Employment Opportunities: Now Hiring!
Gardens for Health International is seeking a dynamic leader to guide the organization during a period of exciting growth. Over the past 8 years, Gardens for Health has worked directly with more than 15,000 Rwandan families, and has emerged as a thought leader in integrated agriculture and nutrition programming. As we move from an organization that has a deep, but relatively small, impact to one that is driving large-scale change in the nutrition sector, we are looking for a leader who can take us to the next level. Candidates for the Executive Director position should be ready to jump into a fast-paced work environment, and lead a team that is flexible, innovative, and determined to change the landscape of nutrition programming – in Rwanda and beyond.
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We currently do not have any open positions in Rwanda. Stay tuned!
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On Sunday, April 30th Gardens for Health will be hosting our 5th Annual NYC Cocktail Party! The event will be held at the NoMad Hotel in New York City from 7-9PM with cocktails, an art show featuring photography from our farm in Kigali, and a brief presentation about Gardens for Health. In addition, this event will be extra-special as it is our fifth year! Please follow the link to purchase tickets and contact email@example.com with any queries. We hope to see you there!
On Thursday, Dec. 15th Gardens for Health hosted a Twitter chat with Global Health Corps, Johnson & Johnson, One Acre Fund and IntraHealth International to discuss cross-sector innovation and leadership in Global Health! #AreYouIn was trending in the US! Check out our Twitter Page for highlights and continue to reach out to us on social media with ideas to keep the discussion going!
On October 28th, we celebrated GHI Thanksgiving on our Farm! Check out the video below!
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