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Ms. Rufaro Kangai

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Program Manager

Public Health Institute
555 - 12Th Street 10Th Floor
Oakland , California 94607
United States

Company Description: One of the largest nonprofit organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area, the Public Health Institute (PHI) oversees more than 250 projects and is dedicated to...   more
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Employment History

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Education

  • B.A , Broadcasting and Communication Arts
    San Francisco State University
  • B.A , Communication Arts
    San Francisco Sate University
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Kids2Kids | Kid2Kid Project Description
www.kid2kid.org, 10 Oct 2014 [cached]
RUFARO KANGAI is the Administrative Coordinator of ICRI. She has over five years experience in the field of Office Administration and Communications. She graduated with a BA in Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts from San Francisco State University. Rufaro has had the opportunity to live in countries such as India, Zambia and Austria, while her father worked as an Ambassador for the Zimbabwe government. Rufaro volunteers as a HIV Prevention and Education counselor for non profit organizations in the San Francisco Bay area.
Staff « International Child Resource Institute
www.icrichild.org, 1 Aug 2013 [cached]
Rufaro Kangai, Child Resource Institute Zimbabwe Director
Rufaro is the Founder and Director of the Child Resource Institute Zimbabwe. CRIZ is involved in grassroots advocacy, orphan care, early childhood development, community health and empowerment of young women and girls in Zimbabwe.
Rufaro has over five years of experience in the field of HIV/AIDS, sexual and reproductive health, youth counseling and NGO management. Rufaro has consulted for international and domestic organizations working in Africa and Asia, and has advised donors interested in funding programs in Zimbabwe and Ghana.
Rufaro has been recognized for her work with vulnerable young women and girls in Zimbabwe, and recently delivered a keynote address at the Young African Women's Summit. She has spoken on African issues at ZimExpo events in the United States and Canada, as both a keynote speaker and a participant in a panel discussion on AIDS, Politics, Economics and Religion Panel. Rufaro spoke with Memory Banda, one of the founding members of the Girl Child Network Trust, at an event organized by the International Development Exchange (IDEX) on the challenges facing young Zimbabwean women leaders.
Rufaro is currently an MBA candidate at the African Leadership and Management Academy (ALMA) and holds a B.A in Broadcasting and Communication Arts from San Francisco State University.
Contact « International Child Resource Institute
www.icrichild.org, 1 Aug 2013 [cached]
Rufaro Kangai, Country Director rufaro@icrichild.org
ICRI Ghana
International Child Resource Institute
www.icrichild.org, 9 Sept 2007 [cached]
Rufaro Kangai, Administrative CoordinatorInternational Child Resource Institute
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Rufaro Kangai, Administrative Coordinator
Ms Kangai joined the International Child Resource Institute (ICRI) as Administrative Coordinator in September, 2005.She coordinates the administrative efforts on ICRI's technical consultations and international projects administration and office management.Ms. Kangai, is originally from Zimbabwe where the nation as been reported by UNICEF to have the largest number of orphans per capita in the world due to HIV/ AIDS pandemic.Having lost loved ones to HIV/AIDS and compelled to join the battle against HIV/AIDS in Zimbabwe, Ms. Kangai founded the Zimbabwe Child Resource Institute.This is an ICRI international project that is involved in grassroots advocacy, orphan care and community health.
Ms. Kangai has made presentations on the impact of HIV AIDS or orphans and vulnerable children and the power of the Diaspora, most recently at the International Development Exchange (IDEX), discussion on Voices of a New Generation of Young Zimbabwean Women.Furthermore, Ms. Kangai was a keynote speaker at the ZimExpo annual events in Canada and Chicago in 2006 The ZimExpo is networking platform where Zimbabwean professionals and entrepreneurs from all over the world can interact, network and exchange ideas that will contribute to economic and social development for Zimbabweans in the Diaspora and the nation of Zimbabwe
Ms. Kangai also sits on the Board of the One World Children's Fund an organization that networks aid directly to grassroots organizations that serve disadvantaged children around the world.Ms. Kangai and holds a B.A in Communication Arts from San Francisco Sate University and is currently a MPH student.
Blog « International Child Resource Institute
www.icrichild.org, 28 Oct 2010 [cached]
Gugu approached Rufaro Kangai, the Country Director of ICRI's office in Harare. Rufaro, a Zimbabwean who had previously worked in ICRI's headquarters in California, moved back to Harare in 2007 to open ICRI's office there. Rufaro was impressed by Gugu's commitment and leadership, and realized that there was a critical need for the type of program Gugu had envisioned. Moreover, she realized that partering with Gugu was very much in "the ICRI way"- being invited to collaborate on a project with a local leader deeply connected to the community to be served.
Gugu soon joined the staff of ICRI's Zimbabwe office, and with Rufaro developed the Support for Women and Girls Project. The project offers an array of intensive services to young women, including support groups, individual counseling, educational workshops, tutoring, and vocational training. Young women were soon flocking to the "safe space" at ICRI's Harare office, and taking part in popular slumber parties that Rufaro and Gugu hosted to allow the young women "the opportunity to just be with each other and to just be themselves in a fun and supportive environment. Although the program has a particular focus on young women who are HIV-positive and young women who have endured sexual assault, both Rufaro and Gugu felt it was important to open the program up to any young woman in need of intensive advocacy and support.
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