- Plan, coordinate and monitor community activities in the areas of intervention.
- Support the project team in the promotion, organisation and implementation of community activities.
- Produce the tools and contents necessary for community information, education and communication (IEC) related to health issues and services provided.
- Support project managers in planning community activities.
- Collaborate with project managers in keeping in close contact with relevant local authorities (at regional and district level) to promote community activities.
- Activate collaborations with NGOs, organisations and other stakeholders to design and implement community activities.
- Develop communication campaigns through different mediums (TV, radio, etc.)
- Degree in Anthropology or similar.
- Good knowledge of English, French or Portuguese (depending on the country of destination). Knowledge of the local language of the area of intervention is considered an added value.
- Previous working experience in fragile or low income countries.
- Ability of adapting skills and competencies to a context with low income and capacity to effectively cooperate with the national staff.
- Availability to stay in the field for 6-12 months.