Détails de l'annonce
Publiée le:
13 avril 2021
Type de poste:
Lieu de travail:
Tunis, Tunisie
Entre 2 et 5 ans
Bac + 5
Plein temps
Arabe , Français , Anglais
Description de l'annonce:

IPPF is a global service provider and a leading advocate of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) for all. We are a worldwide movement of national organizations working with and for communities and individuals.

The Arab World Region – Tunis Office

The IPPF Arab World Region (IPPF AWR) is the leading Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) service delivery organization in the North Africa and the Middle East, and the leading Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) advocacy voice in the region.

Headquartered in Tunis, Tunisia, the overarching goal of IPPF AWR is to increase access to SRHR services to the most vulnerable populations including adolescents, young people, women and men. The regional office partners with 13 member associations and is working in 14 countries across the region.

We are currently recruiting for a Youth Advisor who will be located in the Arab World Region in Tunis Office.



Ø  To be part of IPPF AWR’s Program Management Team and have a key responsibility to champion young people’s sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) across the Region and externally.

Ø  To contribute to IPPF AWR’s technical leadership as a service provider and advocate for young people’s SRHR, by providing support to a number of MAs’ programs focused on meaningful youth participation and engagement.

Ø  To work to mainstream a youth-centered approach across IPPF AWR’s programs, in order to champion the SRHR of young people and adolescents, particularly those from poor and vulnerable populations.

Reports to: Assistant Regional Director, Program Management

Location: Tunis

Contract: One-year renewable, Locally Recruited

Please note that the job description for full details of the position will be provided up on request.

IPPF offers a wide range of benefits and is an equal opportunity employer.

Applications are particularly encouraged from women, people living with disability, people openly living with HIV and minorities.