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      • Global Finance Analyst at Oxfam

      • The Role Oxfam International is looking for a Global Finance Analyst to lead our global finance reporting and analysis activities. The role is responsible for providing strategic advice, reporting,
        • 15 April
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      • Extractives Project Officer at Oxfam

      • Annual Budget None Shaping a stronger Oxfam for people living in poverty Job Purpose The Extractives Project Officer will be a core member of the FAIR for ALL Programme under the Natural R
        • 17 March
      • Social Protection Strategist at Oxfam

      • The Role The Social Protection Strategist will lead in the design of Social Protection and Early Recovery programming and implementation – piloting innovative programme approaches, building p
        • 22 February
      • Media Officer at Oxfam

      • The Role Oxfam International Secretariat is looking for a Media Officer to join into our four-person media team. You’ll be developing international media strategies and content across Oxfam&r
        • 30 January
      • Consultancy-Provision of Energy Audit at Oxfam

      • About Workplace Energy Audit Oxfam International is undertaking the process of reviewing its energy consumption specifically utilization of electricity for the past three years with the objective o
        • 30 January
      • Donor Accountant at Oxfam

      • Flexible working: We believe flexible working is key to building the Secretariat of the future, so we’re open to talking through the type of working arrangements that might work for you, fo
        • 30 January
      • Business Support Officer at Oxfam

      • The Role Oxfam International Secretariat is looking for an experienced Business Support professional to provide support to the OI Chief Operating Officer and wider Operational Department. This
        • 30 January
      • People Partner at Oxfam

      • Location: Nairobi or Oxford (preferred). +/- 1 hour from either Nairobi or Oxford will also be considered, ideally in Oxfam affiliate HQ office locations (i.e South Africa, Spain, Netherlands) Cont
        • 25 January
      • Drawings for Graphic Video at Oxfam

      • Background Oxfam is collaborating with FEMRITE Ugandan Women Writers’ Association to publish an anthology of writing by South Sudanese women. The anthology includes poetry and short stories,
        • 30 October, 2020
      • Regional Advisor, Social Protection at Oxfam

      • Background With the growing number and duration of crises, in particular the high level of refugees, displaced populations and the cyclical shocks that inhibit people’s livelihoods in the Ho
        • 11 July, 2020
      • Consultancy-Extractive Industries Auditing at Oxfam

      • Background Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) are custodians of public funds. They are responsible for ensuring that public funds are judiciously managed. SAIs oversee the management of public finan
        • 09 July, 2020
      • Finance Officer at Oxfam

      • The Role To ensure Oxfam International Kenya program has the Finance capacity to provide effective and efficient service delivery and support the Kenya Program and various functions in the Program.
        • 01 July, 2020

About Oxfam

In Kenya, Oxfam works with others to alleviate poverty and inequality. We work with the most vulnerable communities in the dry and remote northern regions, and in the impoverished slums of the capital, Nairobi. In Kenya, the highest poverty levels are in the northern pastoralist districts - in some areas 95% of people fall below the poverty line. Like many developing countries, Kenya is undergoing rapid urbanisation. It’s estimated that by 2050 half the Kenyan population will be living in urban areas. This high presents a myriad of challenges. 34% of the 17 million poor Kenyans are urban poor and most of them live in informal urban settlements. Oxfam in Kenya Since starting work in Kenya in 1963, Oxfam has: provided long-term development aid and emergency relief, for example supporting refugees; promoted peace and managed conflicts between communities; campaigned for better governance and equitable access to services. We aim to help citizens stand up for their rights, and we work with others from government, civil society, communities, international development actors and the private sector. Working with dry-land communities In Turkana and Wajir we develop market-based alternative and complementary livelihoods, supporting fishermen and traders. Working with poor urban communities In the capital, Nairobi, we work with partners to run water kiosks, "bio-centers” that turn human waste into usable energy and improve sanitation, and recycling plants for unemployed youth. Our social protection programs provide cash to help poor families cope with rising costs of food and water and kickstart small businesses. Peace-building and conflict management We focus on enhancing communities’ capacity to resolve conflicts and co-exist peacefully. We also influence national policy through the National Steering Committee on Peace-Building and Conflict Management, under the Office of the President. Climate change We’re working closely with others, supporting local civil society to hold the Government accountable for its response to climate change. We’re also generating relevant climate change data to inform advocacy positions locally and internationally. Governance All of Oxfam’s work in Kenya is rooted in promoting better governance - at local, regional and national levels - by strengthening poor people’s ability to defend and demand their rights. We work to ensure that our partners and the communities we work with have their voices and concerns heard, and that the Government fulfils its responsibilities to poor Kenyans.

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