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Digital Green is an international non-profit development organization that builds and deploys information and communication technologies to amplify the effectiveness of development efforts for sustained social change, globally. Our approach combines technology and social organization to improve the cost-effectiveness and broaden community participation in existing best practices. We partner with public and private organizations across domains such as agriculture, livelihood, health and nutrition.

We are headquartered in New Delhi, India with regional offices in Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Odisha. We have a country office in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

We are looking for highly qualified and passionate individuals to be part of our movement to ensure communities worldwide live with dignity. We offer a dynamic and enabling work environment and competitive compensation, based on experience and qualifications, comparable to leading national level development sector organizations. If you would like to be part of the Digital Green family, email your application with a cover note and resume to jobs@digitalgreen.org. If you are student, you can also apply for an internship position.

United States of America

Digital Green is a not-for-profit international development organization that uses an innovative digital platform for community engagement to improve livelihoods of rural communities across South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. We partner with public, private and civil society organizations to share knowledge on improved agricultural practices, livelihoods, health, and nutrition, using locally produced videos and human mediated dissemination. So far, Digital Green has reached more than 750,000 rural community members across over 8,000 villages in India, Ethiopia, Afghanistan, Ghana, Niger and Tanzania. Collaborating with over 20 partners, Digital Green has helped facilitate the production and dissemination of nearly 4,000 localized videos in 28 languages. Digital Green operates from headquarters in New Delhi, and has offices in Addis Ababa, San Francisco and Washington DC. Digital Green is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in the US.

Digital Green is entering an exciting phase of development as it expands its activities in Asia and Africa. As part of this expansion, Digital Green will cultivate a small team of exceptional individuals based in the US with a passion for finding solutions to pressing development problems, a curiosity about complex issues facing the world’s poor, and a drive to tell our story. This is an exciting opportunity to join a new and growing team, supporting our ongoing programs, business development and start-up operations.

Program Manager- Agriculture Strategy - Location: San Francisco

Digital Green is a global development organization that empowers smallholder farmers to lift themselves out of poverty by harnessing the collective power of technology and grassroots-level partnerships. We join forces with governments, private agencies and, most importantly, rural communities themselves to co-create digital solutions that are of the community and for the community. When farmers have the tools they need to connect with one another, they’re far more likely to apply what they’ve learned on their farms and in their households–improving their own livelihoods and those of others in their community, in a manner that’s nutrition-sensitive, climate-resilient, and inclusive. So far, Digital Green has reached 1.5 million rural community members across over 8,000 villages in India, Ethiopia, Afghanistan, Ghana, Niger and Tanzania. Collaborating with over 20 partners, Digital Green has helped facilitate the production and dissemination of over 4,000 localized videos in 28 languages. Digital Green operates from offices in San Francisco, New Delhi, Addis Ababa and Washington, DC. Digital Green is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in the US. For more information, please visit Digital Green’s website: www.digitalgreen.org. Digital Green is entering an exciting phase of development as it expands its activities to additional countries in Asia and Africa. As part of this expansion, Digital Green is building a small team of exceptional individuals with a passion for finding solutions to pressing development problems, a curiosity about complex issues facing the world’s poor, and a drive to tell our story. This is an exciting opportunity to join Digital Green’s new and growing team, supporting our ongoing programs, country expansion and start-up operations.

Key Responsibilities


The Program Manager- Agriculture Strategy position is a new role that will be supporting the Director, Global Agriculture Strategy in the implementation and operationalization of Digital Green’s new five-year strategy across our agricultural portfolio. This role will provide technical, operational, and administrative support to existing and new projects within the agricultural portfolio.

