Mission Statement: "To work towards ensuring that the poorest and most vulnerable in our world and those affected by humanitarian crises have access to the fundamental rights of life, including but not limited to adequate shelter, food, water and sanitation, healthcare and education"
Our Vision: "We envision a world where poverty and hunger no longer exist; where communities are prepared for seasonal shocks; where structural and cultural barriers to growth are removed; and where every man, woman and child has equal rights and access to resources and opportunities."
Date of Assessment: 12th to 16th May 2016
Objective: To assess current situation, to establish possibility of return to Ulang, present the current position of all humanitarian actors in greater Ulang county and possibility of returning the looted items from the humanitarian compounds.
Places visited: Ulang, Yomding, Kuich, Ruplet and Nyangora, in UNS
March 9, Freetown, Sierra Leone: In a collaborative effort between the Government of Sierra Leone and its development partners to improve the access to and availability of high-quality health services in the country, the Ministry of Health and Sanitation (MOHS), JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc.
More than 120 humanitarian organizations and United Nations agencies issued a joint appeal today urging the world to raise their voices and call for an end to the Syria crisis and to the suffering endured by millions of civilians. The appeal also outlines a series of immediate, practical steps that can improve humanitarian access and the delivery of aid to those in need inside Syria.
Job Location: Juba, Roving as required
General Description of the Program
JOB TITLE: Emergency Nutrition Advisor
LOCATION: Dublin or London with frequent travel overseas
REPORTS TO: Global Nutrition Advisor
Duration: 1 year / start date September 2016
Summary of Role:
GOAL Syria is seeking a rigorous external end-of-project evaluation for its DFID-funded multi-sector response. The evaluation will be organised along OECD evaluation criteria and will assess the extent to which GOAL met its project objectives while providing lessons learned and best practices to inform future programming.
The Shelter Programme Manager (PM) is responsible for the management of GOAL’s Shelter programme in Idlib Governorate. The PM will be primarily responsible for the day to day implementation of the programme, and for ensuring that it effectively and efficiently achieves its objectives in accordance with GOAL’s guidelines and principles. Along with the NFI and Shelter Coordinator, the Shelter PM will be primarily responsible for ensuring field-level input into proposal development, and for developing programme strategy.
GOAL is an emergency and development NGO established in 1977, currently operational in 18 countries world-wide. GOAL has an annual budget of in excess of €70m and is supported by a range of donors including: Irish Government, UK Government, USAID/OFDA and European Union.