Poverty in southern Africa is characterised by chronic livelihoods insecurity, at once exacerbated by and exacerbating an HIV/AIDS pandemic, and extreme inequality. The resulting erosion of the livelihoods of the poor makes them extremely vulnerable to shocks from a variety of sources – climate, disasters, markets, etc. Rural women are typically at the bottom of the poverty trap and urban youth facing massive joblessness are an extremely vulnerable group.
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 professional individual as Receptionist for a period of three to four months, based in Johannesburg.
This individual will be responsible for ensuring that an efficient and friendly culture is created and maintained for all internal and external contacts.
Mfesane is a Christian development agency that implements asset based development programmes and conduct technical and vocational training across South Africa.
Mfesane seeks to appoint a Receptionist, based in Crossroads in the Western Cape.
Ndlovu Care Group is a South African non-governmental organisation (NGO) based in a rural environment, Elandsdoorn, Limpopo Province which provides comprehensive integrated Health, child care and community development services as part of a large scale HAART/TB programme.
The Ndlovu Care Group seeks to appoint a Compliance Officer for the Ndlovu Medical Centre Head Office in Groblersdal, based in Limpopo.
U-turn Homeless Ministry is a thriving is a Christian, nonprofit organisation based in Cape Town, South Africa. Founded in 1997, we are motivated by the love that God has shown the world and having experienced his love and grace ourselves, it continue to inspire us to help individuals in need.
U-turn Homeless Ministry seeks to appoint an Events Fundraiser.
This is a paid position available as either a full-time or part-time position.
The Marketing and fundraising team consist of:
U-turn Homeless Ministry is a thriving is a Christian, nonprofit organisation based in Cape Town, South Africa. Founded in 1997, we are motivated by the love that God has shown the world and having experienced his love & grace ourselves, it continue to inspire us to help individuals in need.
U-turn is currently expanding operations within Cape Town and is also looking to establish services in other parts of the country.
The National Alliance for the Development of Community Advice Offices (Nadcao) was formed as an alliance of human rights organisations and key donors concerned about the fragmented and weakened state of the community advice office sector in South Africa. Nadcao is committed to the development and long-term sustainability of Community Advice Offices (CAOs) in South Africa.
Nadcao seeks to appoint an Administration and Finance Officer, based in Braamfontein, Johannesburg.
Life Choices is a registered nonprofit organisation, committed to human profit through our work with youth and their families. The organisation challenges mind-sets, inspire growth and create supportive environments in which youth can thrive and find solutions to their own life journeys.
Life Choices seeks to appoint a Family Affairs Coordinator, based in Cape Town.
This is a full-time contract position starting January 2015.
Life Choices seeks to appoint a HIV Counselor and Facilitator, based in Cape Town.
The successful candidate will join the Life Choices - Health4Life programme. This programme is an HIV/AIDS prevention initiative.
Fit for Life, Fit for Work, Vrygrond is a skills development programme focused on empowering youth between the ages of 18-27 through life and work skills training. This holistic training approach allows for increased self esteem; mature decision making; effective problem solving articulated goal setting and job readiness.
The Fit for Life Fit for Work programme seeks to employ a Programme Manager, based in Capricorn, near Muizenberg.