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  • Offre d’emploi

    Communication and Reporting Officer

    Background

    The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) has been providing relief and development services in the Horn of Africa since 1997. Using a human rights framework, DRC’s Horn and Africa and Yemen (HOAY) operation focuses mainly on Somalis who are affected by displacement, but also oversees programmes for internally displaced persons in Kenya, Yemen and Ethiopia. The Somalia programme currently has more than 250 staff working in eight main field offices, which include Hargeisa, Bossaso, Galkacyo, Garowe, Mogadishu, Dollow, Baidoa and Beletweyne. DRC Somalia implements broad emergency and recovery programming including protection, livelihoods and food security, shelter/NFIs, water and sanitation and governance.

    Purpose

    The Communication and Reporting Officer is fully responsible to ensure that all information and data from the field is captured, documented, analyzed and reported in a results-based and timely manner for donors and internal purposes for DRC Somalia. The Communication and Reporting Officer is responsible to develop communication materials on DRC activities in Somalia for external audience.

    He/she assists the Country Director and the Programme Development unit in developing a country communications strategy, both internal and external. S/he is in charge of maintaining an in-depth insight on donors and other stakeholders’ strategies, activities and opportunities in-country, in line with DRC’s overall programme strategy

    Key Responsibilities:

    Reporting

    • With input from the Area Managers, the Grants Manager and the ME&L Manager, help produce high quality program progress reports as per donor and DRC requirements.
    • Provide high quality editing and formatting for all program related documents.
    • Provide through progress reporting, a continuous analysis of the achievements, facilitate project reviews, evaluation and audits.
    • Develop donors reporting timelines and requirements template; ensure it is updated at all times.
    • Collecting and collating information from field teams, supporting teams and management in documenting ongoing activities in each project/thematic area.
    • Drafting and editing reports and communications materials to be submitted to donors and the head office in Copenhagen.
    • Ensuring that internal and external reporting deadlines are respected.
    • Cross check data with other program staff to ensure that reporting generated accurately reflects program activities.
    • Maintain updated project-wise fact sheets and project success stories.
    • Support program staff in organizing and managing seminars, workshops, and donor field visits as required.
    • Other duties as needed.


    Communication

    • Ensure effective communications, visibility and knowledge management within DRC Somalia and to external publics.
    • Develop, implement and monitor a communication and visibility plan to facilitate better understanding among partners and government about DRC as an organization and program progress
    • Ensure visibility as per donor and DRC requirements in all project sites
    • Undertake field visits to gather the information and results related to the program.
    • Capture (through written, audio and visual methods) all key programmatic issues, events and developments of DRC work in Somalia.
    • Develop a robust and interactive social media campaign profiling DRC’s work and its engagement with all key donors.
    • Ensure that DRC’s branding strategy is in place and all key staff involved in generating communication items are well versed with the strategy and complying with its requirements.
    • Develop visibility material such as DRC leaflets, success stories, photographs, video clips and share stories with DRC Somalia for special events.
    • Prepare press briefings and releases as needed, in close consultation with the Country Director and the Program Development and Quality Manager.
    • Develop communication standards and ensure adherence to the same in all external communications
    • Play a key role in coaching and mentoring of Country Office program staff in communications.
    • Prepare periodic reports and summaries for the management on country media activities.
    • Ensure that communication documents/materials are archived appropriately in an easily retrievable electronic based filing system, including the DRC web-site where appropriate.

    Reporting Arrangements

    The Communication and Reporting Officer will report to the Program Development and Quality Manager. The successful candidate will work closely with the Grants Manager, the Country Director and the Deputy Country Director. S/he will provide technical supervision in communication and reporting to the Somalia country programme team and the monitoring and evaluation staff.

    Person specification:

    Essential:

    • Master’s degree in Mass communications, journalism, social sciences or related areas.
    • Five years relevant working experience.
    • Knowledge of relevant thematic areas (protection/human rights, shelter, wash, food security and livelihoods, durable solutions, migration, advocacy, among others).
    • S/he should have an extensive experience in communication and diffusion strategies and techniques, reporting, documentation, publication, and audio-visual material preparation in relation to relief, recovery and development fields.
    • S/he should possess excellent writing, editing, and speaking skills in English.
    • S/he should be well versed in the latest electronic publishing and graphics methods.
    • Priority will be given to candidates who demonstrate a high level of motivation and good communication, social, and interpersonal skills
    • S/he must be well versed in desktop publishing, MS Word, Excel, Access, the latest presentation packages including PowerPoint.
    • Communication skills: excellent written and articulate oral communication skills, particularly in English.
    • You have demonstrated ability or experience in finding new creative media angles and new platforms to present communications work.
    • Experience in developing and using a variety of social media platforms
    • Significant relevant field experience is an added advantage, especially in Somalia or similar contexts.

