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9 vacancies
      • Finance Manager at Zana Africa

      • Position Summary: We are looking for a driven and experienced Finance Manager to oversee all aspects financial management, ensuring compliance with internal policies as well as donor requirements.
        • 14 January, 2020
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      • Head of Sales at Zana Africa

      • Overview The HOS’s main responsibility is to provide leadership, direction, and resource stewardship to manage the growth of sales of menstrual products across all traditional and novel channel
        • 23 August, 2018
      • Special Accounts Sales Lead at Zana Africa

      • Position Summary The Special Accounts Sales Manager will be responsible for developing, implementing and managing the sales and marketing business strategy and activities in order to meet the Company
        • 08 February, 2018
      • Finance & Operations Associate at Zana Africa

      • Position Summary The Finance Associate is responsible for organizing and coordinating office and finance operations and procedures in order to ensure organizational effectiveness and efficiency. Sup
        • 04 January, 2018
      • Field Officer - The Nia Project at Zana Africa

      • About the Field Officer Role The Field Officer role will be responsible for ensuring the successful implementation and monitoring of The Nia Project interventions throughout the duration of the proje
        • 08 March, 2017
      • Program Manager at Zana Africa

      • The Nia Project evaluation will be the first study to rigorously measure the independent and combined effects of sanitary pad provision and reproductive health education (RHE) provision on girls&rsquo
        • 19 October, 2016
      • Creative Director at Zana Africa

      • The Creative Director will play a key strategic role in leading the development of all creative communication elements for the Nia Movement, including brand design, product packaging, events, marketin
        • 26 September, 2016
      • Production Manager (Nia Teen Magazine) at Zana Africa

      • We’re looking for an experienced, thoughtful, and dynamic Production Director who will oversee the development of trans-media health education platforms, with a focus on producing the first teen
        • 26 September, 2016
      • Connectivity Specialist at Zana Africa

      • We’re looking for someone who’s passionate about the power of connectivity across all channels. S/he must feel comfortable developing products and communication strategies across technolo
        • 26 September, 2016

About Zana Africa

MISSION ZanaAfrica Foundation supports adolescent girls in Kenya to stay in school by delivering reproductive health education and sanitary pads. VISION We envision a world where girls in East Africa live healthy, safe, educated lives while defining their own purpose-a world in which menstrual health management is recognized as a human right, and the onset of puberty as the most effective time to engage girls in a range of personal health decisions. HISTORY ZanaAfrica Foundation was founded in 2007 by Megan White Mukuria an Ashoka fellow (’15) and a graduate of Harvard University ('99), who while working with Kenyan street children in 2001, learned that sanitary pads were out of reach for 65% of girls, causing them to not only miss 6 weeks of school each year, but to drop out of school all together at twice the rate of boys. The urgency of this issue led her to start ZanaAfrica Foundation so that girls could access the tools they desperately need in order to stay in school and unlock their potential. To support girls across their lifetime, in 2008 Megan and her business partner Lawino Kagumba founded ZanaAfrica Group as a social enterprise to change the marketplace for girls. ZanaAfrica Group’s product designers innovate high quality sanitary products that support girls and women to be healthy, informed, and boldly live their purpose. Megan is a recognized leader in menstrual health and hygiene management who brings fourteen years of senior-level leadership experience with nonprofits focused on women, girls, and communities. She currently lives and works in Nairobi, Kenya - a place she has called home for the past fifteen years.

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