TV Production Our Changing Climate: our Time to Act Now! launched

TV Production Our Changing Climate: our Time to Act Now! launched

Following a successful climate change radio series that provided a platform for discussion around the impact of climate change on countries in the SADC region, a two-part television production Our Changing Climate: our Time to Act Now! – launches this week. The production – developed in partnership with MIET AFRICA, the UN CC: Learn Secretariat, UNITAR, and pro-active environmental ministries in Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe, showcases innovative homegrown responses to the threat of climate change in these three Southern African countries. Featuring young climate change activists who share what they are doing to improve their environment, the television production will be broadcast in English, Nyanja, Bemba, Shona, Ndebele and Chichewa.

Click here for the full media release and here for the broadcasting schedule. Visit MIET AFRICA’s FB page to view clips from the series.

Vacancy || Linkage Officer Adolescent Girls and Young Women’s Programme

Vacancy || Linkage Officer Adolescent Girls and Young Women’s Programme

MIET AFRICA seeks to employ a Linkage Officer for the Adolescent Girls and Young Women’s Programme. As a Linkage Officer you will provide support to the clinical team and ensure successful referrals and linkage to services. This is a contract position, and the successful applicant will be based at MIET AFRICA’s District office in AbaQulusi, Zululand, KwaZulu Natal. Click here for application details. Closing date for applications is 27 April 2021.

Teachers’ Safety and Security in South African Schools: A Handbook

Teachers’ Safety and Security in South African Schools: A Handbook

In South Africa, school-based violence takes on many dimensions. Being involved in school violence can mean being a perpetrator or a victim, but it can also mean being a witness to the violence, which in itself can be psychologically damaging. Both learners and educators need to be provided with a safe learning and work environment.  MIET AFRICA has just developed and designed the South African College of Educators’ (SACE) Teachers’ Safety and Security in South African Schools: A Handbook – a user-friendly reference for educators on information on their rights and responsibilities regarding violence in schools; how to protect him/ herself in violent situations in the school environment; and most importantly, what action to take to decrease the risk of violence against every member of the school community, both near, or in, schools and classrooms. Click here to download the handbook.

Vacancy|| Personal Assistant to the Executive Office || MIET AFRICA || Durban

Vacancy|| Personal Assistant to the Executive Office || MIET AFRICA || Durban

MIET AFRICA seeks to employ a suitable qualified, experienced and competent Personal Assistant to provide support to its Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operations Officer. This is a 12-month contract position and the successful applicant will be based at MIET AFRICA’s head office in Durban. Please view the job applications here. Closing date for applications is 21 April 2021.

Sharing Meeting 2021 Presentations

Sharing Meeting 2021 Presentations

FutureLife-Now! Regional Task Team Meeting | 11 February 2021

Jennifer Norins

Lesotho Update

Lynn van der Elst & Megan Cockerill

Malawi Update

Patricia Martin

Zambia Update

Zimbabwe Update

The Regional CSTL Technical Committee Meeting | 16 February 2021

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Carolyn Medel-Anonuevo – CSTL PRESENTATION COVID 19

UNICEF WFP ESA Mutlisectoral Checklist for School reopening and Schoolbased Nutrition in COVID-19

Jennifer Norins – CSTLReport_2020

Leger Bruggeman – Presentation CSTL meeting-SADC assignment

Maria Bakaroudis – Value of CSE MIET

Megan Cockerill –

Vacancy – Data Capturers || Three Positions

Vacancy – Data Capturers || Three Positions

MIET AFRICA seeks to employ three data capturers to take responsibility for the day-to day data capturing and quality control on captured data of the Adolescent Girls and Young Women’s Programme in Vryheid, KwaZulu-Natal. The data capturers will work closely with the Monitoring and Evaluation Officer in ensuring that monitoring and evaluation activities are implemented accordingly and that the information collected is useful to the project.

This is a contract position, and the three successful applicants will be based at MIET AFRICA’s district office in Vryheid, Zululand district. Closing date for applications is Friday, 26 February 2021. Click here for more information and to apply.