Resource Mobilizer Internship - Kuol Awou Foundation

CLOSING DATE: ongoing recruitment

OPPORTUNITY TYPE: Internship

Paid Position

JOB #: 16203

POSTED: August 11, 2020

Description:

KAF is a non-profit and non-political community based organization for national engagement in ending Tuberculosis. KAF aims is to reduce the burden of tuberculosis among vulnerable communities in South Sudan in collaboration with the National Ministry of Health and other stakeholders.  KAF was founded in 2017 by Philip Kuol Awou who suffered from Tuberculosis during childhood. Because of total lack of medical services, Kuol Awou suffer a TB complication, which eventually deformed his chest permanently. Currently, KAF has a country office at Juba. Our activities are funded by the founder. 

    KAF target the general population and High risk groups, especially:

  • People living with HIV/AIDS
  • Children
  • People living in Congregated settings: Slums, Prisons, Military barracks, Refugee, IDPs/POC Camps.

KAF is opening a hospital for Tb patients this October. We are looking for highly motivated students with an understanding of public health concepts to assist in mobilizing funds and resources to support the hospital. This is a remote position with benefits and commission to be discussed with volunteer. Please send your resume to madirdavida@gmail.com.

Additional Details:

Compensation: Benefits and compensation to be discussed with intern

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Resource Mobilizer Internship - Kuol Awou Foundation

CLOSING DATE: ongoing recruitment

OPPORTUNITY TYPE: Internship

Paid Position

JOB #: 16203

POSTED: August 20, 2020

Description:

KAF is a non-profit and non-political community based organization for national engagement in ending Tuberculosis. KAF aims is to reduce the burden of tuberculosis among vulnerable communities in South Sudan in collaboration with the National Ministry of Health and other stakeholders.  KAF was founded in 2017 by Philip Kuol Awou who suffered from Tuberculosis during childhood. Because of total lack of medical services, Kuol Awou suffer a TB complication, which eventually deformed his chest permanently. Currently, KAF has a country office at Juba. Our activities are funded by the founder. 

    KAF target the general population and High risk groups, especially:

  • People living with HIV/AIDS
  • Children
  • People living in Congregated settings: Slums, Prisons, Military barracks, Refugee, IDPs/POC Camps.

KAF is opening a hospital for Tb patients this October. We are looking for highly motivated students with an understanding of public health concepts to assist in mobilizing funds and resources to support the hospital. This is a remote position with benefits and commission to be discussed with volunteer. Please send your resume to madirdavida@gmail.com.

Additional Details:

Compensation: Benefits and compensation to be discussed with intern

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