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CARE is a non-governmental, non political, non-profit, non-partisan and non-sectarian humanitarian organization, extending its relief and development assistance to those in need. CARE invites applications from Qualified Afghan Female candidates for its Kabul based position of Data Management Officer in its Humanitarian Rural Assistance Program (H-RAP). Those with Internet access can email their completed CARE Standard Job Application forms (CARE application form is attached) along with their update CVs and a letter of interest to [email protected] SUMMARYSupport for program Data management and reporting for best efficiency and effectiveness on provincial level. Prepare..
Background موسسه اطفال درمعرض خطریک موسسه بریتانوی بوده که ازسال 1997 به این طرف درافغانستان درراستای تعلیم وتربیه ، امورات اجتماعی وتبلیغات صحی برای اطفال بازمانده ازمکتب وفامیل های بی بضاعت فعالت نموده ومینماید که به همین اساس مراکزتعلیمی وتربیتی موسسه اطفال درمعرض خطر درسال جاری هم دربعضی نواحی شهرکابل موقعیت دارد که درمراکزمتذکره اطفال بازمانده ازمکتب ازقشراناث وذکور..
BackgroundCTG Global is a Personnel Management Service Company specialized in Recruitment, Management Consultancy, and Human Resources management services in countries experiencing or emerging from armed conflicts, natural disasters, or acute social and economic crises worldwide. CTG Global provides tailored personnel management support enabling a growing number of public and private sector agencies and individuals to achieve their objectives in complex and challenging environments. CTG Global clients in Afghanistan currently comprise government, UN agencies, non-government organizations (NGOs), and different businesses such a security companies. Afghanistan is one of the multi hazard..
About ZOA ZOA is a Dutch NGO and works for more than 40 years in rehabilitation and development with programs in many countries around the world. ZOA has been working in Afghanistan since summer 2000 and has offices in Kabul, Sar-e-Pul and Jawzjan provinces. At this moment ZOA is implementing several projects in Sar-e-Pul, Jawzjan, Kabul and Uruzgan province
The National Rural Access Program (NRAP) is one of the flagship initiatives of the Government of Afghanistan and has been supported by several donors and World Bank in particular. NRAP is intended to facilitate the provision of a rural road access network that will connect households and communities to essential services and markets. NRAP is jointly executed by the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD) and the Ministry of Public Works (MPW) and over-sighted by Ministry of Finance, (MoF)NRAP supports the enhancement of rural livelihoods by ensuring that all communities have access to critical social and economic infrastructure and productive employment opportunities. NRAP..
Background MRCA (Medical Refresher Courses for Afghans) is a health oriented French NGO. Set up in October 1985, MRCA provided Health services within a training hospital for Afghan refugees in Peshawar, Pakistan, from 1986 till 2004. From 1996 MRCA is implementing Health service in different provinces of Afghanistan, management of hospitals, implementation of BPHS and EPHS, midwifery education program training programs and hygiene promotion projects, etc… MRCA works to improve the health status and reduce the mortality and morbidity amongst Afghans, through the provision of health education, preventive and curative health services.
World Vision is an international Relief and Development Organization operating in over 100 countries around the globe. WV International/Afghanistan started its operations since 2002 in the western provinces of Afghanistan (Herat, Ghor, and Badghis) in the areas of Education, Health, Agriculture, and Water & Sanitation. Job Summary:In terms of public health priorities in Ghor and Badghis in the face of the current increase of IDP population, additional NGO support to provide basic health care through mobile health services and further coverage of “white areas” has been identified by the provincial Department of Public Health and Department of Refugees & Repatriation..
The French Medical Institute for Children (FMIC) was founded in 2006 is a unique public-private partnership between the Governments of Afghanistan & France, a French NGO – La Chaine de L’Espoir/Enfants Afghans and the Aga Khan Development Network through the Aga Khan University Hospital. FMIC embodies a sign of hope for the medical care of children in Kabul. The Institute has risen to the challenge of charting a course towards sustainable health solutions for Afghanistan. It is the first ISO certified hospital in Afghanistan, aiming to provide compassionate, accessible, cost-effective, high quality care services to the population of Afghanistan. Currently the hospital..