Website Wajane Wadogo Mashinani Organisation
Wajane Wadogo Mashinani was founded in 2017 as a community-based organization (CBO) in Dandora Phase IV with a dedicated mission to support and empower young widows in the local community. The foundation was founded by a group of compassionate individuals who recognized the unique challenges faced by young widows through one of the founders who was also a young widow herself and sought to create a supportive network to help them rebuild their lives.
8 days ago
Senior Advisor, Feminist Economic Justice (Africa) (1947) Location: The role can be hosted by Oxfam Country Office in DRC, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Mali, South Sudan, Zambia, Zimbabwe, on approval and provided the individual has the right to work in the country. Hours: The role is full-time, and the exact working hours will align to the country of employment Salary: As per grade and salary scale of Oxfam country office Job Type: Open ended Closing Date: 18 February 2024 Oxfam is a global movement of people working together to end the injustice of poverty. Do you have experience of successful feminist economic justice organising, campaigning, policy, influencing with / in coalitions, unions and/or women’s organisations, in the Africa region? Do you have strong technical knowledge of movement building in relation to informal and unpaid women workers claiming of rights and protections, including around budget and public accountability (tax, social protection, services, infrastructure investment)? Or around decolonial, feminist alternative economic systems, debates and metrics, and social and economic norms and narratives that centre women informal and unpaid workers? Do you have skills and competence in feminist facilitation methods and peer to peer support, use of participatory and inclusive learning methods and tools, as well as technical experience and understanding of, and commitment to, approaches to feminist economic justice including in programming?
To apply for this job please visit www.oxfam.org.uk.