Closed Positions

HEAD OF RESEARCH, MONITORING, EVALUATION, AND LEARNING (KENYA)
The application period for this opportunity is now closed.

PROGRAM ASSISTANT – SPORTS FOR PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT (KENYA)
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JANITOR (KENYA)
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RADIO SONOGRAPHER (KENYA)
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IT OFFICER (KENYA)
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ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT (KENYA)
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MENTORS (KENYA)
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GRADUATE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (KENYA)
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CHIEF OPERATIONS OFFICER (KENYA)
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CONSULTANCY – SCOPING PROJECT (KENYA)
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COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER (KENYA)
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CAROLINA FOR KIBERA FELLOWSHIP (US)
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UNC PEACOCK FELLOWSHIP, 2020
The application period for this opportunity is now closed. Please check back in late fall for information regarding our 2021 call for applications.

Learn More About CFK

Celebrating the 2020 Angaza Scholarship Graduates
This year, CFK celebrated a milestone as 89% of the 2020 graduating class of Angaza Scholars excelled in the KSCE exam with university-qualifying grades. A few graduates discussed their future plans and the experiences they had through the Angaza Project.
Managing Menstrual Hygiene & Addressing Menstrual Shame
Educating young people on proper menstrual hygiene management is the first step in addressing misinformation and menstrual shame. On this year's Menstrual Hygiene Day, CFK led open discussions with adolescent girls and young women and distributed critical sanitary products.
CFK Executive Director Hillary Omala on NTV Kenya
Hillary Omala Represents Informal Settlements on NTV Kenya Panel
CFK executive director, Hillary Omala, discussed the social and economic impacts of COVID-19 on residents of informal settlements during a panel discussion broadcast on NTV Kenya on April 28.