mean to be an enemy." – Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops’ Conference Well hello there, Eish it’s been a busy week(s). Did you miss us? What between waving bye bye to Chibaba, and the #Maldives7 being removed from remand, we’ve barely had a chance to check whether any eager jacarandas are starting to pop. In this edition of our funky [not so little] e:zine we take a look at the government's attack on the Catholic Bishops, read our way through a scrumptious assortment of free short stories from the Decameron Project, zoom in on Belarus, where our all weather friends are experiencing ALL the weather, and sit back with Gibson Ncube to learn more about how Zimbabwean artists are helping preserve our memories. So buckle your seat belt… and get stuck in! Till next time, The Kubatana Team Catholic bishops draw solidarity Last week, the Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops Conference joined the Evangelical Fellowship of Zimbabwe and the Zimbabwe Heads of Christian Denominations (ZHoCD) in raising concerns about the situation in Zimbabwe. In their pastoral letter, the Bishops referenced the prophet Micah’s warnings on corruption, and the integrity of the prophet Jeremiah in speaking truth to power. The Bishops wrote: "It feels as though the poor have no one to defend them. They don’t seem to feature on the national agenda. Their cries for an improved health system go unheeded. Their plea for a transport system that meets their transport blues are met with promises and more promises and no action. The only time we see real action is when our leaders are jostling for power, to secure it or to ascend to offices of power. It is not clear to us as your Bishops that the national leadership we have has the knowledge, social skills, emotional stability and social orientation to handle the issues that we face as a nation. All we hear from them is blame of our woes on foreigners, colonialism, white settlers and the so-called internal detractors. When are we going to take responsibility for our own affairs?" In response, Information Minister Monica Mutvsangwa issued a statement saying the letter's "evil message . . . trumpets petty tribal feuds so it can sow seeds of internecine strife as a prelude to national disintegration." She further singled out Harare Archbishop Ndlovu alone, when the letter was signed by the Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops Conference (ZCBC) as a whole. She alleged Archbishop Ndlovu wants "to lead the Zimbabwe Catholic congregation into the darkest dungeons of Rwanda-type genocide" and accused him of posing "as the leader of a righteous Ndebele minority, fanning the psychosis of tribal victimisation." The outrage Mutvsangwa’s statement has drawn shows that an awful lot of people are paying attention. The Apostolic Nuncio visited Archbishop Ndlovu in solidarity, and statements expressing concern and solidarity for the Catholic Bishops have been published by a range of organisations. The Catholic Professionals Network of Zimbabwe described Mutsvangwa’s statement as “rushed and angry.” The Zimbabwe Council of Churches called it “emotional and disrespectful.” Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights called it a "curse-laden tirade" that also raised some "unwarranted tribal sentiments." The Catholic Lawyers Guild of Zimbabwe described it as an “unwarranted vitriolic attack.” And the Evangelical Fellowship of Zimbabwe said “true democracy is not built on threatening and criticising those who speak up or speak out.” New documentaries released by Habakkuk Trust focus on the physical and emotional impact which Gukurahundi survivors experience to this day. Still Remembered Last week, Habakkuk Trust launched three documentaries on Gukurahundi. The documentaries focus on the physical and emotional impact which Gukurahundi survivors experience to this day. Missing Persons looks at those who were disappeared during Gukurahundi. Untold Stories of Women documents the gender based violence and sexual abuse women experienced during Gukurahundi. And Healing the Dead spotlights exhumations and the lasting pain which improperly burying loved ones can bring to the living. The 30-minute documentaries are graphic, harrowing and very difficult to watch. But they bring empathy, life and voice to a painful, shameful part of Zimbabwe’s history which has yet to be properly grieved and healed. Doth protest too much? Zimbabwe’s annual inflation now stands at 837%, according to ZimStat. Drought, economic decline and Covid-19 related business pressures have all contributed to deepening levels of poverty and insecure livelihoods. The World Food Programme predicts 60% of Zimbabweans will face food insecurity this year. The fragility of Zimbabwe’s health care system is acknowledged even by President Mnangagwa, and Covid-19 only adds more pressure. In res

Work/Educational Requirements

Bachelor’s Degree in social science or related field, and a minimum of 2 years relevant experience working on adolescent and youth health related interventions; Experience of HIV/GBV program planning and implementation at the community, provincial and district levels working with NGO sectors; Experience in program administrative, and financial management systems; Knowledge of HIV/GBV, health systems, and related issues specifically targeted for adolescent girls and young women; Strong writing and interpersonal communication skills; Prior experience in implementing DREAMS programs an added advantage

To Apply

To apply for this position, please submit a cover letter, CV, and three references (including name, organization, phone number, and email address) to [email protected] with position title in the subject line. Due to high volumes of application, only successful candidates will be contacted.

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