  • Key responsibilities involve closely working with the Director of Agriculture Strategy in the following ways:
  • General portfolio support which entails:
  • Staying on top of trends in agriculture, nutrition, ICT in extension, and last-miles agriculture value chain services
  • Ensuring alignment with Digital Green’s new five year strategy by reviewing and/or reframing project theories of change, results frameworks, and activities
  • Working with country leadership on country-level strategy and scorecards for performance monitoring
  • Streamlining project review processes in partnership with project directors and teams
  • Preparing memos and/or research notes to help analyze strategic trade-offs for new investment opportunities
  • Writing, reviewing, and refining (as needed) donor reports
  • Specific portfolio support entails working closely with the India and Ethiopia program teams, as well as with pilot projects in other countries in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, to strengthen Digital Green’s core video-enabled extension approach in the following ways:
  • Building Digital Green’s evidence base of yield-maximizing agricultural practices as well as value-addition practices to inform the content we produce and disseminate for our target commodities through desk research; engaging researchers, scientists, and relevant institutions; and supporting our own field trials
  • Producing “crop fact sheets” for our priority commodities
  • Documenting lessons and learning related to better customization of content, enhanced quality assurance, the testing of multi-channel approaches (i.e. video, radio, IVR, SMS, mobile applications, etc.), and the integrating of other extension services like virtual training methods and performance management systems
  • Specific portfolio support also entails working closely with our program teams to to explore services beyond agricultural extension in the following ways:
  • Develop an Excel-based financial model for Digital Green’s aggregation and transportation service
  • Document learning and lessons from Digital Green’s aggregation and transportation service
  • Curate a pipeline of new initiatives that extend Digital Green’s reach to other parts of the value chain such as market linkages, digital financial services, and nutrition
  • Work closely with the Global Working Group for Monitoring, Learning, and Evaluation to support Digital Green’s learning agenda and documentation of impact, including mining existing internal and donor reports for past learning
  • When needed, work closely with the Business Development team to identify opportunities for Digital Green to engage in new projects and obtain funding

Qualification and Skills

  • 3-5 years of program experience in agriculture and food security sector, with developing world field experience working with smallholder farmers on crop production preferred
  • Bachelor’s degree required, master’s degree preferred
  • Experience in large-scale donor-funded programs (USAID, BMGF) and donor reporting preferred
  • Exceptional written and verbal communications skills
  • Experience working with a diverse team, including across time zones, cultures, English-language ability, and backgrounds
  • Demonstrated research skills and familiarity with agricultural research resources
  • Ability to meet deadlines and produce material with short turnaround time when necessary
  • Strategic, analytical, and critical thinking skills capable of drawing thematic connections and attending closely to detail, with consulting management experience a plus
  • Demonstrated interpersonal skills to effectively collaborate with other professionals
  • Candidates should be comfortable taking initiative within their authority and not require a lot of guidance from supervisors, work well with others on small teams, be detail-oriented and well organized
  • Willing and able to work in a fast-paced, growth-oriented environment
  • Willing to travel occasionally both domestically and internationally
  • Flexible attitude towards changing priorities and ability to multi-task

Digital Green is a great place to work and prides itself on a competitive and comprehensive compensation and benefits package. Digital Green is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Please email your resume and cover letter to recruitmentus@digitalgreen.org with the title Program Manager in the subject line. Due to the high volume of applicant response, not all applicants may receive a response from Digital Green. Digital Green is an equal opportunity employer committed to identifying and developing the skills and leadership of people from diverse backgrounds.

Country Engagement Manager - Location: Washington D.C., San Francisco or field-based in Africa or Asia

Digital Green is a global development organization that empowers smallholder farmers to lift themselves out of poverty by harnessing the collective power of technology and grassroots-level partnerships. We join forces with governments, private agencies and, most importantly, rural communities themselves to co-create digital solutions that are of the community and for the community. When farmers have the tools they need to connect with one another, they’re far more likely to apply what they’ve learned on their farms and in their households–improving their own livelihoods and those of others in their community, in a manner that’s nutrition-sensitive, climate-resilient, and inclusive. So far, Digital Green has reached 1.5 million rural community members across over 8,000 villages in India, Ethiopia, Afghanistan, Ghana, Niger and Tanzania. Collaborating with over 20 partners, Digital Green has helped facilitate the production and dissemination of over 4,000 localized videos in 28 languages. Digital Green operates from offices in San Francisco, New Delhi, Addis Ababa and Washington, DC. Digital Green is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in the US. For more information, please visit Digital Green’s website: www.digitalgreen.org. Digital Green is entering an exciting phase of development as it expands its activities to additional countries in Asia and Africa. As part of this expansion, Digital Green is building a small team of exceptional individuals with a passion for finding solutions to pressing development problems, a curiosity about complex issues facing the world’s poor, and a drive to tell our story. This is an exciting opportunity to join Digital Green’s new and growing team, supporting our ongoing programs, country expansion and start-up operations.

