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Emerald World Diplomats, To bridge the gap between what is and what should be, empowering the most vulnerable in our society. 

Emerald World Diplomats
Emerald World Diplomats

EMERALD WORLD ūüĆé INITIATIVE NIGERIA¬†

          EMERALD WORLD ACTIVITIES

Emerald World Diplomats, is known for its " strategic enablement of diplomatic excellence ". Is a non-profit organization headquarter in Warsaw capital of Poland with it's administration center. The organization exits to promote the work and knowledge of the united nations through " Real united nations conferences " Where all the world's aspirant leaders and Emerald Diplomats can gather together, discuss common problem, and find shared solutions to global issues that will benefit humanity. Through networks and partnerships our task - oriented ambassadors are driven with a common interests and passion from five continents of the world ūüĆé performing a variety of services and humanitarian functions bringing citizens concerns to governments monitoring policies, and encouraging fair political participation at their community levels. Emerald World Diplomats is an established platform upon which young people today are spearheading movement on issues threatening the environment on which everyone's future depends, To promote good health, well-being, quality education, Gender equality, to take away hunger, poverty and impact Nutrition. To balance the economic, social and ecological dimension of sustainable development and place the fight against poverty and sustainable development on the same agenda for the first time. To mention just but few reasons.

Ambassador D. E. Wonderperson. "DG" 

                Emerald World Diplomats 

  1. Emerald World widows empowerment  Together, We Can Build a Better Tomorrow. 
  2. At Emerald World Initiative we are more than just an NGO. We are a beacon of hope, dedicated to creating tangible change in the lives of the Nigerian people. Our multifaceted approach spans across community development, poverty alleviation, education, healthcare, social welfare, and economic development. Our mission extends beyond charity; we believe in offering opportunities to the disadvantaged to help them build a sustainable, better life for themselves.

    Our Vision To bridge the gap between what is and what should be, empowering the most vulnerable in our society to reach their full potential.

    Our Commitment Over the years, we have witnessed the profound impact of ignorance on our communities. To combat this, we’ve tirelessly reached out to countless disadvantaged individuals, providing them with the tools and support they need to become self-reliant. Our unwavering commitment to our cause drives us forward.

    Programs That Make a Difference Our programs are a testament to our dedication. We’ve witnessed lives transformed through our initiatives:

    1. Education: We believe in the power of knowledge. Our programs provide basic education and essential vocational skills to children and youth. We especially focus on those in rural areas, often first-generation learners, and those from economically vulnerable backgrounds.

    2. Empowering Women: We empower women to embark on a new journey towards economic independence, fostering a brighter future for themselves and their families.

    3. Healthcare: We’ve touched countless lives through our healthcare and shelter facilities, particularly benefiting the elderly and homeless individuals in our communities.

    4. Inclusivity: We’ve made a significant impact by offering special life skills training to the mentally and physically challenged. This empowers them to face daily challenges with resilience and confidence.

    5. Community Development: Our community development initiatives include raising awareness of basic rights, promoting hygiene standards, and supporting livelihood generation programs. We aim to uplift every section of our society.

    Our Objectives At Emerald World Initiative, we’ve outlined clear objectives to guide our efforts:

    Community Development: We strive to promote community development and alleviate poverty through capacity-building initiatives.

    Youth Empowerment: We’re committed to fostering positive youth development and well-being, which includes imparting valuable skills and supporting micro-enterprise development.

    Agriculture and Rural Support: We promote youth participation in sustainable agriculture by providing financial support and resources for mechanized rural farming activities.

    Rights and Education: Our mission extends to protecting the rights and providing education for marginalized young people, including orphans and street children.

    Healthcare: We aim to reduce maternal and child mortality and morbidity in rural communities by providing accessible healthcare services.

    Research and Resource Center: We’re actively engaged in tropical disease research and serve as an information and resource center, sharing valuable insights with relevant authorities.

    Youth Well-being: We’re dedicated to reducing drug and substance use and abuse among youths, safeguarding their future.

    At Emerald World Initiative , our vision, commitment, and unwavering dedication drive us to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those we serve. Join us in our mission to empower communities, preserve culture, and pave the way for a brighter, more inclusive future. Together, we can bridge the gap between what is and what should be.