     Preferable:

    • Ability to work independently and as a team player with demonstrated leadership and participatory manner.
    • Resourcefulness, initiative, maturity and the ability to work with minimum direction.
    • Work style: well planned and organized and has a capacity for initiative and decision making with competent analytical and problem solving skills.
    • Resilience/adaptability and flexibility: ability to operate effectively under strict deadlines.
    • Ability to work and handle insecure environments.
    • Natural networker with substantial experience of building relationships.
    • Familiarity with requirements of key humanitarian donors and capacity to work in a multi-donor environment, including DANIDA, EU/ECHO, OFDA, FFP, DFID, SIDA, CHF, UNHCR among others.
    • Ability to work rapidly with staff in the field directly and remotely in writing, and where necessary, revising concepts, proposals and reports.

    General commitments

    DRC has a Humanitarian Accountability Framework, outlining its global accountability committments. All staff are required to contribute to the achievement of this framework into the work of DRC

    DRC is commmitted to integrate age, gender and diversity concerns at all levels of project/programme analysis and planning; strategy development; implementation; monitoring and evaluation; and policy and advocacy work.

    Conditions

    Availability:    1st December, 2014
    Duty station:   Bossaso, Puntland – Somalia with frequent travel to the other offices
    Contract:        1 year renewable contract dependent on both funding and performance

    Salary and conditions in accordance with the Danish Refugee Council’s Terms of Employment for Global Expatriates (available at www.drc.dk under Vacancies). This position is rated as A13 on the DRC salary scale available at www.drc.dk or the DRC national staff salary scale, as applicable. 

    Application and CV

    Interested candidates who meet the required qualifications and experience are invited to submit updatedCV and cover letter explaining their motivation and why they are suited for the post. Only motivated applications that address the stipulated duties and meet the required qualifications will be considered.

    CV-only applications will not be considered.

    We only accept applications sent via our online-application form on www.drc.dk under Vacancies. 

    Please forward the application and CV, in English through the online application on www.drc.dk under vacancies no later than 1 October, 2014.

    If you have questions or are facing problems with the online application process, please contactjob@drc.dk

    For general information about the Danish Refugee Council, please consult www.drc.dk.

    About DRC
    The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) is a private, independent, humanitarian organization working on all aspects of the refugee cause in more than twenty five countries throughout the world. The aim of DRC is to protect refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) against persecution and to promote durable solutions to the problems of forced migration, on the basis of humanitarian principles and human rights. DRC works in accordance with the UN Conventions on Refugees and the Code of Conduct for the ICRC and NGOs in Disaster Relief.

    The protection and assistance to conflict affected population is provided within a long-term, regional and rights-based approach in order to constitute a coherent and effective response to the challenges posed by today’s conflicts. Assistance consists of relief and other humanitarian aid, rehabilitation, support to return and repatriation as well as promotion of long-term solutions to displacement and its causes. In addition, support and capacity building of local and national authorities and NGOs form an integral part of DRC’s work.

  • Offre d’emploi

    Study on human trafficking in Somaliland

    Background and context

    Human trafficking is a serious crime and a grave violation of human rights. It involves the recruitment, transport and receipt of adults or children for the purpose of their exploitation.

    Anecdotal evidence as well ad hoc reports and information from various sources show that the phenomenon of human trafficking in Somaliland is an issue of concern. The reports indicate that different groups of people are vulnerable including women and children who often fall prey to human traffickers making false promises regarding employment and education opportunities abroad in countries such as Egypt, Ethiopia, Djibouti, Yemen, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Saudi Arabia among others. Often, the consequences are grave and detrimental including serious physical abuse, physical exhaustion, slavery, starvation and death. While these are general trends, little is known or documented regarding the phenomenon in Somaliland.

    This study has been developed in recognition of this fact and aims at understanding the specific causes, trends and patterns of human trafficking in Somaliland. The results of the study will be used to inform policies on human trafficking and the design of effective prevention, protection and response activities.

    Purpose

    DRC seeks a consultant to carry out an exploratory study on human trafficking in Somaliland. The study is funded under EU grant.

    The overall objective of the study is to explore and document the specific causes, trends and patterns of human trafficking in Somaliland.

    Specifically, the study aims at:

    • Contributing to better understanding of the situation of human trafficking in Somaliland, how it is done, why it is done and the consequences among survivors and the community.
    • Create awareness of human trafficking in Somaliland and inform future policies and actions on prevention protection and response.

    Key Responsibilities

    Scope of consultancy

    The exploratory study will involve the design of a comprehensive framework to analyze human trafficking in Somaliland; study causes, trends and patterns and the general impact on survivors and communities.

