The community based, non political and non-profit association, Pentecostal Advocates for Socio-Economic Development (PENASED) is recruiting some six qualified and motivated volunteers.
This is within the implementation of its 2021 – 2024 strategic plan which focuses on improving the living conditions of the most vulnerable and underprivileged populations.
The recruitment opportunities were made available through a release signed by the Executive Coordinator of the association, Joseph Wato.
Following the release, the following positions are open for recruitment;
– A Programme Assistant,
– A Community Health Programme Assistant,
– A Gender and Social Inclusion Programme Assistant,
– A Resource Mobilization and Partnership Assistant,
– An Accounting and Financial Assistant,
– A Bilingual Administrative Assistant.
PENASED through the plan is working to break down the socio-economic barriers hindering their full development in the society.
Created in 2015, the legalized structure’s missions include among others the sensitization of so-called Pentecostal and revival communities on the promotion of essential family practices for quality health and education, to contribute to poverty reduction through entrepreneurship and the creation of income-generating micro-projects.
It also promotes social integration of the aforementioned community by contributing to debunk false beliefs and practices for the adoption of healthy behaviors to ensure their well-being.
PENASED hinges its interventions on four pillars; the well-being of the mother and child, professional orientation for decent jobs, entrepreneurship for wealth creation, and social inclusion and human rights.