poverty on their own. To do this, we work with local organizations, build their capacity and provide strategic funding to local projects in developing countries. We also lobby governments and companies to take into account the interests of the poorest people and campaign to involve men and women also in our work.
Oxfam In Nigeria is upscaling its support to building a social and sustainable small and medium business sector by developing and providing three interlinked services: investment, business incubation and impact measurement. A two year pilot will be carried out by the Oxfam in Nigeria Impact Investment facility, for which we are currently recruiting the Business Accelerator Advisor
How to Apply
If you are interested in this position please send a motivational letter and Curriculum vitae in English to [email protected] to the attention of The Recruiter, no later than September 12, 2013. Further enquires on the position can be sent to Doris Nwankwo on [email protected]
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