HSRC survey needs data collectors and community liaison officers whose home language is Afrikaans
The HSRC is implementing the South African National HIV prevalence, Incidence, Behaviour, and Communication Survey (also known as SABSSM VI). Are you currently a student or are recently retired and you need to earn extra money working over weekends or in the afternoons/evenings? We urgently need to employ data collectors AND community liaison officers across… View Article

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