The position holder will work closely with diverse teams to formulate and implement specific activities in the annual work plan for the Network in accordance to Focus Africa contractual obligations and internal policies and procedures and provide technical design and management of Sexual Reproductive Health.
Support Focus Africa work across the region.
Support the documentation of periodic reports and activities developed as part of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Programs.
With support from the Focus Africa Lead, work closely with Monitoring and Evaluation Lead to ensure all Focus Africa projects run smoothly.
Contribute and participate to Focus Africa meaningful and strategic participation in various national. Sub-regional, regional and global spaces.
Support the implementation of all Focus Africa projects and ensuring quality assurance and standard practices and guidelines are adhered to.
Represent Focus Africa in different advocacy and influencing space
Have a bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences, Public Health, Gender, International relations, or any other relevant discipline from a recognized university.
At least 2 years’ related experience and/or equivalent
Demonstrate commitment and experience in Focus Africa and/or women’s human rights organising in Africa in all of its diversity.
Comfortable with virtual communication – through email, Skype, and social media
Strong oral and written communication skills to a wide range of audiences