Becoming an advocate means working to change the world to eradicate violence against women. Advocates change what they can, beginning with small, everyday problems.If you can help us educate persons at the community and national levels on key issues, as well as raise awareness of violence against women, send an email to email@example.com and we will give you feedback on the way forward.
Internship at COVAW is designed to help you take action within your community. If you share our values, can tackle organizational and computer-based tasks, are interested in working in the field of violence against women and children, then you are a good fit for COVAW. Apply by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will give you feedback on the way forward
email@example.com and we will give you feedback on the way forward. COVAW is pleased to announce the following job opportunity. Those who meet the qualifications are encouraged to apply:Vacancy of Programme Associate Lobby and Advocacy GAA Program in Kwale County Deadline 3rd May 2019COVAW currently employs staff on a full-time basis and provide a challenging but supportive working environment. You have the chance to join us in a truly special working and leadership-oriented environment - fast-paced, rewarding and dynamic. Inquire about vacancies by sending an email to
COVAW is always seeking to find organisations and companies to collaborate with in certain programs.If you are interested in establishing such a partnership, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will give you feedback on the way forward.
We have many opportunities for volunteers. If you're interested or talented in a specific area, we most likely can use you! When you volunteer with us, we ask that you get involved in all aspects of our programs. COVAW aims to give you a better understanding about issues concerning violence against women. Apply by sending an email to email@example.com and we will give you feedback on the way forward.