ICAP was founded at Columbia’s Mailman School of Public Health in 2003 by Wafaa El-Sadr. ICAP was created at a time when an estimated 2.4 million people were dying every year from HIV around the world. As the global crisis unfolded, ICAP was determined to overcome the challenge of making HIV treatment available in areas with very limited health care infrastructure.
New Job Opportunities at ICAP Tanzania
ICAP helps to create better, more accessible, health services to reduce the burden of illness on people and communities. A beacon for inspiring change, ICAP disseminates knowledge and best practices to inspire better population health worldwide.
ICAP’s pioneering approach was inspired by the experience of Dr. El-Sadr and her colleagues in the New York City community of Harlem, where HIV had been rapidly spreading and causing immeasurable suffering. New Job Opportunities at ICAP Tanzania
ICAP TANZANIA IS HIRING FOR THE POSITIONS LISTED BELOW.
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- COVID-19 Vacation District Lead ( Multiple postion)
- COVID-19 Coordinator ( 1 Position)
- COVID-19 Vaccination Assistant
- Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Assistant