MAP was founded by Lyande Kaikai, who felt there was a need for individuals to be able to directly contribute to the development of their country of origin and easily find the information on how to do that. Not only did Lyande want to support Sierra Leone, but she also thought a new generation of Diaspora from different parts of Africa would also be interested in playing their part. MAP provides a platform for Diaspora to engage with their country's latest opportunities for investment, sponsorship and volunteering roles.
Company: ABT ASSOCIATES Job Type: Long-term Location: Nigeria The Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (MNCH2) Programme, an upcoming DFID-funded five-year programme in Nigeria, aims to achieve effective and efficient delivery of essential health care for pregnant women, newborns, and children, alongside routine immunization. The programme will strengthen health system [...]
The African Development Bank on November 26, 2013 launched the 12th Edition of theAfrican Economic Outlook in Khartoum, Sudan. The event took place at the Mamoun Beheiry Centre for Economic and Social Studies in Africa (MBC). The launching ceremony was presided over by Abdul Kamara, Resident Representative of the African Development in Sudan, and chaired by [...]
Company: VSO Job Type: Short-term Voluntary Location: Tanzania VSO are recruiting health professionals for 2-3 weeks volunteering roles in Tanzania. All expenses are covered. Click here for more details
Company: African Health Policy Network Job Type: Part-time Location: London ‘Changing Perspectives through Church Champions’ is a new project of the African Health Policy Network, which will bring African people with lived experience of mental ill health into churches to share their stories and break down stigma. The Project [...]
Company: Craig Bellamy Foundation Job Type: Volunteer Location: Sierra Leone In this role - beginning in January 2014, you will be helping to manage and develop our unique youth development league that uses football to tackle Sierra Leone’s key development priorities – education, health, youth exclusion and gender inequality. [...]