Key Responsibilities

  • Design and Launch New Country Activities
  • Taking a portfolio approach across existing and future country on-the-ground activities to identify and ensuring a diversity of learning questions, types of activities and countries and innovations under DLEC, the CEM will:
  • Use existing knowledge, DLEC partner experience, and Digital Green’s history and approach to source, design and launch two or more country activities in Africa or Asia
  • Travel to countries to meet with stakeholders and otherwise communicate with them
  • Identify critical EAS country needs the project could play a role in addressing with action research and/or an on-the-ground intervention, matching them to DLEC learning questions and ensuring a well-rounded portfolio;
  • Identify partners, staff and Digital Green/DLEC resources to design and implement an activity that meets DLEC criteria; motivate partners, local stakeholders and USAID mission to garner on-the-ground support
  • Draw on existing Digital Green or DLEC partner resources and teams (e.g. technology, training, human resources, monitoring and evaluation, finance and grants, business development) to ensure country activities have adequate institutional support
  • Lead the project design, implementation and management: form partnerships with country-based implementing partners and stakeholders; identify and hire staff; supervise local staff and ongoing activities; monitor performance and learning
  • Project Management
  • Communicate regularly with DLEC Project Management Committee
  • Draft and share updates on activities with Communications and Advocacy Manager relevant for outreach materials and success stories
  • Communicate updates on activities with Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Manager relevant for MEL and reporting materials
  • Liaise with MEL Manager regarding learning from the project and ensuring coherence across all DLEC countries
  • Serve as DLEC and Digital Green’s representative in countries by attending meetings and communicating with partners and stakeholders regarding project design, implementation, relationship development and maintenance
  • Coordinate country activities to support the project design, implementation and outreach activities
  • Maintain contact with stakeholders including host country government, USAID, Global Forum for Rural Advisory Services country forums where applicable, and NGO and private sector partners
  • Prepare project concept notes, activity budgets, work plans, calendars, and timelines
  • Prepare semi-annual and annual, occasional and ad-hoc summaries, reports, and related materials on project and theme activities as required
  • Track spending and participate in financial reviews
  • Work with Digital Green’s Administration, Finance and HR team to ascertain requirements for in-country registration (where needed) and outline necessary steps; serve as focal point for securing office space and supporting in-country operations and logistics
  • Travel to rural areas to meet with farmers and other partners as needed

Qualification and Skills

  • Bachelor’s degree required, master’s degree preferred
  • Minimum of 10 years of relevant professional experience with project/program management, preferably in developing countries
  • Experience working with USAID and/or other donors
  • Experience developing and managing country-based activities
  • Technical experience in the areas of agriculture extension, private sector and ICT preferred
  • The ideal candidate will also possess the following skills, behaviors, and competencies:
  • Ability to meet deadlines and produce material with short turnaround time when necessary
  • Inquisitive and critical thinking skills capable of drawing thematic connections as well as close attention to detail
  • Entrepreneurial spirit and approach to making partnerships and developing activities
  • Demonstrated excellence in effective writing and verbal communication. (English required; language competency in other languages is a plus)
  • Skills related to developing and managing project work plans and budgets, and writing narrative reports
  • Demonstrated strong computer skills in all Microsoft Office applications.
  • Proactive and initiative-taking approach within their authority, works well with others on small teams, detail-oriented and well organized
  • Willing and able to work in a fast-paced, growth-oriented environment that spans many time zones
  • Willing to travel to different countries and engage with people of multiple cultures

