Comms & Advocacy Roles in East & Southern Africa - Global Health Corps

Rwanda, Uganda, or Zambia
Fellows receive living stipend, housing, travel, health insurance, and professional development fund
Dec 04, 2019
Entry Level
Metro Area
Full Time

Communications and advocacy expertise are in high demand in the global health field.  Harnessing the power of stories to convey complex information to a wide range of audiences can make all the difference in the fight to shift narratives and spread awareness. Today‚Äôs public health organizations need leaders with journalism, media relations, graphic design, and strong writing skills at every level.

Among our 40+ paid fellowships for July 2020-July 2021, Global Health Corps (GHC) has multiple high-impact communications & advocacy placements in East and Southern Africa. Check out our available roles here.

Learn more about the fellowship and apply by our January 15 deadline.

Global Health Corps (GHC) is a leadership development organization building the movement for health equity. Founded in 2009, we competitively recruit talented young professionals ages 21-30 for yearlong fellowship roles within public health organizations like Clinton Health Access Initiative, Partners in Health, and Ministries of Health. We're seeking 20+ talented young Malawians, Rwandans, Ugandans, and Zambians - citizens of our four placement countries - as well as 20+ Americans, who will be placed together in cross-national co-fellow pairs. More here on the work of our 1000+ community members and the GHC support they receive.



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