    It will be conducted in close collaboration with the line government agencies, civil society, UN agencies, community members and other relevant agencies in the region. The study will focus on Somalis including IDPs and other nationalities who reside in Somaliland.

    Below are some are some issues of concerns to be explored by this study.

    • Is there human trafficking in Somaliland? If so, how is done? What are the means? Why is it done?
    • What are the macro and micro-level push and pull factors for human trafficking in Somaliland?
    • What data exist? Are there specific case studies worth mentioning?
    • What are the trends, common travel routes and destinations of human trafficking?
    • Which groups are particularly vulnerable to human trafficking?
    • What is the profile of human traffickers in Somaliland?
    • Are there distinct trends on internal trafficking in Somaliland?
    • To what extent is kidnapping part of human trafficking in Somaliland? 
    • What is the distinction between smuggling and human trafficking in Somaliland?
    • What is the legal framework on human trafficking in Somaliland? What strategies exist to combat human trafficking? What capacity gaps exist?
    • What are the opportunities for building consensus around priorities and actions aimed at countering human trafficking?

    Key tasks/activities

    • Develop an Inception report detailing among other things; the process, methodologies and techniques to be employed to achieve the objective of this consultancy as well time bound work plan.
    • Meet DRC staff and selected stakeholders, discuss and refine methodologies and prepare a final study plan (including planning for field work and data analysis)
    • Conduct field study in accordance with agreed plan of action
    • Process and analyze data, interpret results, and draft a report.
    • Facilitate stakeholders’ validation workshop in Hargeisa and present the draft report alongside findings and recommendations. The workshop will be used as an opportunity to create awareness on the phenomenon of human trafficking in Somaliland.
    • Prepare final report incorporating inputs from relevant stakeholders.
    • Present final study report (and appendices) at a dissemination workshop for relevant stakeholders including government agencies, UN agencies and civil society (location to be confirmed)

    Methodology

    The methodology will include but not limited to:

    • Review of existing information on Human trafficking
    • A triangulation of quantitative and qualitative methods including observations, interviews with survivors of trafficking, NGOs, government institutions, community members and service providers such as health services.
    • The Consultant is expected to develop methodology, research tools and activity schedule and submit to DRC for review as an integral part of the proposal for this consultancy.

    Key deliverables

    1. Inception report outlining objectives, process, methodology and data collection techniques, limitations, sampling, report outline and a plan of action with timeline.
    2. Validation workshop for the draft report with key stakeholders in Hargeisa,
    3. Dissemination workshop presenting the findings to relevant government agencies, UN agencies and civil society (location to be confirmed).
    4. Final report. The format of the report shall have the following:
    • Executive Summary with summary of key issues and recommendations
    • Background Information inclusive of review of existing literature, legal framework and context
    • Approaches and Methodology
    • Findings: analysis of new data collected based on outlined objectives
    • Conclusion and recommendations on future policies and programming on human trafficking
    • Appendices: To include a separate executive summary/ advocacy paper and summarized power point presentation. Tools used in the study to be appended in the report.

    The consultant is expected to submit Four (4) hard-cover-bound copies of the report and soft copy in .pdf and word version. The consultant will also be required to submit to DRC all study materials and any other non-consumable documents/items that will be used in the course of the planned consultancy.

    DRC’S responsibilities

    DRC will provide the following:

    • Transport of the consultant to and from Hargeisa (return flight from Nairobi, where applicable);
    • International Travel Insurance
    • All available documents and contacts as requested by the consultant;
    • Accommodation, excluding meals, for consultant while in the field.
    • Consultancy fees at a mutually agreed rate. 

    Reporting arrangements

    The consultant shall work under the direct supervision of DRC Somaliland’s Advocacy and Protection Coordinator with technical oversight by the Protection Manager, Somalia Program.  DRC program staff in the field will provide support as needed.

    5. Duration of assignment

    It is anticipated that the exercise will take not more than 30 working days starting from the date both parts sign the contract, preferably in September 2014.

    Qualifications

    • Advanced university degree in Social Sciences, law a related field. 
    • Demonstrated expertise and experience in participatory qualitative and quantitative research methods.
    • Familiar with current and past socio-economic-political and cultural dynamics of Somaliland/ Somalia and human trafficking in general.
    • Previous experience of carrying studies on human trafficking and presenting ideas using simple and understandable statements.
    • Excellent written and communication skills in English
    • Proactive and resourceful

    Terms and conditions

    The assignment will be field based, in Hargeisa Somaliland. The consultant will be accommodated at DRC Guest House in Hargeisa and is expected to follow DRC polices and security procedures while at engaged by DRC.

