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You can make a difference and help disabled children in Africa – come and work or volunteer for AbleChildAfrica.

Job Vacancies

     

We are currently recruiting for a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) consultant with expertise in child-focused and disability inclusive MEL. 

AbleChildAfrica is at an important stage of its organisational development. We have recently completed a strategic review and finalised our strategy for the period 2017-2022. Our new strategic period will focus on improving and establishing strong MEL tools, systems and procedures for measuring the impact of the organisation.

Applicants must provide a fully costed and timed package, which incorporates completion of all deliverables as part of the application process.

Read the job pack and apply here!

Deadline is midnight Friday 31st August.

 

Volunteer Opportunities

We are currently recruiting for members of the African Advisory Committee.

AbleChildAfrica is excited to be expanding our African Advisory Committee. Now moving into its second year, the African Advisory Committee is seeking members from Tanzania, Rwanda and Uganda to drive their partner-led strategy forward and support AbleChildAfrica in achieving its vision. The AbleChildAfrica Africa Advisory Committee will provide strategic guidance for AbleChildAfrica’s directions, programmes, policies and initiatives as they affect African disabled children and young people living in Africa.

We are looking for enthusiastic and self-motivated individuals with relevant expertise and experience to join our African Advisory Committee. AbleChildAfrica is committed to equality of opportunity and applications from individuals with personal experience of disability are particularly welcome.

Read the job pack and apply here!

Deadline is midnight Friday 31st August.

 

UK Internship Opportunities 

We currently have no internship opportunities.

UK Youth Council 

We are not currently recruiting for our youth council.

UK Workplace Ambassador

We are looking for volunteers to help use professional networks in their workplace to increase support for AbleChildAfrica. Click here to find out more.


We encourage you to follow us on LinkedIn or Twitter for news on openings as they become available.

AbleChildAfrica is an equal opportunities employer and will not discriminate against any candidate on the basis of any characteristic protected by the Equality Act 2010. We particularly encourage applications from disabled people and people with direct experience of living or working with disabled children and all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria will be offered an interview.

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