Africare is preparing to respond to the anticipated RFP for a USAID multi-year project aimed to improve Maternal, Infant, and Young Child Nutrition (MICYN) in selected regions of Tanzania. The purpose of the project will be to improve the nutritional status of women of reproductive age, especially pregnant and lactating women, adolescents, and children under five.
We are seeking to identify highly qualified individuals to possibly fulfill the role of the Nutrition Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) Lead in Dar es Salaam. This individual will provide technical support and strategic guidance for the design and implementation of evidence-based SBCC activities.
About the Organization
Africare is a leader among private, charitable U.S. organizations assisting Africa. Africare is also the oldest and largest African-American founded organization in the field. Africare's programs address needs in the principal areas of Agriculture & Food Security, Nutrition, Health, Humanitarian Assistance, Youth Empowerment. Throughout its 45 year history, Africare has reached over 40 million people across the continent with innovative, sustainable, culturally appropriate and life-changing projects to improve the quality of life in communities throughout Sub-Saharan Africa. Africare’s 500 staff members operate in 13 countries across Africa. Headquarters is based in Washington, DC where the Executive Office, Programs and Business Development, Finance, Human Resources and Administration, Fundraising and Development, and the Governance Departments are based.