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Become a part of Futbol Mas's first project in Dadaab

Become a part of Futbol Mas's first project in Dadaab

Futbol Mas Kenya is hiring for the launch of its first on-field project in the Dadaab refugee camp. Different positions are to be filled, from coaching to project coordination to working with teachers and children with special needs. Deadline: 31 December 2020

Founded in 2008 in Chile, we have grown into an international Sport for Development organization with presence in 9 countries: Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Haiti, Paraguay, Mexico, France, Dominican Republic and Kenya. Every week about 11,500 children participate in our programme in challenging environments throughout Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe and since 2017 also Africa. We´re a social and community-based programme using football, sport and play as a vehicle for social change. Our vision turns around 3 key words: inspiration, community and happiness. We have won several global awards as a testimony. For a visual summary of what we are about, check the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EcXIEiTXF98&feature=youtu.be.

At the moment in Kenya we work in several communities of Nairobi, with a strong roots in Mathare and Kibera, where we started in 2017 with 400 children. We are currently reaching 1,200 children every week in Mathare and Kibera. Through a partnership with the United Nations we also work with refugee communities in Nairobi, Kakuma and Dadaab, which has expanded our reach further. Our vision is to create sustainability and scale up where we already are and convince partners around Kenya and beyond to include more communities in the Futbol Mas family. Bringing in your passion, creativity and skills, you will become part of the first Futbol Mas on-field team in Dadaab, working together as a team to reach the objectives, working with children and communities in Dadaab with the Futbol Mas methodology.

Go through each of the job descriptions and apply for the position that is the best fit for you. We are looking for a project coordinator, 3 community coordinators (Ifo, Dagahaley and Hagadera), 6 community coaches (across the three camps), a coordinator to work with children with special needs and a coordinator to work with teachers of our partner schools.

 

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