Youth Leadership Team member
Johnson & Johnson, in collaboration with UNFPA and relevant provincial and district partners aim to contract one Youth Leadership Team (YLT) member in KwaZulu-Natal to actualise our commitment to empower young people to participate in developing, leading and implementing a peer to peer education programme by young people for young people.
The YLT gives young people a voice and to guide the DREAMS Thina Abantu Abasha program, and involve young people and youth-serving organizations in advising Johnson & Johnson and UNFPA in the application of the peer to peer program in Gauteng. The YLT demonstrates a shift away from working for young people, to empowering young people to create solutions to ensure youth-friendly approaches and action.
Various vacancies for UNFPA, J&J and DREAMS project
Johnson & Johnson and UNFPA South Africa Country Office entered into a public-private partnership to implement the DREAMS Thina Abantu Abasha (DREAMS TAA) Programme in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng. There are varius opportunities we seek to fill:
- Monitoring and Evaluation Lead
- Data Capturers
- Program Trainers
- Peer Educators
The purpose of the Programme is to contribute towards the DREAMS goal of reducing HIV infection amongst Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW)The Program was successfully implemented in City of Johannesburg and City of Ekurhuleni (Gauteng) and eThekwini and uMgungundlovu (KwaZulu-Natal) in 2018 – 2019. In 2020, the Program will be implemented in City of Tshwane District (Gauteng) and uGu district KwaZulu-Natal).