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CAMFED (Campaign for Female Education) is a multi-award winning, international non-profit organization with a mission to multiply educational opportunities for girls and empower young women to step up as leaders in sub-Saharan Africa.

Through our peer support and leadership network, the CAMFED Association, women are leading action on the big challenges their communities face – from girls’ exclusion to climate change. This unique pan-African network of teachers, nurses, doctors, sustainable agriculture experts and entrepreneurs numbers is growing every year as more girls complete school and join them. Nicholas Kristof, writing in the New York Times, described CAMFED’s model as ‘a perpetual motion machine… a virtuous cycle that grows over time.

Join us and together with our CAMFED Association, trustees and partners, you can catalyze the power of the most vulnerable girls and young women to create the future they imagine — for themselves, for their communities, and for Africa.

CAMFED Association members and Learner Guides Subira, Stumai, and Hilda check through By Better World exercise books



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Senior Manager of Finance and Operations, USA

The Senior Manager of Finance & Operations is a key member of CAMFED’s global finance team, collaborating with CAMFED staff both within the United States and internationally.

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Head of Programmes, Ghana

The Head of Programmes will lead impact driven programme execution and ensure the highest quality and standards in driving CAMFED’s mission to multiply educational opportunities for girls and empower young women to become leaders of change, as the most effective strategy to tackle poverty and inequality. The Head of Programmes will be responsible for the overall leadership of the Programmes Team, overseeing the development and implementation of Annual Programme plans, ensuring robust systems and knowledge management that fosters continuous improvement and growth in both impact and capacity. The Head of Programmes will support the National Director to deliver CAMFED Ghana’s strategic plans, and in ensuring that CAMFED’s values are upheld across the organization, including accountability, safeguarding, learning and probity, contribute to Fundraising and Advocacy efforts and Observance of the commitments outlined in CAMFED’s Statement of Intent.

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People Operations Manager, UK

The People Operations Manager is responsible for all aspects of the local People Operations Hub providing a customer-centric service that supports the organisation to achieve its strategic ambitions.

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People Operations Coordinator, UK

The People Operations Coordinator is responsible for undertaking administrative duties to support the People Operations Manager to manage, develop and continually improve the services provided by the local People Services Hub.

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Strategic People Partner (Global Hub), UK

The Strategic People Partner (Global Hub) will report to the Chief People & Culture Officer and work closely with the Executive Director for the Global Hub, Executive Directors in the UK, US and Canada and a range of leaders across CAMFED you will champion the partnering approach.