    Evaluation and Award of consultancy

    DRC will evaluate all proposals submitted and award the assignment based on technical and financial feasibility.  DRC reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal received without giving reasons and is not bound to accept the lowest or the highest bidder. Only those shortlisted will be contacted.

    Further information

    You are welcome to contact the Protection Manager, Mr. Eliab Mulili on email:protection.somalia@drcsomalia.org for further information on the programme. Please note that applications are not to be sent to Mr Mulili; we only receive applications online.

    General

    Commitments: DRC has a Humanitarian Accountability Framework, outlining its global accountability commitments. All staff are required to contribute to the achievement of this framework.

    Application process

    Interested applicants who meet the required profile are invited to submit an expression of interest including:

    • A suitability statement including CV of participating consultants with details of qualifications and experience.
    • Technical proposal that summarizes understanding of the TOR, methodology and tools to be used.
    • Work-plan clearly indicating the activity schedule.
    • Financial proposal providing cost estimates and consultancy fees.
    • Contacts of three organizations that have recently contracted you to carry out similar assignment.

    Interested parties should forward the expression of interest, in English on our website www.drc.dkunder vacancies no later than 24 September, 2014.

    If you have questions or are facing problems with the online application process, please contactjob@drc.dk   

    About DRC
    The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) is a private, independent, humanitarian organization working on all aspects of the refugee cause in more than twenty five countries throughout the world. The aim of DRC is to protect refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) against persecution and to promote durable solutions to the problems of forced migration, on the basis of humanitarian principles and human rights. DRC works in accordance with the UN Conventions on Refugees and the Code of Conduct for the ICRC and NGOs in Disaster Relief.
    The protection and assistance to conflict affected population is provided within a long-term, regional and rights-based approach in order to constitute a coherent and effective response to the challenges posed by today’s conflicts. Assistance consists of relief and other humanitarian aid, rehabilitation, support to return and repatriation as well as promotion of long-term solutions to displacement and its causes. In addition, support and capacity building of local and national authorities and NGOs form an integral part of DRC’s work.

  • Offre d’emploi

    VST capacity building and curriculum development

    Background and contextDanish Refugee Council (DRC) is an independent, non-governmental organization (NGO), founded on the basis of humanitarian and human-rights principles to ensure the protection of refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs), and to promote long-term solutions to the problems of forced displacement. DRC has been working in Somalia since 1997 and implements protection, livelihoods and emergency response programs throughout the country.Within its broad project portfolio, DRC is working to facilitate the attainment of durable solutions for protracted IDPs, returnees and host communities in Somalia. As part of this strategy, DRC is implementing two projects in Mogadishu that include the provision of Vocational Service Training (VST).

    The beneficiaries of training programmes will be generally constituted by young women and men (16-30) who intend to upgrade their skills in order to access better employment opportunities in Mogadishu, or to start/upgrade their own business activities. Beneficiaries will receive apprenticeship support, job placement services and start-up grants.

    Six-month training programmes will be provided through up to four local partner institutions, based on the skills demanded by the local labour market and on the specific needs of the target groups.

    Local labour market demands have been analysed by DRC with a separate study conducted in Mogadishu in 2012. Findings revealed that support is needed in the post-training phase in order to enhance the rate of employment of new graduates.

    In addition, since only a limited number of trainers and training institutes are able to offer quality services, the study stressed the importance to build the technical and managerial capacity of local service providers according to international standards and best practices. This can be achieved by upgrading teaching material, curricula and methodologies, building linkages with local employers and improving managerial skills.

    Purpose

    DRC is seeking an external consultant to develop the curricula, teaching material and methodologies and management practices of VST institutions engaged by DRC in Mogadishu within the framework outlined above. The consultancy will build and improve on existing material, tools and practices already produced by DRC and other international NGOs and UN agencies working on VST in South-Central Somalia.

    Key responsibilities

    Scope of consultancy

    The consultancy will be conducted in project implementation areas (Mogadishu); and will target project beneficiaries and service providers.

    Key tasks/activities

    Working in close collaboration with DRC, building on the aforementioned DRC labour market study and consistently with the Somali Government curriculum, the consultant will:

    • Review existing training tools and materials on vocational skills and entrepreneurship developed by DRC, INGOs, UN agencies and governments in the Horn of Africa region, gathering useful lessons, best practices and possible adaptations to the Mogadishu context.
    • Assess the training curricula, methodologies and tools of VST service providers selected by DRC in the context of the projects outlined above, based on the DRC labour market study and on other related research material. The assessment can be extended to other service providers in Mogadishu that are not directly part of the programme.
    • Prepare a curriculum development and capacity building plan for each selected institutions keeping into account the needs of the target groups, through a participatory process and in collaboration with DRC.
    • Deliver training and capacity-building modules to selected institutions, upgrade their training curricula and methodologies and strengthen their links with local employers.
    • Debrief DRC staff on the outcome of the capacity building and curriculum development programme and provide recommendations.

