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Non-governmental Organization based in Italy

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A Field Guide to Disaster Risk Reduction in Southern Africa

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The toolkit has been developed drawing on the extensive practical and technical knowledge of FAO’s experts, and taking advantage of the Organization’s ability to collaborate with partners across a wide range of sectors.

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NGOs Warn of Gaza Health Emergency

Continued military operations are compounding a health care crisis in Gaza, with hospitals ill-prepared to meet the critical needs arising from a wide-scale emergency right now. The signatory organizations are calling for an immediate ceasefire, noting that all parties must respect international humanitarian law and abide by their obligations to protect civilians from harm.

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Sismo 7 de Julio 2014: Informe de Situación #2, 8 de Julio 2014

Este cubre el período de 7 de Julio al 8 de Julio.

Área de cobertura: Departamento de San Marcos.

I. RESUMEN

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Informe preliminar Sismo San Marcos N1. 12:00 horas 7 de Julio 2014.

Sismo de 7.1 Richter

5:23 horas Del día 7 de Julio de 2014.

Según informe preliminar del Instituto Nacional de Sismología, Vulcanología, meteorología e Hidrología, el día 7 de julio de 2014 se sintió un fuerte sismo de 7.1 grados en la escala de Richter, que sacudió el sur occidente de Guatemala.

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Data Officer

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Closing date: 30 Sep 2014 COOPI - Cooperazione Internazionale

COOPI – Cooperazione Internazionale is a relief and development organization founded in Italy in 1965. COOPI’s envisions a world without poverty where diverse cultures live together sharing equal rights and equal opportunities. COOPI’s mission is to reduce poverty in the global South through interventions of long-term sustainable international cooperation. COOPI also conducts advocacy activities in Italy, to fight the cause of the serious economic gap between the North and South.

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Livelihoods Officer

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Closing date: 30 Sep 2014 COOPI - Cooperazione Internazionale

COOPI – Cooperazione Internazionale is a relief and development organization founded in Italy in 1965. COOPI’s envisions a world without poverty where diverse cultures live together sharing equal rights and equal opportunities. COOPI’s mission is to reduce poverty in the global South through interventions of long-term sustainable international cooperation. COOPI also conducts advocacy activities in Italy, to fight the cause of the serious economic gap between the North and South.

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Monitoring and Evaluation officer

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Closing date: 01 Oct 2014 COOPI - Cooperazione Internazionale

COOPI – Cooperazione Internazionale is a relief and development organization founded in Italy in 1965. COOPI’s envisions a world without poverty where diverse cultures live together sharing equal rights and equal opportunities. COOPI’s mission is to reduce poverty in the global South through interventions of long-term sustainable international cooperation. COOPI also conducts advocacy activities in Italy, to fight the cause of the serious economic gap between the North and South.

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District Team leader

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Closing date: 30 Sep 2014 COOPI - Cooperazione Internazionale

COOPI – Cooperazione Internazionale is a relief and development organization founded in Italy in 1965. COOPI’s envisions a world without poverty where diverse cultures live together sharing equal rights and equal opportunities. COOPI’s mission is to reduce poverty in the global South through interventions of long-term sustainable international cooperation. COOPI also conducts advocacy activities in Italy, to fight the cause of the serious economic gap between the North and South.

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NIGERIA - Humanitarian experts recruitment for emergency response

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Closing date: 30 Sep 2014 COOPI - Cooperazione Internazionale

Nigeria is the country with the largest GDP of the whole African continent and it is currently living strong internal crisis due to several factors. In the coastal area, tensions are still ongoing, sometimes in a very violent way, and are related to environmental associations and to the kidnapping of several technicians who were working for oil extraction. In the south and in the centre of the country tensions are very strong too, and really violent, especially between farmers and breeders.