Initially established in Cambodia in 1996 as a project of the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, KHANA started operating as an NGO in 1997 and was officially registered as a local NGO in 2000. Since then, it has made outstanding contributions to the HIV response and other related emerging issues in Cambodia. KHANA now looks forward to its advancement as a leading health and development NGO, continuing to achieve sustainable outcomes through evidence-based programs. Strategically embracing change in the funding landscape and evolving Cambodian society, KHANA is restructuring to ideally position itself to achieve greater impact in the sector, with a future of greater health access for Cambodia’s poorest and most vulnerable people.
In line with this vision KHANA is now seeking qualified Cambo-dians for the following vacancy:
The Economic Livelihoods Officer: Social Marketing has the overall responsibility for the management of village saving and loan program, social marketing initiatives and networking, and improve networking with other livelihoods projects for the uptake of KHANA’s Economic Livelihoods programs.
• Bachelor degree in business administration, agriculture science or development studies
• At least 2-year experience in marketing or in agriculture business with private or NGO sector
• Experience with development of work plan, budget and monitoring tools.
• Understanding of climate change issues impacting on agriculture production
Candidates should send a resume/CV together with a cover letter for the interested post by email to: email@example.com by 5pm on 6th March 2015. Only short-listed candidates will be notified for a written test and interview. Detailed job descriptions for these positions are available for download at the KHANA website (www.khana.org.kh).
KHANA is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from appropriate qualified people from all sections of the community. Qualified people living with HIV, MSM, disabled people and women are particularly encouraged to apply.
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