    Methodology

    The consultant will propose the best modalities to carry out the assignment, to be discussed and agreed upon with DRC. In doing so, the consultant is expected to:

    • Mainstream protection considerations concerning IDPs and returnees in Mogadishu into the VST capacity building and curriculum development strategy.
    • Ensure the relevance of curriculum development activities in line with local labour market demands, taking into account the main opportunities for employment and self-employment in Mogadishu.
    • Adopt a participatory approach with all involved stakeholders and timely update DRC staff on progresses and challenges.

    Key deliverables/outputs

    • Prepare a library of relevant documents and material with DRC; prepare a short presentation on VST best practices. Estimated time: one week.
    • Prepare a report detailing the gaps and challenges faced by VST institutions, and outline a curriculum development and capacity building strategy. Estimated time: one week.
    • One capacity building plan for each VST institution (up to four), detailing the schedule and content of capacity-building training sessions for VST trainers and support/managerial staff. Estimated time: one week.
    • Compile brief schematic reports at the end of each training session (to be determined after discussions with DRC);
    • Finalize a curriculum for beneficiaries in the target group. Estimated time: 4 weeks
    • Final report including recommendations and scale-up strategy and presentation to DRC staff. Estimated time: one week.

    DRC’s responsibilities

    The consultant will be supported by DRC staff throughout the assignment period, and will be able to delegate specific tasks to up to 3 VST assistants hired by DRC in consultation with the Durable Solutions Coordinator.

    In Mogadishu, DRC will provide accommodation, transport, travel insurance and security arrangements.

    Reporting arrangements

    The technical focal person for this consultancy is the Durable Solutions Coordinator, to whom all technical issues must be reported timely. For logistical and security issues while in Mogadishu, the consultant will refer to DRC Mogadishu Area Manager.

    Duration of assignment

    The overall duration of the assignment is 8 weeks.

    Expected profile of consultant

    Applicants are expected to be in possession of the following requirements:

    • University degree in Education, Business Administration, Economics, Social Sciences or related fields;
    • At least five years of experience in designing, implementing and assessing VST-related livelihoods, reintegration and development programmes at field locations;
    • Experience in technical advisory roles on VST and education;
    • Experience in curriculum development and implementation;
    • Experience in conducting field assessments and producing reports, manuals, guidelines and other research outputs;
    • Work experience in urban post-conflict contexts; previous experience in South-Central Somalia would be a very valuable;
    • Excellent knowledge of spoken and written English; fluency in Somali would be very valuable;
    • Previous experience in HR development, job placement or capacity building functions in the private or non-profit sector is a plus.

    Terms and conditions

    The consultant is expected to be based in Mogadishu for 6 weeks if the security situation allows. The consultant will be bound by and must adhere to DRC security procedures while in Mogadishu.

    General

    Commitments: DRC has a Humanitarian Accountability Framework, outlining its global accountability committments. All staff are required to contribute to the achievement of this framework

    Further information

    You are welcome to contact Durable Solutions Coordinator on email:durablesolution.coord@drcsomalia.org further information on the programme. Please note that applications are not to be sent to Mr Morello; we only receive applications via our online-application form at www.drc.dk under Vacancies.

    Application process

    Interested applicants who meet the required profile are invited to submit an expression of interest including:

    • A suitability statement including CV of participating consultants with details of qualifications and experience.
    • Technical proposal that summarizes understanding of the TOR, methodology and tools to be used.
    • Work-plan clearly indicating the activity schedule.
    • Financial proposal providing cost estimates and consultancy fees.
    • Contacts of three organisations that have recently contracted you to carry out similar assignment.

    Interested parties should forward the expression of interest, in English on this link www.drc.dk under vacancies no later than 22 September, 2014.

    If you have questions or are facing problems with the online application process, please contact job@drc.dk

    About DRC
    The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) is a private, independent, humanitarian organization working on all aspects of the refugee cause in more than twenty five countries throughout the world. The aim of DRC is to protect refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) against persecution and to promote durable solutions to the problems of forced migration, on the basis of humanitarian principles and human rights. DRC works in accordance with the UN Conventions on Refugees and the Code of Conduct for the ICRC and NGOs in Disaster Relief.
    The protection and assistance to conflict affected population is provided within a long-term, regional and rights-based approach in order to constitute a coherent and effective response to the challenges posed by today’s conflicts. Assistance consists of relief and other humanitarian aid, rehabilitation, support to return and repatriation as well as promotion of long-term solutions to displacement and its causes. In addition, support and capacity building of local and national authorities and NGOs form an integral part of DRC’s work.

  • Offre d’emploi

    Finance Intern – East & Horn of Africa

    I. Background on ACTED

     

    ACTED is a French humanitarian NGO, founded in 1993, which supports vulnerable populations, affected by humanitarian crises worldwide. ACTED provides continued support to vulnerable communities by ensuring the sustainability of post-crisis interventions and engaging long-term challenges facing our target populations, in order to break the poverty cycle, foster development and reduce vulnerability to disasters. Our interventions seek to cover the multiple aspects of humanitarian and development crises through a multidisciplinary approach which is both global and local, and adapted to each context. Our 3,300 staff is committed in to responding to emergencies worldwide, to supporting recovery and rehabilitation, towards sustainable development.

     

    Our teams in the field implement some 340 projects in 34 countries covering the following sectors emergency relief, food security, access to health, education and training, economic development, microfinance, advocacy, institutional support, and regional dialogue, cultural promotion.

     

    Based on considerable experience addressing the needs and situations of vulnerable communities, ACTED contributes to the international agenda towards reaching the Millennium Development Goals, through a wide range of partnerships, innovative initiatives, and campaigns.

     

     

    II. Country Profile

     

     

    Many positions are opened in the following countries:

     

    –       Uganda

    –       Sudan

    –       South Sudan

    –       Kenya & Somalia

     

    To get more information about our programs in the field, check our website:

     

    http://www.acted.org/en/pays

     

     

    III. Position Profile

     

     

    The finance intern works under the supervision of the Finance Officer and/or Country Finance Manager

     

    His/Her responsibilities will be as followed:
    • Control that operations respect existing financial procedures and manage accounting files for the Country Office;

    • Analyze financial data and create management indicators ;

    • Support Country Coordination through analysis of project running costs, follow-up on resource allocation, and finance training

     

     

    IV. Qualifications

     

    • Msc in Administration, Business Management or equivalent.
    • Finance and accounting skills required
    • Willingness to undertake serious responsibility and manage stress efficiently
    • Excellent communication skills, including advanced written and oral English

     

     

    V. Conditions:

     

    Field Intern benefits include: a 300 USD per month living allowance, coverage of all accommodation, food, and travel costs, a luggage allowance of 50 kg., and the provision of medical, repatriation, and life insurance.

  • Solidarités International

    Solidarités International

    Créée en 1980, Solidarités International est une organisation non gouvernementale  engagée sur le terrain des conflits et des catastrophes naturelles. L’association a pour mission de répondre aux besoins vitaux – boire, manger, s’abriter – des populations confrontées à une crise humanitaire mais aussi d’accompagner le retour des rescapés vers l’autonomie et le développement.
    Solidarités International est particulièrement active auprès des populations les plus vulnérables à l’eau insalubre.
    Son action s’organise autour de trois domaines d’expertise :
    – L’action d’urgence.
    – L’accès à l’eau potable, à l’hygiène et à l’assainissement.
    – La sécurité alimentaire et les moyens de subsistance.

    L’association s’appuie sur 160 volontaires expatriés et 2180 employés et cadres locaux (chiffres 2012). Chaque année, elle mène plus de 120 programmes humanitaires dans 18 pays.

  • Secours Islamique France

    Secours Islamique France

    Fondé en 1991, le Secours Islamique France (SIF) est une organisation non gouvernementale de solidarité internationale à vocation sociale et humanitaire.
    Le SIF soutient les populations défavorisées en France et à travers le monde par la mobilisation de secours d’urgence, de post urgence et la mise en place d’actions de développement.
    Depuis plus de 20 ans, le SIF se consacre à atténuer les souffrances des plus démunis dans le respect des diversités culturelles, sans aucune distinction d’origine, de religion ou de genre.

  • Oxfam France

    Oxfam France

    Oxfam France est membre de la confédération internationale Oxfam, une organisation internationale de développement qui mobilise le pouvoir citoyen contre la pauvreté.

    Une personne sur trois dans le monde vit dans la pauvreté. Oxfam est déterminée à changer cette situation en mobilisant le pouvoir citoyen contre la pauvreté.

    À travers le monde, Oxfam s’emploie à trouver des solutions concrètes et innovantes pour que chacune et chacun puisse sortir de la pauvreté et se réaliser pleinement. En cas de crise, nous sauvons des vies et aidons les personnes touchées à retrouver leurs moyens de subsistance. Nous militons en outre pour que la voix des populations pauvres pèse dans les décisions locales et internationales qui les concernent.

    Dans toutes ses actions, Oxfam travaille avec des organisations partenaires et auprès de femmes et d’hommes vulnérables pour mettre fin aux injustices qui engendrent la pauvreté.

