Continuing its fight against Ebola, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) has begun a new project to provide emergency supplies and preventative education to 87,000 people and 8 health centres in Liberia.
Since July the disease has spread from three to all 15 Liberian counties, with more than half of the 5,160 Ebola victims coming from the hard hit country.
Written by Gladwin Bol.
Natural disasters, such as cyclones and floods, are a reality of living in the Pacific. The impact of such disasters can be significant and given the remoteness of some islands response from outside is often difficult or even impossible. That is why increasing the capacity of national and local authorities to manage and reduce the impact of disasters, as well as improve the preparedness and resilience of communities, is a priority for Pacific Island governments and the many humanitarian partners in the region.
Background and using the report
ANTANANARIVO— The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) is one of two agencies partnering with USAID in a $75 million food security initiative in Madagascar. The five-year ADRA program titled Asotry* will reduce vulnerability and food insecurity among households and communities in the regions of Amoron’i Mania, Haute Matsiatra, and Atsimo Andrefana.
The candidate will perform the following responsibilities among others:
- Maintain data on key indicators for all target schools.
- Ensure regular updating of data and tools for data collection.
- Inspect school registers for target schools. Prepare M&E reports quarterly and report to project Coordinator on performance based on identified milestones