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."
Decisive fight for supremacy in Idlib may cause humanitarian catastrophe
Intensification in conflict could also lead to another refugee crisis
Tuesday’s chemical attack in Syria has highlighted the vulnerability of more than 1.5 million people in the Syrian province of Idlib, who could soon find themselves at the mercy of a vicious final battle in Syria’s all-consuming six-year war, according to GOAL.
Oxfam Ireland is entering formal discussions with GOAL on a potential merger that, if successful, will see the organisations coming together under the name Oxfam GOAL, to create a global development agency based in Ireland. The organisation’s work would cover humanitarian and development programmes, with evidence-based advocacy and campaigns.
1 December 2016
This report focuses on an evaluation of Income Generating Activities (IGA) that accompanied rental subsidy programs in Haiti between 2013 and 2016. The original objectives were:
Evaluate the impact of supplemental support on the economic situation of house-holds.
Evaluate different livelihoods approaches from a quality/cost/effectiveness point of view in order to improve program performance based on lessons learned and ac-countability.
A statement by over 100 Syrian, regional and international humanitarian and human rights organisations on Monday’s attack on a humanitarian convoy in Aleppo
Monday’s direct attack on a humanitarian convoy delivering life-saving aid to Aleppo marks a descent to new depths of inhumanity. As world leaders gather this week in New York, the world’s eyes are on them and history will judge their response to this criminal act.
GOAL is an international humanitarian organisation established in 1977 and currently working in 19 countries around the world. GOAL has been working in Syria since 2012, responding to the acute needs of conflict affected communities. GOAL works in Idlib Governate to deliver food, water, non-food items, cash and vouchers to the most vulnerable as well as shelter and housing support, hygiene and livelihoods programmes. In 2015 GOAL and its implementing partners provided support to over 1 million beneficiaries in Syria.
Founded in 1977, GOAL works to promote the realization of the fundamental rights of the poor, the vulnerable, and those affected by humanitarian crisis. GOAL currently works in 17 countries and programing spans emergency interventions though crisis recovery to development approaches. GOAL’s head office is in Dublin. GOAL is strongly committed not to harm the people under our care. Every staff member, in all countries and project, must agree to adhere to the child-protection policy and staff code of conduct.
Reporting to: Senior Operations Accountant
Candidates must be able to legally work in Ireland.
The primary function of this role is to support GOAL’s overseas field offices on all financial issues and take full responsibility for ensuring quality control of field financial management, internal reporting and donor reporting.
GOAL has a long presence in Sierra Leone with activities in Western Area, Kenema, Bo, Bonthe, Bombali, Port Loko and Kambia Districts. The GOAL Sierra Leone programme contributes to poverty and vulnerability reduction through the implementation of multi-sectorial, integrated programmes. The SL programs specifically focus on systems strengthening and community level behaviour change programming in maternal child health including nutrition and hygiene, sanitation and water as well as child protection and empowerment interventions.
GOAL has been working in Sudan since 1985. GOAL South Sudan operates programmes in Abyei Administrative Area, Maiwut and Ulang Counties (Upper Nile State). South Sudan’s interventions include an integrated approach to improved living standards for host, IDP and returnee populations through provision of curative primary health care, health promotion, health system strengthening, therapeutic nutrition and food security and livelihoods (FSL) interventions.