    Une approche globale et intégrée dans le monde entier

    Campagnes de mobilisation citoyenne, actions de pression sur les décideurs, aide humanitaire d’urgence, programmes de développement, Oxfam travaille à différents niveaux avec les personnes vivant dans la pauvreté et luttant pour le respect de leurs droits. Oxfam privilégie les partenariats avec les associations et les communautés locales pour donner la parole aux personnes les plus pauvres. En agissant ici et là-bas, au Nord comme au Sud, au sein d’un mouvement citoyen mondial, Oxfam France est force d’influence et moteur de vrais changements.

    Nos convictions

    • On peut changer durablement les choses en s’attaquant aux causes structurelles de la pauvreté et des injustices qui y sont liées ;

    • C’est la somme des engagements individuels au sein d’un mouvement citoyen mondial qui est force d’influence et moteur de vrais changements.

     Nos modes d’action

    Recherche et Plaidoyer visant à influer en amont sur les politiques et les règlementations internationales.

    Information et sensibilisation de l’opinion publique via des campagnes de mobilisation citoyenne.

    Partenariats et projets terrain : nous travaillons en étroite collaboration avec des organisations partenaires en France et dans les pays du Sud et soutenons des projets de long terme sur le terrain.

    Humanitaire : lors de situations de crise ou d’urgence humanitaire, Oxfam France soutient l’action immédiate des affiliés Oxfam présents dans la région et nos partenaires sur place, en mobilisant des fonds en faveur des populations affectées.

    Nos missions

    Pour réduire les inégalités dans le monde, Oxfam France agit en parallèle sur plusieurs thématiques pour la défense des droits humains fondamentaux :

    • Droit à l’alimentation, à la terre et au partage équitable des ressources naturelles

    • Droit à la santé et à l’éducation pour toutes et tous

    • Financement du développement dans les pays du Sud

    • Droit à vivre en sécurité et à être protégé

    Dans le cadre de notre travail sur ces thématiques, nous revendiquons la justice et l’égalité entre les femmes et les hommes. Nous appuyons les initiatives de citoyenneté active pour que toutes et tous aient le droit d’être entendu-e-s.

    Oxfam France, c’est aussi 18 groupes locaux, 5 magasins solidaires et un réseau de plus de 70 000 personnes engagées. Apolitique et non confessionnelle, Oxfam France est financée prioritairement par les dons des citoyen-ne-s, qui garantissent notre indépendance et notre liberté de parole et d’action.

  • Medair

    Medair

    Medair est une ONG d’urgence et de réhabilitation, indépendante de toute autorité politique, économique, sociale ou religieuse. Fondée en 1989, elle vient au secours des victimes de conflits, de crises et de catastrophes naturelles.

    Medair agit prioritairement auprès des populations oubliées et vulnérables, dans les endroits les plus reculés et inaccessibles, dans un esprit de dévouement et de solidarité inspiré par ses valeurs chrétiennes.

    Medair développe des programmes multisectoriels pour répondre aux besoins vitaux spécifiques de chaque communauté. Son action couvre tous les secteurs de l’aide humanitaire (urgence, santé, eau, assainissement, nutrition, sécurité alimentaire, psychosocial et réconciliation, reconstruction, formation, renforcement des capacités locales…). Medair développe des systèmes innovants, notamment dans le domaine de l’eau, en utilisant des techniques de forage comme le jetting, le rota-sludge et le stone-hammer

    La transparence financière de Medair, la qualité de ses actions et la redevabilité envers ses donateurs et bénéficiaires sont confirmés par la norme qualité ISO 9001 :2000 à l’échelle mondiale, attestant que nous offrons une aide matérielle et des services qui répondent de manière efficace aux besoins des bénéficiaires. Ses comptes sont contrôlés par un commissaire aux comptes et font l’objet d’audits systématiques par les organismes financeurs. La maîtrise des coûts de fonctionnement lui a permis, en 2007, de consacrer 84.5% des fonds reçus pour ses bénéficiaires des programmes sur le terrain.

  • Médecins du Monde

    Médecins du Monde

    Depuis 34 ans, Médecins du Monde soigne les populations les plus vulnérables, les victimes de conflits armés, de catastrophes naturelles, toutes celles et ceux que le monde oublie peu à peu.

    Présente dans 32 villes en France et dans 41 de pays à travers le monde, l’ONG intervient autant dans les situations d’urgence que sur des programmes de développement, et fournit un accès aux soins aux populations exclus des systèmes de santé traditionnels.

    Médecins du Monde agit également au-delà du soin. Elle dénonce les atteintes à la dignité et aux droits de l’homme et se bat pour améliorer la situation des populations.

    La force de Médecins du Monde à l’international, c’est son réseau d’associations présentes dans 14 pays: Allemagne, Argentine, Belgique, Canada, Espagne, États Unis, France, Grèce, Italie, Japon, Pays-Bas, Portugal, Royaume Uni, Suède, Suisse.

