The University of Rwanda is a Public Institution of Higher Learning committed to support the development of the country through the generation and advancement of knowledge and innovation among other core activities. The University of Rwanda through the Single Project Implementation Unit (UR-SPIU) is implementing a four-year project entitled Social Sciences for Severe Stigmatizing Skin Diseases (the 5-S Foundation). The project is implemented in a consortium led by University of Sussex and partners from Ethiopia, Rwanda and Sudan. This project aims to end neglect of three stigmatizing skin diseases (podoconiosis, mycetoma and scabies) through bringing the social sciences to bear on these conditions in Ethiopia, Sudan and Rwanda. The research will transform the health and wellbeing of people affected by these conditions by identifying interventions informed by social science perspectives at the level of the patient, the community, national and international policy. This is a Research and Innovation for Global Health Transformation program funded by the United Kingdoms’ National Institute for Health Research.
To ensure optimal implementation of the grant, UR-SPIU calls for qualified and motivated candidates to apply on the following positions:
1. PROJECT COORDINATOR (1 POSITION)
2.PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT AND COMMUNICATION OFFICER ( 1 POSITION)
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Closing date: October 09,2020