We are looking for a financial inclusion specialist with practical experience and strong understanding of using pro-poor finance (e.g. microcredit, and savings and loans) to support smallholders and/or producers, ideally in a context of community-based development and fisheries management. The successful candidate will have a deep and sensitive appreciation of the complex challenges facing remote and rural tropical coastal communities; including widespread poverty, high vulnerability to climate change, gender inequality, an overwhelming relianceon fishing livelihoods for food and income, data deficiency, and weak national governance. They will be closely aligned with Blue Ventures’ core values and mission to support community-based approaches to marine conservation. We are looking fo

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