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Opportunity: Policy and Research Volunteer

We are looking for a Policy and Research Volunteer who can help us demonstrate basic health and social indicators, and has knowledge and experience of evaluation and research, alongside a broad knowledge of health and social indicators. The post-holder will provide high-level analysis needed to help us understand a range of health and social issues. You will be using data and your quantitative and qualitative research background to analyse health and social indicator trends in Africa.

Opportunity: Marketing Volunteer

The Marketing Volunteer is responsible for providing support for the marketing department. The volunteer will assist with all business needs related to marketing, promotion and fundraising support with emphasis on outbound marketing communication.The purpose of the role is to inform people about Africa Health Organisation (AHO) and convince people about existence of our products and services and enhance the image of the charity, point out and create a need for products or services and announce new programmes and services.

Opportunity: Illustrator Volunteer

We are looking for a talented Illustrator to create original pieces of artwork for print and digital publications and infographics and charity videos. For this role, you will collaborate with the Director to make sure you gasp and sketch out their charity needs to attract their audiences. If you can use your creative skills to turn messages and ideas into appealing illustrations, we would like to meet you.Ultimately, you will create illustrations that meet quality standards under ambitious deadlines.

Opportunity: Gender Equality Policy and Strategy Volunteer

We are looking for dedicated Gender Equality Policy and Strategy Volunteers to work with the President/CEO on the design and writing of the Plans, Policies and Strategies for our 15 critical programmes on women and girls in Africa. The role is responsible for shaping the development of the charity’s incipient critical programmes for international health work mostly on women and girls in Africa.