In late 2016, UNFPA, in collaboration with partner organizations the Myanmar Medical Association (MMA), Marie Stopes International and Association François-Xavier Bagnoud initiated the project, “Immediate and Rapid Response to Gender-Based Violence through provision of mobile case management and psychosocial support to reach most affected areas” to raise awareness among local communities about gender-based violence (GBV).
KACHIN STATE, Myanmar – Since the armed conflict in northern Myanmar’s Kachin State intensified in December, nearly 7,000 people have fled the area, often amid shelling and airstrikes. Among the people on the run are 260 pregnant women. Many of them are sleeping on the roadside, unable to find shelter. Their needs are acute.
The area is highly militarized, and ongoing fighting and unsafe routes restrict access to the people in need.
Since the armed conflict in northern Myanmar’s Kachin State intensified in December, an estimated 6,500 people have fled the area amid shelling and airstrikes. Among the people on the run are 260 pregnant women. Many of them are sleeping on the roadside, unable to find shelter. Their needs are acute.
CHAMA DISTRICT, Eastern Province, Zambia – Kingsley
Musama is the only midwife working at Chikwa Rural Health Center, which serves a remote area with a population catchment of 11,880.
Baghdad, Iraq, 9 February 2017 – In crisis situations, needs for shelter, food and security are rightly given urgent attention. Yet, specific needs of women and girls are often overlooked. According to estimates, 550,000 to 885,000 people are living in retaken neighbourhoods of eastern Mosul city, of whom 138,000 to 220,000 are women and girls with heightened health and protection needs. UNFPA is working to meet these needs in collaboration with national and international partners and in coordination with government authorities.
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Major duties and responsibilities
Working in the Humanitarian & Fragile Contexts Branch within the Programme Division, under the supervision of the Programme Officer/information management, the intern will provide support to the collection, analysis, and communication of humanitarian results.
The HR/Admin Associate is located in Zimbabwe Country Office (CO) and is under the overall guidance and direct supervision of the Operations Manager (OM) and as a member of the CO management team, the HR/Admin Associate provides quality services in areas of human resources, procurement and general administration in compliance with relevant rules, guidelines, processes and procedures. He/she takes a client-oriented, results-focused approach to interpreting the rules, procedures and guidelines and provides support and guidance to the CO.
A. General Information
POST TITLE: Human Resources Internship
SECTOR: Human Resources Management
DUTY STATION: Regional Office for Eastern Europe and Central Asia- Istanbul
DURATION: 6 months (Full time) – starting in March 2017
This intern reports to the HR Strategic Partner in EECARO (Eastern Europe and Central Asia Region) and has a strong collaboration with the EECARO International Operations Manager.