Education Officer (National position) - Kibondo - Tanzania

  • Minimum of three years’ teaching experience 
  • Experience from working with education projects in a humanitarian/recovery context. 
  • University degree or Certificate in Education as a qualified teacher from a recognized institution 
  • Documented results related to the position’s responsibilities 
  • Knowledge about own leadership skills/profile 
  • Managing resources to optimize results 
  • High-level competency in computer skills (Microsoft Office applications) 
  • Must have fluency in English and French, both written and verbal 
  • Fluency in one or more of the national/regional languages will be an added advantage
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Call for applications: Ambassador's Fund for HIV/AIDS Relief

Every year, the United States Ambassador’s Fund for HIV/AIDS Relief (AFHR) in Tanzania awards grants ranging from $5,000 to $30,000 to support small community and faith-based organizations (CBOs and FBOs) that are making significant contributions to the fight against HIV and AIDS in Tanzania. The AFHR awards target projects that provide care and support programs to assist individuals and communities affected by HIV and AIDS. Generally, grants fall into two categories: (1) Support for orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) affected by HIV and AIDS; (2) Support for community-based HIV and AIDS care and support activities for people living with HIV and AIDS (PLWHA), and (3) Support for community-based HIV prevention, care, and support activities with high risk populations.

To apply for the Ambassador’s Fund for HIV/AIDS Relief, applicants must obtain an application form by clicking on this link (PDF 262KB) or by writing to the email/post address listed below. Before submitting an application, READ THE APPLICATION DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY, noting the types of projects that do not qualify for funding and the information required to qualify for a grant. If your organization submits an application without the required information, the application will not be considered for funding.

For additional information on the Ambassador’s Fund for HIV/AIDS Relief, Please contact:

Community Grants Coordinator
U.S. Embassy
P.O. Box 9123, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Telephone: 229 4305, Fax: 229 4725,
Email: [email protected]


Job: Performance Monitoring Advisor - Tanzania

The Performance Monitoring Advisor will lead all components that support the performance monitoring needs of AOR/CORs, team leaders, technical office directors, and Front Office. This support will include activity-level and IR-level MEL Plan development, data collection methodology, data quality assessments, site improvement monitoring system work, and maintenance of the implementing partner reporting system. The site improvement monitoring system work will include coordinating site visits and ensuring all relevant reporting is completed to fulfil SIMS requirements. The Performance Monitoring Advisor will report to the Chief of Party and will be based in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania

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You have March 1st, 2017 days left to apply for this job

Job: Senior Private Sector Specialist - Dar es Salaam, Tanzania - 170320

  • A Master Degree (PhD preferred) in law, finance, international development or related discipline.
  • Minimum 8 years of experience in business, government, law or related profession; ideally in international development and economic reform, with a focus on private sector development.
  • Knowledge of private sector development in Tanzania, including but not limited to, opportunities, challenges, stakeholders and the political economy impacting the sector, with proven experience in engaging with at least some of these;
  • Excellent communications and advocacy skills -- ability to interface effectively with stakeholders at all levels, draft effective reports and communicate in public;
  • Independent, autonomous and entrepreneurial -- should be able to operate with minimum support;
  • Strong organizational and diplomatic skills with an ability to obtain productive results from a diverse set of Tanzanian and international stakeholders;
  • Strong neutral figure vis-à-vis government and the private sector;
  • Proven ability to strategize and adapt work programs based on changing and evolving priorities;
  • PC literate and comfortable using IT in all aspects of work, including experience using MS Office applications
  • Verbal and written fluency in English is required. Knowledge of Swahili highly desired.
  • Ability to travel domestically and internationally on an occasional basis
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Deadline: 03/08/2017

Data Collector - must be a Swahili speaker from Kenya or Tanzania

Project: Collecting audio/video and text news data using web-browser and Appen’s tool.

Project Information:
  • Location: Chatswood 
  • Hours: Minimum of 15 hours a week 
  • Length: One month
  • Start date: Immediate
  • Type of position: casual part-time
  • Salary: AUD$24.66 per hour inclusive of superannuation 
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Graduate Global Leadership Fellowships at the UBC for doctoral studies

Applicants must:
  • Hold a study permit at the beginning of the fellowship funding period
  • Be a citizen of a developing country (see list of developing countries) at the time of application for admission
  • Have shown outstanding leadership in humanitarian and development work in their home country
  • Be starting a PhD or DMA program at the UBC Vancouver campus in January 2017, May 2017, or September 2017
  • Be starting their first doctoral degree
  • Students with external funding (external scholarships, third-party sponsorship, etc.) are eligible to apply, but if successful, recipients will have their Graduate Global Leadership Fellowship funding reduced by the amount of their external funding
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