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The Prevention Specialist will be responsible for the implementation of capacity building and provision of technical assistance to field activities for prevention with a focus on those programs targeting most at risk population.  An understanding of the socio-cultural issues and nuances of working in such communities is highly desirable.  S/he will work directly with partner organizations, communities and other resource users to execute the various activities.  S/he should have at least a relevant Bachelor’s degree and at least 5 years of experience in the provision of successful, targeted HIV/AIDS prevention programming.  S/he should have considerable experience and technical expertise working with community-based organizations, NGOs, and host-country governments.

Maripili O’Connell

Staffing Specialist

Management Sciences for Health

784 Memorial Drive

Cambridge, MA

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