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International Development & African Diaspora


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Jamii 2 project aim to bring about positive health-based changes for African diaspora communities in Wales following Covid-19 to support and improve Wales Diaspora community mental health and wellbeing both physically and mentally) and reduce social exclusion. Kumbukumbu (‘Memories’) Project aims to provide a structural renewal of heritage, going beyond the sharing of diverse histories, to explore WHO are the storytellers and HOW stories are communicated. This project provides a focus specifically to Welsh African heritage, with an inclusive definition of ‘African’ that includes all those with a lived or ancestral link to the continent. The role of project manager will focus on leading, developing and managing Kumbukumbu and Jamii 2 programmes, projects, activities, its staff and events. Successful candidate will work with the Project Workers and SSAP CEO embed the use of good project management principles across all aspects of our work at SSAP. The post holder will also use excellent project management to facilitate the effective delivery of Kumbukumbu (‘Memories’) and Jamii 2 Projects.

Closing Date: 9th June 2024

For an application pack and information on the above post, please refer to:

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Please note that we do not accept CVs alone and application form will need to be complete.

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