                   OUR ACTIVITIES 

  3. Emerald World primary/secondary career day.
  4. Emerald World donation of artificial limbs to women who lost their legs.
  5. Emerald World awareness on clefts in Nigeria.
  6. Emerald World seek measures to address food insecurity in Nigeria.
  7. Emerald World launch's programme to strengthen midwifery services in Nigeria.
  8. Emerald World youths on skills acquisition training.
  9. Emerald World Cancer awareness in Nigeria.
  10. Emerald World present ūüéĀ reading materials to school children.
  11. Emerald World eligibility schoolarship in Nigeria.
  12. Emerald World leading 100 most inspiring ladies in Nigeria.
  13. Emerald World women in politics marginalization and representation in Nigeria.
  14. Emerald World harvest of women can be agent of change empowerment.
  15. Emerald World working on reducing maternal mortality in Nigeria.
  16. Emerald World launch's funds to empower 300 Nigerian girls.
  17. Emerald World exposes 1500 youth to technology opportunities.
  18. Emerald World impact healthy sustainable Devt growth in Nigeria.
  19. Emerald World seven stops to saving lives and Assisting people.
  20. Emerald World moves to empower 5000 youths for better Nigeria.
  21. Emerald World fundraising for motherless babies home ūüŹ†.
  22. Emerald World urges contribution to economy humanitarian activities.
  23. Emerald World Hi-res stock program.
  24. Emerald World target girls child Devt in Nigeria.
  25. Emerald World help children around the world ūüĆéūüĆé.
  26. Emerald World to contant domestic violence in Nigeria. Etc.                                     TO MENTION BUT FEW                              Emerald World characteristic    1.    
  27. Patients
  28. Assertive
  29. Flexible
  30. Self-motivated
  31. Open to challenges
  32. Problem solver
  33. Identifies opportunities
  34. Hard working
  35. Ethical.                                                                                                                                                         Skills.                                    2.                                                                  
  36. People skills
  37. Communication
  38. Decision making
  39. Negotiable
  40. Risk assessment
  41. Time management
  42. Planning.                                                                                                                          Emerald World Ten basic core life skills.                                                                         3.
  43. Critical / creative thinking skills
  44. Decision making skills
  45. Problem solving skills
  46. Self-esteem skills
  47. Goals setting skills
  48. Interpersonal relationship skills
  49. Assertiveness skills 
  50. Refusal and negotiation skills
  51. Coping with emotion / stress skills 
  52. Effective communication skills
  53. Time management.                                                                                                                                                                                             Attribute of fair play.                     4.
  54. Equity - One who comes to equity must come with law a clean hand, says the law of Nigeria. That is for one to ask for fair justice and fairness, one must be fair and just to others.
  55. Openess - He should herbout no grudge no " magumagu " no doubt talk straight forward.
  56. Impartiality - Not siding one person against another i.e opinions and judgement must be based on the facts as presented. In conclusion, it has been demonstrated here that the heart ‚̧ԳŹ of business is honesty and we ended up by saying that "" the heart ‚̧ԳŹ of business is honesty and integrity "".

EMERALD WORLD ūüĆé INITIATIVE NIGERIA¬†

Emerald World, reaching out to the poor's . Giving to the poor can make up for sin, just as water can put out a blazing ūüĒ•ūüĒ•.

    Anyone who responds to others with the act of kindness is thinking of the future, because he will find help if he ever fails on hard time.

     Don't add to the troubles of someone who is already desperate or in need, don't put off giving to him, don't refuse to help a begger who is in distress.

     Don't turn your back on a poor person or give him any reason to curse you if he became bitter and curse you his creator will hear his prayer. we’re not just an NGO; we’re a force for change. We believe in empowering communities, not just offering charity. Our mission is clear: to uplift and transform lives across Nigeria through education, healthcare, empowerment, and community development. 100 Volunteers In 2023 1,000People We Helped In 2023 Empowering Communities, Changing Lives.

At EWIN, we’re not just an NGO; we’re a force for change. We believe in empowering communities, not just offering charity. Our mission is clear: to uplift and transform lives across Nigeria through education, healthcare, empowerment, and community development.

