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Everyone wants to work for an NGO, whether it is because of the great benefits and salary, travel opportunities or because they truly want to help out in the world.

No matter what the motivation getting a job in these organisations is never easy and as such you need to have a good CV that properly sales your capabilities.

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Job Seeker’s Name
P.O Box 001-20300, Nakuru
Tel: 0710xxxxxx/0752xxxxxx.


A result oriented community development practitioner experienced in providing administrative support to complete projects. I am knowledgeable in: disseminating project information to project stakeholders, monitoring the progress of projects, developing and maintaining project deliverables and gathering and inputting data into databases. More so, I have been involved with HIV/Aids initiatives, community mobilization, monitoring and evaluation, field research, capacity building as well as planning and implementing community based projects. I am looking for a position in a challenging environment that strives for organizational and personal development.


  • Ability to write report and proposals
  • Attentive to details, accurate and a keen observer.
  • Highly organized with good time management skills
  • Good community mobilization skills
  • Proficient ion computer applications.
  • Good project management skills
  • Knowledge in monitoring and evaluation of projects.
  • Proficiency in computer applications and ability to use software such as outlook
  • Excellent team working skills, good organisational and social skills.
  • Good editing Skills both written, audio and video materials
  • Possess good communication skills both spoken and written.

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Bachelor of Arts in Community Development (Second Class Honours (Upper Division) – Maseno University; 2013-2016
Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (B plus) – Kaniana Secondary; 2009-2012


Internship – Monitoring and Evaluation

Save The Children Kenya, 2017 January – To Date

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Collection and entry of data obtained from various Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) and research activities.
  • Participating in the design of M&E strategies and activities
  • Participating in field research and monitoring activities.
  • Participating in day to day office tasks
  • Participating in field investigation and verification exercises
  • Overseeing implementation and monitor progress of the project.
  • Facilitated receipt and processing of loan applications for the project.
  • Achievements

Internship-Project Assistant

Children Fund; September – December 2016

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Tracked project activities to ensure they are progressing as per schedule.
  • Maintained the project Calendar, budget and ensure deadlines are met.
  • Participated in Project Planning & Implementation
  • Supported in developing training or other materials for community stakeholders and others.
  • Drafted internal inter-staff communications.
  • Advocated for the rights of children.
  • Achievements

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Training/Seminary/Workshop Attended:

2013 August: Name of training/ workshop: place acquired/ name of institution
2014 February: Name of training/ workshop; place acquired/ name of institution
2016 April: Name of training/ workshop; place acquired/ name of institution
2017, May: Name of training/ workshop; place acquired/ name of institution


Please feel free to contact the under mentioned in regard to my competence for the job at hand;

Name of Referee
Contacts (Phone and Email Address)

Name of Referee
Contacts (Phone and Email Address)

Referee C

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