In Tanzania, FHI 360 Tanzania builds the capacity of both national and local governments to deliver integrated health and social services that address the country’s most pressing human development challenges. Our country portfolio includes programs that bolster the delivery of HIV prevention, care and treatment services, assist with the integration of nutrition and livelihoods into HIV and home-care support for orphans and vulnerable children, improve family planning services and address issues such as reproductive health, school-related gender-based violence and intimate partner violence, nutrition and education for girls. At the national level, FHI 360 partners with the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare to support systems strengthening, build capacity and develop national strategies, guidelines and tools for improving the delivery of public-sector programs. At the community level, FHI 360 works with civil society and private-sector partners to promote resource mobilization and the fiscal and programmatic accountability of community-based organizations and local government authorities. Today, FHI 360 continues to build strong partnerships with the government, media and community organizations across Tanzania to support integrated solutions that improve the lives of the country’s underserved populations.
NEW INTERNSHIPS AT FHI 360 TANZANIA, JULY 2022
The organization is seeking to hire individuals to fill new Internship positions. Read full details from the PDF Document below:
Sightsavers through this I can work independently without supervision