ADPP Moçambique seeks an experienced candidate for the role of Technical Director for a five-year project: USAID’s Facilitating Impact that Lasts for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (FILOVC) Local Activity in Mozambique.
ADPP Mozambique is a Mozambican non-governmental association established in 1982 working in the areas of quality education, health and well-being and environment and sustainable agriculture. At the core of ADPP’s mission is promoting the social and economic development of the most vulnerable people in society with special attention to children, orphans, women and girls. Our vision is to build towards a better future, where every human being, regardless of their gender, race, creed, nationality, and origin, physical or mental state, has the same rights to life, treatment with dignity, rights to expression and choice, safe and secure livelihoods to pursue their dreams and realize their full potential. ADPP currently implements over 60 projects across all provinces of Mozambique and has over 3,000 staff members.
The overall goal of the activity is to “improve the health of children and adolescents highly vulnerable to and/or significantly impacted by Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS) in Mozambique.” The focus of the program will be on identifying and supporting children highly vulnerable to HIV acquisition, children and adolescents living with HIV (C/ALHIV), and children impacted by HIV-related morbidity or mortality among one or more primary caregivers.
The position is based in Nampula province, and the project will cover 3 provinces: Niassa, Nampula and Cabo Delgado.