– BHOPA II
Nairobi with frequent travel to
(www.helpage.org) is the secretariat to the HelpAge Global Network, which
brings together a wide range of organisations and individuals working to
promote the rights and meet the needs of older women and men, nationally and
Our long-term vision is to establish
a global movement of strong connected age focused and older people led
platforms in every country in the world. Only by collaborating together can we
achieve a world in which all older people can lead dignified, active, healthy
and secure lives. We aim to extend the reach and influence of the HelpAge
Global Network to all those in a position to help bring about our vision for
older people – including Governments, regional institutions, policy makers,
development partners, the private sector, UN organisations and academic
Kenya, a country of approximately 50
million has about 1.8 million older people.
The Government of Kenya over the
years has been developing various policies and programmes aimed at improving
the wellbeing of older persons and has the potential to play an important role
within Africa and international forums advocating for older persons rights.
In Kenya, HelpAge International has
been working closely with various ministries of the Government of Kenya and
other partners to develop relevant policy framework and programming for older
persons focused on the issues of social protection, health and emergencies.
As part of the team the Project
Officer will be responsible for mobilizing and coordinating partner level work,
reporting, financial and programme Monitoring, Evaluation Accountability and
Learning of the HelpAge International’s AFD and Maxwell Harvey funded health
projects in Kenya funded.
Interested candidates to send their
curriculum vitae and cover letter detailing how they meet the criteria for this
role to email@example.com by 26th March, 2019.
For a detailed Job description and
information on how to apply, please follow this link;
HelpAge is an equal opportunity
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