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DNDi is a collaborative, non-profit R&D organization which develops treatments for diseases affecting the world’s poorest people. DNDi uses innovative public and private sector partnerships to develop new drugs and expand market access. They are seeking a senior leader for their Japan Liaison Office to further develop relationships with donors, the Japanese government and the pharmaceutical sector. The successful candidate will have policy and advocacy experience in a global health context and team leadership experience; pharmaceutical industry experience is a plus. Fluent Japanese language skills are required.
SOS Children's Villages touch lives directly, helping children without parental care and families in difficult living conditions by providing care, education and health. You will work with highly influential people in the political sphere—as well as with mothers and other people who are dedicated to the work of caring. Your role will be to provide a direct link between the autonomous operations in-country and regional office, acting as a trusted adviser to the country offices as well as being the regional envoy developing consistency and good governance across the operations.
BOMA’s goal is to reach one million women and girls in East Africa by 2021 through strategic partnerships with NGO’s, Regional and National governments in East Africa. BOMA currently works in four counties in Northern Kenya and plans to expand to two new countries in 2017. This is an opportunity to be at the helm of a regional programme, building strategic partnerships with multi-lateral funders and leading the organization though a period of expansion to build resilience in arid and semi-arid areas to benefit women and girls in fragile regions.
This is an opportunity to take a small programme and grow it by mentoring people, building relationships with government and addressing the needs of marginalised, of women and children, as well as pastoralists living in harsh conditions. You will be transitioning WaterAid in Niger from a needs-based approach to one that is rights-based and addresses people-power and government policy. By creating a successful programme in Niger you will develop lessons for WaterAid working in similar conditions elsewhere.