The Country Engagement Manager (CEM) will be focused on the end-to-end project management of two or more country activities as part of the USAID-funded Feed the Future Developing Local Extension Capacity (DLEC) program. Engagement, in this context, refers to on-the ground country activities specific to DLEC, partnerships, & representation. She or he will also ensure coherency among all the country activities and liaise with the project management staff. The Country Engagement Manager will lead the sourcing, design and launch of extension and advisory services projects with a focus on agriculture and technology-enabled services. Taking a portfolio approach to the 4-9 DLEC country activities, the CEM will oversee DLEC country-level activities to incorporate learning questions, innovation, and elements of the project’s theory of change. The CEM will also help assess and design approaches to technology-enabled development, private-sector led initiatives or nutrition-sensitive agriculture. S/he will drive country activities to diagnose, test and share locally-customized, best-fit solutions for agricultural extension systems and services. This position requires a passionate individual who is entrepreneurial in spirit and can manage multiple priorities, build strong partnerships and effectively communicate DLEC’s in-country work. We are looking for a critical thinker and communicator who makes connections within DLEC activities, among Digital Green’s current and planned projects, and innovative extension and private sector initiatives in agriculture and nutrition. The position is ideally based in Washington, DC or San Francisco initially, with the possibility to be based in the field. The position reports to the Deputy Director of the Developing Local Extension Capacity project. Please email your resume and cover letter to recruitmentus@digitalgreen.org with the title Country Engagement Manager in the subject line. Due to the high volume of applicant response, not all applicants may receive a response from Digital Green. Digital Green is an equal opportunity employer committed to identifying and developing the skills and leadership of people from diverse backgrounds.

Finance Manager

The Finance Manager is a new role that will be responsible for the overall administration and accounting of Digital Green’s small US office and the financial management of our new USAID-supported, multi-country Developing Local Extension Capacity (DLEC) program. In addition, this role is critical in helping set up Digital Green for its next phase of growth by working closely with the global Finance Team based out of India and our Director of Growth on revisiting existing financial systems and processes to support an expanding global organizational presence. The DLEC program responsibilities include financial monitoring and support/guidance to program staff to ensure the fiscal well-being of this project. This role will work closely with the DLEC program team in the US and with our Finance and Compliance Team in India. The successful candidate will have strong analytical and accounting skills combined with the ability to influence, motivate, and negotiate with international teams. In addition, the candidate will have to demonstrate an entrepreneurial spirit and comfort with ambiguity.

Key Responsibilities

DLEC Financial Management


  • Develop and execute annual operating budgets for the DLEC program
  • Lead monthly review of project expenses
  • Assist with scenario planning for the DLEC program to determine trade-offs between different program paths
  • Conduct analyses of level of effort and identify coverage shortage and/or additional recruitment needs
  • Identify compliance risks related to expanding into new geographies
  • Prepare budget modifications and realignment requests
  • Review bank statements, bank reconciliations and submitted expense reports to ensure all costs are reasonable, allocable and auditable
  • Ensure appropriate sub-award management, including reviewing performance reports against sub-award documents and budgets. Review and approve payment requests to subgrantees, vendors and consultants
  • Work with Finance and Program team on regular reporting for DLEC
  • Provide cost share analysis and reporting


US Office Administration & Accounting

  • Manage the annual fiscal close for US office
  • Establish and maintain a comprehensive, internal office control system.
  • Assists in monitoring bank account and organizes fund transfer.
  • Reconcile Bank accounts and prepare monthly close in the US on monthly basis
  • Manage and run payroll for US office

Financial Planning & Analysis
  • Work with US team and finance/compliance team in India on annual US team organizational budgets
  • Prepare budgets for proposals as part of the team’s response to Associate Award RFAs
  • Develop cost modeling of Digital Green activities globally
  • Prepare and submit ad hoc reports on portfolio financial status to senior management
  • Calculate latest pipelines and burn rates for programs and that of partners.
  • Prepare quarterly analysis of awards/contracts

Qualification and Skills

  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Business Administration, Accounting or related field
  • Five years related work experience, including non-profit sector experience
  • Experience working in fast paced and high growth environments
  • Experience in budgeting and financial analysis
  • Experience in USAID funded projects preferred
  • Experience with Quickbooks
  • Demonstrated advanced proficiency in Excel
  • Experience managing field-based projects in an international organization
  • Knowledge of applicable tax regulations

Please email your resume and cover letter to recruitmentus@digitalgreen.org (no calls, faxes, or drop-ins, please) with a title Finance Manager in the subject line. Due to the high volume of applicant response, not all applicants may receive a response from Digital Green. Digital Green is an equal opportunity employer committed to identifying and developing the skills and leadership of people from diverse backgrounds. Applications will be reviewed until the position is filled.

