PIN started its operations in Nepal in 2015 following the earthquake. PIN Nepal has been working with marginalized and internally displaced persons in shelter, social inclusion and protection and other sectors for the past three years. PIN Nepal is using “Her Turn” methodology,PIN has since implemented projects focused on gender transformative programming and currently starts a five-year project under “Leave No Girl Behind” funded by the DFID Girl’s Education Challenge.
Location: Kyiv, Ukraine, with frequent visits to Eastern Ukraine
Starting date: Immediately/according to availability
Duration: 12 months with the possibility of extension (pending funding)
* The contract is administered by People in Need for legal purposes. This is not a PIN position.
Since December 2017, PIN has been providing assistance in Rohyinga refugee camps arriving to Bangladesh from Myanmar. Focusing on protection, coordination and shelter upgrades, PIN has trained a cohort of local volunteers who further support refugee households in upgrading their shelters in preparation for the monsoon season. To improve safety of vulnerable groups in the camps, PIN employs unique participatory approaches titled Her Safety and His Safety, which engage women and men to identify their security concerns and empower them to apply measures addressing these risks.