South Africa

Masifundise Development Trust: Fieldworkers

Masifundise Development Trust is an independent NGO working with small scale and traditional fishing and coastal communities in the west and south coasts of the Western Cape.

The Trust core work is in the following areas:

  • Advocacy and Organisational Building
  • Popular Research and Awareness
  • Empowering small-scale fishing communities around South-Africa Four Coastal Provinces

Masifundise seeks to appoint a Fieldworkers, based in the Eastern Cape and Kwazulu-Natal.

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Arise Children's Ministry: Volunteer Communications Manager

Arise Children's Ministry believes that God desires families for children and that a loving, supportive, stable family environment is a tangible expression of God’s dream come true. The Ministry ultimately desires to see every child being raised in such a Christ-centred environment. It works with child and youth care centres, churches, and families in Cape Town to promote foster care and adoption for children without a family structure with the aim that every child might have a family.

Call for Expressions of Interest: Roll Back Xenophobia Programme

 The Foundation for Human Rights is calling for expressions of interests to Roll Back Xenophobia Programme.

SEJA Programme: KRA 1.1.5 Public Reached by programmes to raise awareness and knowledge of the Constitution amongst vulnerable groups
Reference No: SEJA/HRA/1.1.5 RMA
Closing Date for Applications: 12h00 noon Friday 15 May 2015

Traditional Medicine Public Seminars

Amref Health Africa (formerly African Medical and Research Foundation) is Africa’s largest international non-governmental Health Development Organization. Headquartered in Nairobi Kenya and  founded in 1957, it  has implementing country offices in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Southern Sudan, Senegal , Mozambique, Malawi and South Africa with 10 support offices in Europe and North America including: France, United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Sweden, Austria, United States and Canada. Amref Health Africa’s vision is for lasting health change in Africa.

Cape Mental Health: Social Worker - MindMatters Project

Cape Mental Health is a nonprofit organisation based in Observatory, Cape Town, which offers a comprehensive mental health service in the Western Cape.

Cape Mental Health seeks to appoint a Social Worker to render social work intervention services to the learner population with the main objective of the promotion and awareness of mental health.

This position is based in Cape Town.
 
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Cape Mental Health: Social Auxiliary Worker

Cape Mental Health is a nonprofit organisation based in Observatory, Cape Town, which offers a comprehensive mental health service in the Western Cape.

Cape Mental Health seeks to appoint a Social Auxiliary Worker to render casework services to clients with intellectual disability or mental illness and their families, and to help families, groups, projects and communities to establish food gardens.

This position is based in Cape Town.

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Mindset Network: Field Technician

Mindset Network is a nonprofit organisation that aims at personal, social and economic development of all people in Africa. Mindset uses information and communication technologies (ICTs) to support education in the schooling and health sectors.

Mindset Network seeks to appoint a hardworking, passionate, delivery driven individual as Field Technician, based in Johannesburg.

This individual  will be responsible for maintaining sites and carrying out installations as and when required.

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South African Guide-Dogs Association for the Blind: Head of the College of Orientation and Mobility

The South African Guide-Dogs Association for the Blind is a fully constituted welfare organisation registered with the Director of Fundraising at the Department of Social Development and approved Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) that works to enhance the mobility, independence and dignity of blind and partially sighted people.

SANCB: Communications and Publications Officer

The South African National Council for the Blind's (SANCB) vision is to facilitate a network of organisations who collaborate towards the prevention of blindness and securing the full participation and inclusion of blind and partially sighted people in all aspects of a diverse South African society.

SANCB seeks to appoint a Communications and Publications Officer, based at Pretoria.

The Communications and Publications Officer is part of the fundraising and public relations team, and will be supervised by the fundraising and public relations manager.

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