Enhancing Nigerian Capacity for AIDS Prevention (ENCAP) Program has 1 job opening(s) available
About Enhancing Nigerian Capacity for AIDS Prevention (ENCAP) Program
The Enhancing Nigerian Capacity for AIDS Prevention (ENCAP) project is a five-year, $10 million USAID-funded activity that works with 25 local non-governmental, faith and community-based organizations to build their organizational and technical capacity to better implement sustainable community HIV prevention programs.
ENCAP works in Bayelsa, Rivers, Benue, Taraba, and Ebonyi States and the Federal Capital Territory. ENCAP focuses on building the capacity of partner organizations in a way that is cost effective and sustainable over the long term. Capacity building interventions promote organizational development and building skills in management, leadership and governance, finance and accounting, grant management, human resources, strategic planning, and business development/resource mobilization. This enables ENCAP partners to establish and maintain requisite governance, planning, financial controls, and support systems to effectively implement programs and achieve results in an accountable, transparent manner.
The ENCAP project also collaborates with Government agencies at both national and state levels to support and contribute meaningfully to their overall coordination role. It similarly engages civil society networks and other stakeholders to explore synergies to maximize the effectiveness of prevention interventions.
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At Enhancing Nigerian Capacity For Aids Prevention (encap) Program, we recruit from time to time from talents (that have shown interest in working with us) stored in our Resume Reserve Vault. If we do not have a vacancy that interests you but would like an opportunity to join us, please submit your resume for future job considerations.Submit your Resume to our Reserve Vault