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Latest Jobs Vacancies in Kenya at Sense International

6 vacancies
      • Philanthropy Manager at Sense International

      • To develop and implement an effective Philanthropy fundraising strategy for Sense International that supports income growth and ensures that we deepen our relationships with existing donors and proact
        • 12 April
      • Country Director at Sense International

      • Purpose of the Role The Country Director is responsible for delivering Sense International Kenya’s mandate in line with its vision, mission, values and established policies. The Country Direc
        • 09 April
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      • Research Consultant at Sense International

      • Research objective The objective of the assignment is to determine the extent to which Youth with Disabilities (YwD) are excluded from social, economic and political structures and processes in Nairo
        • 26 October, 2018
      • Senior Programme Manager at Sense International

      • Key Responsibilities Programme Management Ensure that regional and country programmes are aligned with Sense International’s global Strategy and East Africa Regional Strategy and policies.
        • 26 May, 2017
      • Programme Funding Manager at Sense International

      • Responsible to: East Africa Regional Manager Location: Nairobi Purpose of role: 1) To build up Sense International’s in-country funding income primarily through developing strategic funding p
        • 26 September, 2016

About Sense International

Overview Families are often overwhelmed by the practical and emotional challenges of caring for a deafblind child - and may be ostracised by their local community. Without support from Sense International, deafblind children will often lead harsh, short lives. Sense International (Kenya) started supporting deafblind children and young adults in 2005. There are five schools with primary education units for deafblind children in the country and five vocational centres which we have supported with training, by providing materials and by helping set up two specialist deafblind units. Watch our subtitled video that briefly outlines the work we do in East Africa.

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