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Non-governmental Organization based in United States of America

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Jordan + 1 other
Parents Express their Gratitude for Relief International’s Accomplishments in their Kids’ Schools

In August 2014, Relief International (RI), in partnership with UNICEF, successfully completed the refurbishment of WASH facilities at 45 schools in Mafraq and Irbid governorates. The project aimed to improve sanitation conditions for students and to create a better learning environment.

The refurbishment included cleaning of sewer networks, cleaning of pipes connected to the toilets, washbasins, latrines, providing and installing plastic flushing system, providing and installing lighting units, etc.

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Victims of War in Relief International’s Education Program inside Za’atari Camp

“These kids are victims of war, and we as Relief International (RI) team believe that they have the same rights as any other students to be educated, continue schooling and pursue their dreams to have a better future” Sukainah and Hamzeh from RI said.

3 children with disabilities were referred by “Doctors Without Borders” to join the remedial education program as from August 24th, which RI is offering in partnership with UNICEF to Syrian refugee students between ages 6 and 18, since March 2013.

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Aid Agencies Condemn Attacks on Aid Workers

A group of nine major humanitarian aid organizations condemns the recent killings and attacks on South Sudanese aid workers in Maban County in the Upper Nile State of South Sudan. They call on all parties to the conflict to immediately stop the targeting of aid workers, to respect international humanitarian law and to allow humanitarian agencies access to reach those in need.

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Keeping the Water Flowing

Since Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines, communities on the island of Leyte have been hard at work rebuilding, partnering with Relief International to restore access to water and sanitation. Though situations have improved for many rebuilding communities, they are still affected by the effects of Haiyan and recovery efforts continue. One of those is the challenges is restoring damaged water and sanitation infrastructure.

JOBS

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Stakeholder Engagement Consultant

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Closing date: 28 Nov 2014 Relief International

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES

The population of Rakhine State already had the second highest levels of poverty in Myanmar prior to the outbreak of communal violence in June and October 2012. Over 120,000 people remain displaced in Rakhine State with many more isolated by a climate of fear that persists. The conflict left many individuals and families living in worse conditions than before and it compounded longer-term development concerns such as sustainable livelihoods and other employment opportunities.

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Civil Society Empowerment Program Manager - Iran

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Closing date: 27 Nov 2014 Relief International

Position: Civil Society Empowerment Program Manager

Reports to: Iran Country Director

Location: Tehran, Iran with frequent field visits for Madhad

Duration:18 months

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WASH Coordinator - Turkey

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Closing date: 25 Dec 2014 Relief International

Position Title: WASH Coordinator – Turkey

Location: Gaziantep, Turkey

Duration: Four months

Reports to: Country Director- Turkey

Position Summary:

The WASH Coordinator is responsible for overall program technical advising supervision, administration and oversight of RI’s Syria Response WASH projects based in Turkey.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DELIVERABLES:

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Emergency Response Program Director

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Closing date: 14 Jan 2015 Relief International

Position: Emergency Response Program Director

Location: Guinea

About RI:Relief International (RI), an international relief and development agency with cross-sectoral programs bridging relief and development, currently seeks an Emergency Program Director for RI’s programming in response to the Ebola crisis in Guinea.

Position Summary:

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Agronomist - Turkey

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Closing date: 30 Nov 2014 Relief International

Position Summary:

The Agricultural Engineer is responsible for overall technical supervision of a food security project in Deir Az Zour (DAZ). The project will support the production and marketing of wheat production for small holder farmers

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

Project Management:

  • Supervise project implementation
  • Ensure the monitoring do the projects indicators
  • Participate in activity reports development
  • Develop lessons learned documents

Staff management: