Mongu (January 24th, 2018) - People in Need (PIN), an NGO which, apart from its activities in the Czech Republic, provides humanitarian and development aid in 22 countries all over the world, has newly opened a permanent country programme in Zambia. The goal is to contribute to reducing malnutrition and increasing resilience of the inhabitants of the Western Province. Zambia is one of the world´s poorest countries, with one of the biggest gaps between the poor and the rich. The most vulnerable are the people living in remote rural areas, particularly women and children.
The Government of Iraq’s Joint Coordination and Monitoring Centre (JCMC), in partnership with the international community, is establishing Community Resource Centres (CRCs) to provide services at the community level in areas receiving large numbers of returning internally displaced persons (IDPs).
Rangún, Burma and Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh – 5/4/2018
The survey of 20 market centers along the contact line in Luhansk and Northern Donetsk oblast GCA provides a comprehensive picture of the markets in the area. Below are the main finding of the market monitoring survey, for summer season 2017:
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Location: DRC, Bukavu, with frequent travels to the field (S Kivu, Maniema provinces)
Starting date: ASAP
Duration:** 12 months with possibility of extension
PIN draws on extensive past experiences and lessons learned across many emergency and post emergency contexts to design, implement and monitor quality programming; and has been active in Iraq since 2003, most recently across Education, Shelter/ NFI, WASH and Cash assistance. PIN currently has over 100 employees and offices in 4 offices across Iraq. Main role of Country Director is to ensure overall management of PIN’s operation in the country, its further strategic development; representation towards donors, partners and authorities.
Location: Baghdad (40%), Anbar and (potentially) Salahadin governorates (50%), Erbil (10%)
Starting date: ASAP
Duration: 12 months (with possibility extension depending on funding)
Suitable candidates: Both Iraqi nationals and internationals are encouraged to apply
Position: Program Manager
Based in: Kathmandu 50%, Province 2 50%
Duration: 2 years, with possible extension up to 5 years.
Reports to: Country Director (based in Kathmandu)
Starting date: October 2018