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Project Development Officer (HIV/AIDS)

Statut : Comblé
Organisation : Fanshawe College of Applied Arts & Technology
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Type : Établissement d'enseignement
Mandat : Fanshawe College - founded in 1967 - is a major training and educational institution, and the sixth largest college in Ontario. Fanshawe offers nearly 100 diploma, degree, college-university collaborative, postgraduate and certificate programs in preparatory and employability skills. At present, the College has about 33,000 continuing education learners, 15,000 full-time domestic students and more than 300 international students enrolled in various programs. Fanshawe is committed to the creation of international opportunities for its staff and students and is in the midst of its four-year internationalization strategy (2004-2008). Fanshawe recognizes the importance of developing globally-minded individuals with international experiences through its various programs, as these individuals are highly desired amongst private enterprise, government and educational institutions in the global marketplace.
Adresse : 1460 Oxford Street East - P.O. Box 7005
London, Ontario,
N5Y 5R6
FAX: (519) 452-4420
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Personne ressource : Gregg Erauw
Courriel : gerauw@fanshawec.ca
Pays : Kenya
Ville : Kakamega
Secteur : Politique en matière de population/santé et fertilité
Description du stage : The intern will work as part of a team providing technical and administrative oversight in holistic management of HIV/AIDS in low-income rural settings. The specific projects range from improvement of livelihoods for the HIV/AIDS affected communities, education on HIV/AIDS prevention as well as care for persons living with HIV/AIDS including support for orphans and other vulnerable children. All the above projects are on-going at the moment, but at different levels of implementation.

In Canada
In Canada (2 months):
One-month preparation period with a one-week workshop at Fanshawe College in London, Ontario
- Activities will include a project and country orientation,
- Health and safety workshops
- Development of Project and Personal Action Plans
- Professional development objectives workshop
- Workshop on networking while abroad, culture shock and cross-cultural understanding/communication
- Trip planning and project promotion while abroad

One-month de-briefing period with a one-week workshop at Fanshawe College in London, Ontario
- A reintegration to Canada/reverse culture shock workshop
- The completion of a final project report,
- Outreach activities (newspaper articles and community presentation)
- Professional development assessment
- Employment search, resume and interview workshop

Overseas
Overseas (6 months):
The intern will both undertake as well as build the capacity of other staff in undertaking the following tasks:
- Development of fundraising strategy for KAIPPG
- Program planning as per identified organizational/community needs
- Proposal research, writing and planning
- Proposal development and negotiation with local and foreign donors
- Support monitoring and evaluating on-going projects
- Assisting in the administration of on-going projects as necessary
Organisation d'accueil : Kenya AIDS Intervention Prevention Project Group
Détails au sujet de l'organisation d'accueil : Kenya AIDS Intervention Prevention Project Group (KAIPPG) is a grassroots non-profit, NGO located on Mosacco Plaza, Mumias Town within Western Kenya. KAIPPG addresses the problem of HIV/AIDS holistically, by linking it with various aspects of community welfare, such as poverty, food insecurity, education, general health and nutrition. KAIPPG attempts to build the capacity of those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS to realize their full potential and bring about positive change. The organization focuses its work on improving the status of women, children and the youth living in the rural and per-urban areas of Kenya where HIV/AIDS, poverty, malnutrition, food insecurity, and illiteracy abound.