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    CARE International in Kenya is looking for well organized and highly motivated individuals who are result-oriented to fill the following positions:

    Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Officer: (Ref: MEAL/5/15). Based in Dadaab.

    Reporting to the Program Quality & Learning Coordinator, the incumbent will primarily be responsible for monitoring & evaluation, program quality and reporting consistent to donor agreements. The incumbent will work in collaboration with sector coordinators, other MEAL Officers and Program staff.

    Project Officer: (Ref: PO/5/15). Based in Embu.

    Reporting to the Project Manager, the incumbent will oversee production and marketing activities by the farmers and Youths in the two project regions. The officer will form the communication link between the Project Manager, key partners, relevant County Government departments and other collaborators in this project.

    Field Officer: (Ref: FO/5/15). Based in Embu.

    Reporting to the Project Officer, the Field Officer will oversee sensitization, recruitment and provide appropriate training of youth groups to enhance agricultural production. In addition, the incumbent will monitor, maintain records and prepare progress reports as and when required.

    The detailed job description can be reviewed HERE


    If you feel you meet the requirements for any of these positions, send your application letter indicating the reference number, title of the position along with an updated CV and telephone contacts of three professional referees to: The Human Resources & Development Manager, CARE International in Kenya, Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to be received not later than 22nd May, 2015. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

    CARE is an equal opportunity employer and promotes gender equity. Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

    CARE International in Kenya does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process. (Application, interview, meeting, processing, training or any other fees).

    CARE Kenya developed an overarching goal that guides its operations:


    ?Women and girls in Kenya will be self-reliant, have a sustainable, high quality of life and fully realize their rights?


    In order to achieve lasting change for project participants, CARE intends to address the underlying causes of poverty, not simply symptoms of poverty. CARE therefore intervenes in three critical areas:


    (i) Human Conditions ? ensuring that women and girls have equitable access to and control of productive assets, basic services, opportunities and benefits.


    (ii) Social Positions ? ensuring that socio-cultural practices and processes promote women and girls? well-being and equality.


    (iii) Responsive Institutions ? ensuring that institutions at local and national level, have policies and practices in place that enhance equitable development and resilience of women and girls.


    CARE Kenya agreed on five programmatic themes that it would implement in the five year period to achieve its goal , including Livelihoods , Financial Inclusion , Health, HIV and AIDS Sector , Refugee Assistance Program and Humanitarian Assistance and Emergency


    For more detail on our programmatic focus and Long Range Strategic Plan, CLICK HERE

    Our mission is to serve individuals and families in the poorest communities in the world. Drawing strength from our global diversity, resources and experience,we promote innovative solutions and are advocates for global responsibility.We facilitate lasting change by Strengthening capacity for self-help, providing economic opportunities, delivering relief in emergencies, influencing policy decisions at all levels and addressing discrimination in all its forms.

    We seek a world of hope, tolerance and social justice where poverty has been overcome and people live in dignity and security. CARE will be a global force and partner of choice within a worldwide movement dedicated to ending poverty. We will be known everywhere for our unshakeable commitment to the dignity of people.

    CARE International in Kenya (CIK) is a development and humanitarian organization with a goal to reduce poverty at the household level, and to provide relief in emergencies.

    CARE commenced its humanitarian programme in Kenya in 1968. Since then we have built a substantial development and humanitarian programme, targeting around 2 million people in Kenya per year.

    We currently carry out major programmes in refugee assistance, health, water and sanitation, financial inclusion, adaptation to climate change, disaster risk reduction, agricultural value chains and humanitarian/emergency response with an average annual budget of approximately US$ 35 million.  CARE is a lead partner of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) and World Food Programme (WFP), for water & hygiene, food distribution, and formal education in the refugee camps in Dadaab, near the Kenya-Somalia border. As of 30th November 2014, the refugee  population in Dadaab was 357,345 refugees.

    Our main office is in Nairobi, and our main focus areas are western Kenya, Nairobi informal settlements and northern Kenya arid and semi arid lands. We also have projects in central and rift valley counties around financial inclusion and agricultural value chains.  We currently work directly in 21 Kenyan counties through our programming, powered by the talents of 450 staff nation-wide.


    CARE International traces its roots back to 1945, when 22 American organizations combined forces to rush?emergency food rations in the form of 'CARE Packages' to the starving survivors of World War II in Europe. Thousands of Americans, including United States President Harry S. Truman, contributed to the effort. On May 11, 1946, the first 20,000 packages reached the battered port of Le Havre, France.

    Some 100 million more CARE Packages reached people in need during the next two decades, first in Europe and later in Asia and other parts of the developing world.

    CARE International is a?global confederation?of 13 National Members and one Affiliate Member with the common goal of fighting global poverty. Each CARE Member is an autonomous non?governmental organization and implements program, advocacy, fundraising and communications activities in its own country and in developing countries where CARE has programs.. The oldest members are CARE USA and CARE Canada (of which CARE Kenya is a part of), which were established in 1945 and 1946 respectively. The other ?member countries are Australia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Japan, The Netherlands, Norway, the United Kingdom, India and Thailand. CARE Peru is an Affiliate Member, and along with India and Thailand, strengthens the diversity of CARE's governance.

    The organization has always been known as "CARE" but the meaning behind the letters has changed as its scope has broadened. When it was founded in 1945, CARE stood for "Cooperative for American Remittances to Europe." Today, with work in 87 countries around the world, CARE stands for "Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere, Inc."

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