Ethiopia

Digital Green is an international non-profit development organization that builds and deploys information and communication technologies to amplify the effectiveness of development efforts for sustained social change, globally. Our approach combines technology and social organization to improve the cost-effectiveness and broaden community participation in existing best practices. We partner with public and private organizations across domains such as agriculture, livelihood, health and nutrition.

We are headquartered in New Delhi, India with regional offices in Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Odisha. We have a country office in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

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Director-Ethiopia Programs

Director-Ethiopia programs will be responsible for leading current operational directions, and strategically facilitating new avenues and opportunities. The position will report to the Regional Director – Africa and will supervise the Deputy Director-Program Operations, the Director-Finance & Administration as well as the Senior Manager-Human Resources within the Ethiopia office. This position will lead the Ethiopia Leadership Group, will collaborate with unit heads, and will receive support from the various technical leads based at the country office.

Key Responsibilities

  • Provide high-level support to the Deputy Director – Program Operations, the Monitoring & Evaluation/Technology unit, as well as the Agriculture Extension unit to enable quality, impactful programming
  • Support the financial and administrative management unit of the office to increase efficiency and streamline operations by working directly with the Director – Finance & Administration
  • Determine key strategic avenues for country operational growth by working closely with the Ethiopia Leadership Group
  • Develop and implement contextualized strategies to further build and strengthen team maturity
  • Create and rollout team-based methods to strengthen channels of collaboration, empowerment, communication, and innovativeness
  • Leverage multiple supervisory hats - coaching, leadership, mentorship and managerial skills at appropriate times with employees to nurture potential as well as improve / increase successes
  • Engage with Digital Green current donors, future donors and other key stakeholders to build an understanding of the development landscape
  • Link and connect with complementary donor-funded, public-funded programs and partnerships
  • Represent the organization at various donor-requested; program-related; strategic meetings with key stakeholders

Qualification and Skills

  • Minimum of 15 years managing the implementation of various development programs and minimum of 5 years supervising and providing leadership to cross-cultural teams
  • Master’s degree in the development-related sector from an internationally well-recognized university
  • Knowledge of and strong experience with organizational development across NGO, public and private sectors
  • Significant experience engaging collaboratively with partner organizations such as government institutions, donor agencies (specifically USAID), as well as other key stakeholders
  • Knowledge of and strong desire to work on issues related to smallholder development across agriculture, nutrition and health
  • Excellent planning, organizational, administrative and analytical skills
  • Exceptionally strong oral and written communication skills in English
  • Understanding and desire to develop strong, capable teams
  • Fast-paced, analytical thinker

Position Type: Full-Time Appointment Job Location: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Reporting to: Regional Director - Africa Please share your CV alongwith cover letter to - HR-Ethiopia@digitalgreen.org

Deputy Director, Program Operations

Deputy Director – Program Operations will be responsible for supporting the coordination and management of high quality implementation of program activities in the country, including: - Country program planning and implementation management - Program staff management and organizational development - Donor, partner and key stakeholder management The position will report to the Country Director – Ethiopia, and will facilitate strong coordination across programs, Project Directors and their state teams based at the country office, and will receive support from the various technical units based at the country office.

Key Responsibilities

  • Provide management and technical direction to the Project Directors and their teams
  • Manage the implementation of all project activities and performance schedules according to work plans and budgets
  • Effectively coordinate work planning processes and project reviews to mitigate challenges and jump-start innovation
  • Provide accurate and timely compiled information on key focal aspects, achievements, successes, and challenges
  • Oversee management of program partners, sub-grantees and sub-contractors in compliance with donor rules and regulations
  • Deepen, scale and embed implementation activities with project partners such as the MoANR and Regional Bureaus of Agriculture
  • Engage with key stakeholders, further build engagement opportunities and create pathways to diversify agriculture production-related activities
  • Engage with Digital Green current donors, future donors and other key stakeholders to build an understanding of the development landscape
  • Create and implement strategies to further link USAID’s Feed the Future program portfolio implementers with Digital Green’s activities
  • Develop and implement contextualized strategies to further build program team maturity and innovativeness
  • Create and rollout program team-based communication methods to strengthen channels of collaboration and innovativeness

