BALTIMORE, Jan. 17, 2019—Insufficient rainfall that led to failed harvests in 2017 and 2018, along with ongoing pockets of conflict and insecurity in West Africa, has caused spikes in the prices of staple cereals and left up to 2.5 million across the region without enough food to meet their daily needs.
International NGOs’ complementary work in public health, rural livelihoods and emergency relief expands global reach and impact
BALTIMORE, Jan 14, 2019—International humanitarian organizations Lutheran World Relief https://lwr.org/ and IMA World Health https://imaworldhealth.org/ today announced they are combining operations to dramatically increase their impact on breaking the cycle of poverty and promoting healthier families and communities throughout the world.
The 2019 Early Warning Forecast, a publication of Lutheran World Relief and IMA World Health
New Information and Highlights
Lutheran World Relief is working with our local partner to provide food and essential items such as mattresses, blankets and feminine care kits to 1,000 households in two villages in Palu.
We have committed $100,000 to support the response.
NEW INFORMATION AND HIGHLIGHTS
A 7.4 magnitude earthquake struck the Indonesian province of Central Sulawesi on September 28, 2018. The earthquake caused a deadly tsunami in coastal areas.
Communities are most in need of search and rescue operations, ready‐to‐eat food, basic medicines, psychosocial support, and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH).
Lutheran World Relief is responding with our local partner, YAKKUM Emergency Unit (YEU), and has committed $100,000 to support the effort.
The Deputy Regional Director for Quality & Growth (Q&G) is based in the Baltimore office and works under the direction of the Senior Regional Director for LAC and in close coordination with other senior staff of the International Program and Strategic Partnerships / New Business Development departments to help promote high quality and growth of LWR’s work in Agriculture, Climate Change and Emergency Response.
OBJETIVO: El Proyecto MOCCA es un proyecto financiado por el Departamento de Agricultura de EEUU (USDA) para desarrollar la cadena de cacao a lo largo de América Latina, implementado por Lutheran World Relief en Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, y Perú a través de una combinación de implementación directa en campo, subvenciones y subcontratos para obras específicas.
Director Adjunto de Producción y Mercadeo de Cacao
Guatemala, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Honduras, Perú o Ecuador
TIPO DE EMPLEO
Departamento de Programas Internacionales (DPI)
6 Gerentes de Cacao de País
1 Gerente de Donaciones y Modelos de Gestión
Hasta un 50% del tiempo