Objectives of the mission were as follows:
Conduct Assessment of:
• Extent and nature of damages in earthquake affected areas
• Urgent needs of affected populations
• District government procedures for delivery of relief
• Activities being implemented by local partner CHESS Nepal
1. General overview
Fairfield, Conn. (May 10, 2015) — A group of 17 aid agencies* working in Yemen today condemned the growing intensity of airstrikes in the north of Yemen on 8th and 9th of May 2015, as an estimated 70,000 people including 28,000 children flee from the northern Governorate of Sa'ada. In the last 24 hours the coalition has hit Yemen with 130 air strikes.
After more than a month of heavy fighting in Yemen, a group of 22 major aid agencies in Yemen have warned today their life-saving assistance risk coming to an abrupt end within a week unless land, sea and air routes are opened immediately for the importation of fuel.
In 2013, RI started providing informal education in Karak and is currently providing both remedial and informal education to students in Za’atari Camp. RI is also providing the same activities in Azraq camp.
RI recognized the importance of providing certified alternative educational opportunities in non-formal education programs e.g adult education and illiteracy elimination program, that target males and females above 15 years old .
Position: Grants and Contracts Manager – Interim
(Short-term .assignment ending October 30, 2015)
Location: Washington, DC
Reports to: VP of Operations
Position: Yemen Health Program Coordinator
Location: Amman, Jordan
Reports to: Yemen Team Leader/Country Director
Position:Health Program Coordinator - South Sudan
Location:South Sudan, Upper Nile State (With frequent travel to field locations and Juba country office)
Position: Operations Manager - Baghdad
Location: Baghdad and Erbil, Iraq
Duration: 12 months
Reports to: Country Director, Iraq