The Norwegian Afghanistan Committee (NAC) practices equal opportunities; women and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Norwegian Afghanistan Committee (NAC) was established in 1980 as a member-based solidarity organization. The NAC is doing development and humanitarian work in Afghanistan and information and advocacy in Norway. Through our focus on rural development (education, agriculture and sustainable economic development, civil society, governance and health), disaster risk reduction and management, and the education of female health care providers, we strive to improve the quality of life of Afghanis in rural and remote communities. The aim of the NAC is to contribute to the development of an Afghanistan free of poverty where equality, democracy, human rights and respect for diversity serve as the basis for political action and development. As the organization is undergoing an expansion, we seek for a CME Trainer to join our team. The NAC has more than 300 staff members, 1% of these are expatriate, and 36% are women. The NAC has its Country Office in Kabul and regional offices in Badakhshan and Ghazni, with field in and project offices in Faryab, Kapisa, Khost, Laghman and Wardak.
The position will be based in Kapisa with travel to other districts of Kapisa as per requirement. The Position will report to CME Course Coordinator, based in Kapisa.