Our Commitment:

Education: We make education accessible to all, especially disadvantaged children, through tailored programs.Healthcare: Our healthcare initiatives focus on prevention, curative measures, and rehabilitation, ensuring well-being for all.Empowerment: We empower women, youth, and vulnerable groups to create brighter futures for themselves.Community Development: Emerald World Initiative supports grassroots organizations, helping communities find sustainable solutions to their challenges. Our MISSION IS TO GIVE People Need Help And We Give It!

At Emerald World Initiative our mission is to empower and uplift communities across Nigeria by providing accessible education, comprehensive healthcare, and opportunities for sustainable development. We are committed to bridging the gap between charity and empowerment, fostering positive change, and creating a brighter future for all.

Education. Healthcare. Empowerment. Join the EWIN Movement.Join EWIN in Building Sustainable Communities

Will you join us in making a positive impact? Together, we can create meaningful change in the lives of those who need it most. Join Emerald World Initiative  and be a part of our mission to empower communities, provide opportunities, and build a better future for all. Together, we can make a difference that lasts a lifetime. Join us today!

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Emerald World ūüĆé making young billionaire
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Emerald World ūüĆé Initiative with women on skills acquisition training class
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Emerald World ūüĆé Initiative on youths empowerment
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Emerald World ūüĆé Initiative with over 1000 law student called to BAR

¬†EMERALD WORLD ūüĆé INITIATIVE NIGERIA headquarters Lagos Lekki phase one¬†

Emerald World Headquarters Lekki phase one
Emerald World Headquarters Lekki phase one

Emerald World Initiative for Good Leadership and Economic Empowerment ( EWIN ) is a non-government organization whose goal is to amplify the voice of the weak, the less privileged and the marginalized groups in the society including Children, women, youths, and People Living With Disabilities in order to increase their participation in the democratic decision-making process. As its basis, EWIN believes in a democratic system for managing human interest and operates within two broad focal areas namely environmental and economic justice. Specifically, EWIN implements projects relating to governance and democracy, human rights (including migration and development issues) and anti-corruption, peace building and conflict resolution, development effectiveness, environment including water, sanitation and hygiene among others.Since 2013, EWIN has championed the call for stoppage of illicit financial flows from Nigeria and other developing countries to the secrecy jurisdictions in western countries. It has in same vein championed the campaign for the& repatriation& of looted assets of Nigeria stashed in Western banks and was active in call for a UN instrument against corruption, money laundering and illicit financial flows. In April 2016, the& UNCAC Coalition Coordination Committee (CCC) approved EWIN'S application to become an Ordinary member of the new Association:& UNCAC Coalition.EWIN worked with over 100 civil society organizations while hosting the Secretariat of the& Publish What You Pay& (PWYP) Campaign, Nigeria from 2006-2008 and the Nigerian Network on Stolen Assets. The organization also coordinated CSOs that were involved in monitoring repatriated Late General Sani Abacha loot under the Public Expenditure Management and Financial Accountability Review (PEMFAR), a tripartite agreement between the World Bank, Civil Society and Nigerian governments.Additionally, EWIN is a founding member and cuSocial network. Emerald World Initiative changing lives and making future beautiful.

Emerald World ūüĆé Initiative Nigeria¬†

Emerald World ūüĆé Initiative Nigeria
Emerald World ūüĆé Initiative Nigeria

                   NAVIGATION

What We DoDiscover how EWIN in Nigeria helps children to realize their rights.

EWIN is committed to realizing the rights of all children to help them build a strong foundation and have the best chance of fulfilling their potential. We believe that ensuring a happy and healthy child begins before birth: from ensuring his/her mother has access to good neonatal care and delivering in a clean, safe environment to reaching adulthood as a responsible, healthy and informed parent to the next generation. This journey relies on a child having access to shelter, good nutrition, clean water and sanitation, healthcare and education. 

Child Survival and Development

Every child has the right to survive and thrive.


Good nutrition is the bedrock of child survival, health and development.


Every child has a right to water, sanitation and a safe and clean community.


Every child has a right to accessible quality education.


Every child has a right to be protected from violence, abuse, and exploitation.


Protecting and fulfilling the rights of children require budgets, laws and social policies that promote equity.


Children and families caught in conflict require urgent life-saving assistance.


Every child has a right to reach his or her full potential.