Qualification and Skills

  • Minimum of 8-10 years managing the implementation of various development programs overseas
  • Minimum of 3 years overseas supervising and providing leadership to cross-cultural teams
  • Master’s degree in a development-related sector from an internationally well-recognized university
  • Knowledge of and strong experience with organizational development across NGO, public and private sectors
  • Significant experience engaging collaboratively with partner organizations such as government institutions, donor agencies (specifically USAID), as well as other key stakeholders
  • Knowledge of and strong desire to work on issues related to smallholder development across agriculture, nutrition and health
  • Excellent planning, organizational, administrative and analytical skills
  • Exceptionally strong oral and written communication skills in English
  • Deep understanding of rural Ethiopia and smallholder farming communities across the country
  • Energetic, passionate and enthusiastic

Position Type: Full-Time Appointment Job Location: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Reporting to: Country Director Please share your CV alongwith cover letter to - HR-Ethiopia@digitalgreen.org

Senior Program Manager - Ethiopia

Digital Green is currently working with Ethiopia’s Ministry of Agriculture and other NGO partners in the country. Within the next two years, Digital Green will increase its scale significantly in the country. Digital Green is inviting applications from suitable candidates for the position of Senior Program Manager to be based in the Regions (Mekele and Hawassa) of Ethiopia to help provide programmatic, administrative and logistical support to a various sets of programs. This position will report directly to the Deputy Country Director and will work in collaboration with the entire Digital Green Ethiopia team.

Key Responsibilities

  • Responsible for program planning, overseeing, guiding and monitoring all day-to-day technical implementation and financial operations within the assigned region;
  • Monitor, support and ensure implementation of regional work plan by reviewing program data with Digital Green regional team and other key stakeholders
  • Determining key mitigation strategies to meet timely deliverables and to embed the video-based approach into the mapped-out regional extension system;
  • Provide support on regional level to ensure that video content is technically sound and is in accordance with government/research packages of practices available in extension materials and manuals;
  • Ensure quality assurance is upheld in region assigned by aggregating quality assurance visit data, conducting spot-quality assurance visits to various sites, and by monitoring video production quality in close collaboration with Digital Green regional team members and government extension functionaries;
  • Provide performance review/progress reports against deliverables per engaged woreda in assigned region to NPC on a monthly basis;
  • Conduct presentations (such as data day presentations), in close collaboration with PMs and APMs, with support from the NPC on regional achievements and challenges faced;
  • Build relationships across the regional bureau, zonal offices and woreda offices to further institutionalize and embed the video-based approach into the pre-existing national agricultural extension system;
  • Facilitate the implementation of all video-based activities and other ICT-enabled services of the assigned region by working closely with key stakeholders from regional bureau, woreda bureau and other NGO partner;
  • Establish links with regional pre-existing programs and committees (PMC/TAC) that exist on regional level, and work in close partnership with them;
  • Facilitate meetings with ATVET colleges in the region and ensure inclusion of the video-based approach into their curriculum;
  • Organize regional review of the regional progress at least once in a year by working closely with key stakeholders on regional level (in collaboration with Digital Green regional team);
  • Strategically communicate roles and responsibilities with partners;
  • Follow up and support partners to meet timelines and quality standards of deliverables;
  • Facilitate and help organize concept seeding meetings on regional level by leveraging various platforms.

Qualification and Skills

  • MSc in Rural Development, Agricultural Extension, Sciences or Information Technology; Desired at least 6 year of relevant experience in project/ program design and implementation with national and international consortiums and partners; or BA degree and 10 years of experience;
  • Interest in food security, health-based and/or ICT4D-related development innovations;
  • Ability to meticulously plan for events; Strong detail-orientation required;
  • Excellent communication skills;
  • Ability to work within a team as well as independently;
  • Ability to take initiative and conduct tasks with highest level of quality;
  • Personal commitment, drive for results, efficiency, flexibility and a sense of humor.

Interested candidates are requested to send their current CVs, a cover note with motivation for applying for the position and three references to jobs@digitalgreen.org. or to Digital Green Foundation, P. O. Box 100056, Addis Ababa. They should mention the title of the position applied in the subject. All positions are contingent upon funding. Knowledge of local language is essential.

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