    Plus d’informations sur le site : www.medecinsdumonde.org

  • CARE France

    CARE France

    CARE est une association de solidarité internationale, non confessionnelle et apolitique, qui regroupe 14 associations nationales travaillant ensemble à la mise en œuvre de plus de 1000 projets d’urgence et de développement dans plus de 80 pays en Afrique, en Asie, en Amérique latine, au Moyen-Orient et en Europe de l’Est.

    CARE est une des plus importantes organisations de solidarité internationale dans le monde et vient en aide chaque année à près de 122 millions de personnes.

    Des principes : construire, transformer, responsabiliser et rendre autonomes les plus démunis, tout en protégeant leurs droits économiques et sociaux.

    Un objectif : contribuer à la diminution de l’extrême pauvreté. CARE participe au mouvement mondial qui s’est engagé de manière concertée à diminuer de moitié la pauvreté d’ici à 2015.

    Visitez notre site internet -> www.carefrance.org

    Suivez-nous sur Facebook -> www.facebook.com/CAREFrance

  • ACTED

    ACTED

    ACTED est une association de solidarité internationale française qui a pour vocation de soutenir les populations vulnérables de par le monde et de les accompagner dans la construction d’un futur meilleur en apportant une réponse adaptée à des besoins précis depuis 1993. L’une des principales associations françaises de solidarité internationale, ACTED vient en aide aux populations touchées par les crises grâce à une approche à la fois globale et locale, multidisciplinaire et adaptée à chaque contexte.

    En assurant le lien entre Urgence, Réhabilitation et Développement, les équipes d’ACTED garantissent que les interventions effectuées en temps de crise soient utiles et pérennes, car seul un soutien sur le long terme – en demeurant sur place après l’urgence et en impliquant les communautés – permet de rompre le cycle de pauvreté et d’accompagner les populations sur la voie du développement.

    Pour ce faire nos équipes sur le terrain interviennent dans 35 pays sur plus de 388 programmes dans les secteurs suivants : aide humanitaire d’urgence, sécurité alimentaire, promotion de la santé, éducation et formation, développement économique, microfinance, soutien institutionnel et dialogue régional, promotion culturelle.

    Forte de son expérience au plus près des besoins et des situations auprès des communautés vulnérables à travers le monde, ACTED contribue aujourd’hui à l’agenda international en faveur des Objectifs du Millénaire pour le Développement, avec des campagnes de plaidoyer en France et en Europe. ACTED s’engage pour promouvoir et développer des approches et des initiatives innovantes, les principes humanitaires, les nouvelles solidarités et des convergences entre opérateurs privés, acteurs publics et ONG du Nord et du Sud sur des thèmes tels que la microfinance et le social business, l’accès durable au revenu, la prévention et réduction des catastrophes, la promotion de la gouvernance locale, l’évaluation et l’aide à la coordination de l’urgence humanitaire, la culture et le développement, le développement durable, l’accès à la santé dans le continuum humanitaire, etc.

  • Action contre la Faim

    Action contre la Faim

     

     

    Créée en 1979, Action contre la Faim (ACF) est une organisation non gouvernementale internationale qui lutte contre la faim dans le monde. Sa charte des principes humanitaires – indépendance, neutralité, non-discrimination, accès libre et direct aux victimes, professionnalisme, transparence – fonde son identité depuis 35 ans. Sa mission est de sauver des vies en éliminant la faim par la prévention, la détection et le traitement de la sous-nutrition, en particulier pendant et après les situations d’urgence liées aux conflits et aux catastrophes naturelles.

    Action contre la Faim coordonne ses programmes autour de 4 domaines d’activités : nutrition, santé et pratiques de soins – sécurité alimentaire et moyens d’existence – eau, assainissement et hygiène – plaidoyer et sensibilisation. En 2012, Action contre la Faim est venue en aide à près de 7,3 millions de personnes dans plus de 45 pays à travers le monde.

    Created in 1979, Action contre la Faim (ACF) is a non-governmental organisation that fights against hunger. Its charter of humanitarian principals- independence, neutrality, non-discrimination, free and direct access to victims, professionalism, transparency – has been part of its identity for 35 years. Its mission is to save lives by eliminating hunger through the prevention, detection and treatment of under-nutrition, particularly during and after emergency situations linked to conflicts or natural disasters.

    Action contre la Faim focuses its actions on 4 main areas of expertise: nutrition, health and healthcare practices – food security and livelihoods – water, sanitation and hygiene – advocacy and awareness-raising. In 2002, Action contre la Faim provided aid to 7.3 million people in more than 45 countries worldwide.