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    Our work on urban food systems in Zambia and Zimbabwe took off this March at the launch ceremonies of Hivos Southern Africa’s Urban Futures program in Bulawayo and Lusaka. The Urban Futures program will support young people and youth-led organizations focused on building climate-resilient urban food systems to ensure healthy and accessible food for all. […]

    April 17, 2024
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    Hivos is seeking qualified candidates for the position of LGBTIQ+ Economic Development Lead for the Free to be Me program.

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    We are looking for a Program Officer for Free to Be Me – an ambitious and innovative program that will help build and maintain a vibrant LGBTIQ+ movement.

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    Hivos is looking for a Global Business Development Manager Climate Justice. In this role, you are part of Hivos’ global Business Development unit. Together with colleagues – both in the team and across regions – you are tasked with securing funding for impactful global Climate Justice programs.

  • vacancy

    As the Safeguarding Manager, you will play a critical role in upholding and enhancing Hivos’ safeguarding policies and procedures, and ensuring cases are resolved in a fair, consistent, confidential and timely manner.

  • blog

    By Rumbidzayi Cordelia Machimbirike, S(HE) Matters Project  Officer, Hivos Southern Africa It’s wonderful to see the world embracing Women’s Month and celebrating the theme of this year’s International Women’s Day, “Invest in women: Accelerate progress.” This annual celebration recognizes the remarkable contributions women have made throughout the year and underscores the ongoing fight for gender […]

    March 7, 2024
  • vacancy

    As our first Director of Advocacy and Program Strategy, you will lead an exciting journey to re-orient Hivos’ program and advocacy work towards system change and movement power and play a central role in drafting our next Strategic Compass (2025 – 2030).

  • vacancy

    Hivos is seeking a Program Officer – Capacity Building who will work on strengthening the organizational and technical capacity of the Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) grant partners in fields such as governance, administration, financial management, strategic advocacy, constituency building and monitoring and evaluation.

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    The Resource of Open Minds (R.O.O.M.) program in Southern Africa recently launched the Progressive African Counter Narratives lecture series. It features the unique perspectives of Dr. Alexander Rusero, Dr. Sishuwa Sishuwa, and award-winning tech-prenuer Sam Masikini. R.O.O.M. is concerned with both informed and grassroots civic participation in democratic, governance, human rights and Pan-African processes. The […]

    March 5, 2024