Target groupNo specific target group
LocationPieter Langendijkstraat 542, 2533 TW Den Haag
Minimum age0 year
The Centre for Diaspora Development Work (CENDDOW) is a growing non-profit organisation that has its base in the Netherlands, reaching out to some specific migrants’ communities. Since 2005, the organisation has strengthened its position through engaging in activities that justify the intension towards migrants’ participation in programmes of development co-operation.
We are currently working on our DIASPOINT project. The mission is to create a dynamic social media platform for the purpose of awareness and information dissemination. We are looking for a volunteer who will help us with daily newsletter and complementing social media apps such as Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn etc. A person to assist us with the social apps; specifically the Facebook. The ideal volunteer should have IT skills and driving motivation to take part in CENDDOW mission; working from your convenient home setting.
START DATE IS FLEXIBLE
Number of hours per week
Activity supervision, Consultancy and support, Management and organization, Communication, Computer and internet, Event support
Minimal level of educationAcademic, College, High school
Required skillsAnalyse, Thinking, Communicating and coaching, Creative, Organising, Working methodically, Collaborating
Street and housenumber
Pieter Langendijkstraat 542
Zipcode and city
2533 TW Den Haag
Provide Migrants' resources for development aspirations.
Stichting CENDDOW is committed to all initiatives that aim at ending abject poverty and sufferings in Africa and where Africans are part and parcel of the inventiveness for change. As Diasporas who know the true face of poverty from failures in our countries of origin, we want to extend opportunities to the underprivileged; enable them to be part of the development.
Capacity Building for Women economic empowerment.
-Promoting convergence and motivation of African migrants for their participation in development work in Africa;
-Creating awareness on issues that affect lives and development within the environments of the underprivileged in Africa;
-Upholding our solidarity and active support on conventions that aim to end inequality and human suffering;
-Providing our knowledge on issues that relate to human development as they arise within the frame-work of migration, development and international cooperation.
-Extending enabling tools of economic participation for the deprived populations in the remote corners of Africa, as a practical means of resolving aggression and social insecurity.