Terms of Reference | Solar System | Zambia

Terms of Reference | Solar System | Zambia

MIET AFRICA requires a service provider to supply and install a modular upgradeable solar system to 10 FutureLife-Now! schools in Zambia. An increase in economic activity has led to an increased energy demand in the country which has resulted in nationwide load shedding schedules which last up to 12 hours a day. To mitigate the effects and to ensure learning continues, the FutureLife-Now! programme will provide support to the 10 FutureLife-Now! schools in Zambia by supplying and installing solar systems.

Click here for Terms of Reference and submission requirements. All quotations must be submitted by email by 12 noon on 7 August 2020.

Vacancy | Clinical Coordinator | AGYW Programme

Vacancy | Clinical Coordinator | AGYW Programme

MIET AFRICA is a sub recipient of NACOSA, the primary recipient of the Adolescent Girls and Young Women’s Programme (AGYW), of the Global Fund grant. MIET AFRICA seeks to employ a Clinical Coordinator to take responsibility for the effective coordination and implementation of biomedical services for the AGYW programme in Soshanguve Tshwane Sub-district One in Gauteng. This is a contract position, and the successful applicant will be based at MIET AFRICA’s district office in Soshanguve. Closing date for applications is Thursday, 23 July 2020. Click here to find our more and to apply.

Distribution of Food Parcels – Responding to the COVID-19 Crisis

Distribution of Food Parcels – Responding to the COVID-19 Crisis

According to the United Nations, the COVID-19 pandemic is a health and human crisis threatening the food security and nutrition of millions of people around the world. MIET AFRICA’s regional programme, FutureLife-Now!, recently provided food parcels to vulnerable learners and their families in Malawi through its humanitarian emergency COVID-19 response project.

With the support of local youth facilitators, Malawi Future-Life Now! In-Country Coordinators provided food parcels to over 700 learners from the 10 FutureLife-Now! schools in Malawi. Food included maize flour, rice, beans, cooking oil, sugar and salt. Hand sanitizer was also provided.

During the distribution, which took place between 3-7 July, COVID-19 precautionary measures were strictly adhered to, such as hand washing, the wearing of masks and social distancing.

FutureLife-Now! is a Southern African Development Community (SADC) school-based programme aimed at reducing new HIV infections and increasing ART adherence amongst young people in the region.