Volunteers Services 2017
Hope for Africa International Zambia Office accept Christian volunteers or Internship from prospective volunteers around the world. Volunteers are attached to projects and community schools in Africa. Requirements for prospective volunteers are that an applicants must have particular skills which must benefit targeted groups and communities. For more information on how you can volunteer please send us an email on email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Charles Mwape
Volunteers for Zambia 2017
Job Title: Intern Fundraisers (06)
Location: Lusaka and Mumbwa, Zambia.
Reporting to: Country Director
Hope for Africa International (HOFAI) is a Christian NGO established
in 1990 and work with Communities in Women empowerment through self-help, education support to Orphans in Government
and Community Schools, Voluntary counselling and testing service and Disability programmes through Centre for Disability Development
Research Law and Policy (CDDRLP) . HOFAI in Partnership with CDDRLP plan to build two Rehabilitation Centres in Chongwe and
Mumbwa to provide counselling and rehabilitation services to families and persons with Disabilities.
Reporting to Country Director, you will maintain and design fundraising strategies for two projects, contacting churches and other partners such as companies, individuals and families willing to support the vision.
Experience & Qualifications
Non Zambian Nationals who meet requirements for this position and are not resident in Zambia are strongly encouraged to apply
Start date: March. 20, 2017
End date: March. 20, 2018
Estimated number of hours per week: 30
Location(s) of internship: Lusaka and Mumbwa, Zambia
Will the intern be receiving a stipend? Yes
Will the Intern travel? Yes
Internship project background and aims:
This internship is designed to provide practical work experience to Christian students or recent graduates from Colleges and Universities around the world. The intern fundraiser will work together with the Country office team in Zambia and will be mentored by the Country Director. The intern from outside Zambia will be provided with accommodation within communities and work permit for the period of the project and will work on a variety of activities and tasks related to sourcing of funds and Administration.