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Latest Jobs Vacancies in Ghana at Chance for Children

4 vacancies
      • IT Officer

      • The IT Officer maintains the computer networks of the organization, providing technical support and ensuring the whole company runs smoothly. IT Support monitors and maintains the company computer sys
        • 13 February
      • Programmes And Administrative Officer

      • Reporting to: Country representative/ Country programmes manager Salary:  GHC 58,800-GHC 66,500 per annum, depending on experience Job type: Permanent, full-time (40 hours per week) Loca
        • 13 February
      • IT Officer at Chance for Children

      • The IT Officer maintains the computer networks of the organization, providing technical support and ensuring the whole company runs smoothly. IT Support monitors and maintains the company computer sys
        • 12 February
      • Public Relations/Fundraising Manager

      • We are seeking a passionate new member to join our growing and close-knit group as a Public Relations and Fundraising Manager. In this dual role, you will be reporting to the Execu
        • 12 February

About Chance for Children

Giving street children a chance It is the goal of Chance for Children, to empower the street children in Accra to take their lives into their own hands. We achieve this by providing the children with love, safety and security as well as enabling them school education and professional training. Chance for Children is an accredited non-governmental organisation (NGO) according to Ghanaian law and a foundation according to swiss foundation law. The organisation was founded in 1999 by Daniela Rdisli Sodjah and Amon Kotey, who both lead it until today together with Daniel Awuley Nartey. By now there are 60 Ghanaian and 3 European employees working on accompanying the children into a self-dependent life with a promising perspective. At the moment Chance for Children is supporting approximately 160 children and adolescents. So far more than 60 former street children have completed school as well as professional training with the support of CFC and are now living self-dependently or could be reintegrated into their families without any further financial support.

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