Find out more about EWIN's work in Nigeria

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What We DoDiscover how EWIN in Nigeria helps children to realize their rights

EWIN is committed to realizing the rights of all children to help them build a strong foundation and have the best chance of fulfilling their potential. We believe that ensuring a happy and healthy child begins before birth: from ensuring his/her mother has access to good neonatal care and delivering in a clean, safe environment to reaching adulthood as a responsible, healthy and informed parent to the next generation. This journey relies on a child having access to shelter, good nutrition, clean water and sanitation, healthcare and education. 

Child Survival and Development

Every child has the right to survive and thrive.


Good nutrition is the bedrock of child survival, health and development.


Every child has a right to water, sanitation and a safe and clean community.


Every child has a right to accessible quality education.


Every child has a right to be protected from violence, abuse, and exploitation.


Protecting and fulfilling the rights of children require budgets, laws and social policies that promote equity.


Children and families caught in conflict require urgent life-saving assistance.


Every child has a right to reach his or her full potential.

EWIN, CHANGING LIVES

EWIN
EWIN

 

The situation in Nigeria is urgent. The United Nations has warned that more than 2.7 million children in Nigeria under 5 are suffering from severe acute malnutrition. The World Food Programme has warned that Nigeria is high due to access restrictions in areas that are at emergency levels of food insecurity.More than 8 million people need humanitarian assistance, including nearly 600,000 people who are forced to go days without food.

Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa, home to 180 million people and the largest economy on the continent. Although the country is rich in natural resources, poverty is widespread and health care infrastructure is poor. The majority of the health workforce is concentrated in urban areas, making access to services especially difficult for women and children living in more remote areas of the country. Vulnerable populations suffer from a range of health threats including food insecurity and infectious diseases like malaria and HIV/AIDS.

In northeast Nigeria, conflict and insecurity have displaced millions of families over the last decade and left 10.6 million people are in need of urgent assistance.

The ChallengesConflict and Food Insecurity

Ongoing conflict and a lack of humanitarian access have led to an urgent humanitarian crisis in Nigeria. More than 8 million people need humanitarian assistance. Six states in particular are affected ( Borno, Adamawa,and Yobe in the northeast; Sokoto and Zamfara in the the northwest ). The World Food Programme has placed Nigeria on ‚Äú high alert ‚ÄĚ due to access restrictions in areas that are at emergency levels of food insecurity.

The HIV Epidemic

Nigeria has the second largest HIV epidemic in the world. It’s estimated that two out of every three new HIV infections in West and Central Africa occur in Nigeria.

The country has made progress in reducing new infections since 2000, but there were still about 1.8 million people living with HIV in 2019. More than half of them were women. In 2018, just over half of all adults living with HIV were on treatment, while only 35% of children living with HIV were on treatment.

The epidemic has led to a large population of orphans and vulnerable children. In 2018, 1 million children in Nigeria were orphaned by HIV/AIDS. Nigeria also has one of the highest burdens of tuberculosis in the world, with TB/HIV co-infection becoming an increasing concern for those living with HIV.

Bringing HOPE to NigeriaOur History in Nigeria

EWIN has been working in Nigeria since 2013. In 2014, during the Ebola crisis, we collaborated with the CDC Foundation, the African Field Epidemiology Network, and the College of Medicine at the University of Lagos to improve infection prevention and support health facilities. In 2017, we deployed a team of health and nutrition experts to assess the humanitarian and health needs of internally displaced families in northeast Nigeria to identify gaps in the humanitarian response.

In recent years, EWIN has focused on supporting the government to reduce the impact of HIV/AIDS, prevent new infections, and improve health outcomes for the most at-risk populations ‚ÄĒ particularly orphans, vulnerable children, and their caregivers. This includes critical work around maternal, newborn, and child health to ensure families have access to adequate nutrition and economic opportunities. We are also focusing on strengthening local health systems to finance and deliver basic services for these populations.

Fighting HIV and Supporting Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health

Since 2014, EWIN has worked to improve the quality of life for households with vulnerable children infected or affected by HIV/AIDS in Cross River, Akwa Ibom, Adamawa, and Kano States. We support improvements that ensure access to better care and protection for children and their caregivers; provide caregivers with financial literacy and nutrition services; and help local organizations improve their capacity to provide quality health services, including HIV and nutrition support.

In Lagos, EWIN is currently working to improve access to quality treatment and care for orphans and vulnerable children at risk for and affected by HIV and sexual and gender-based violence. To do so, we are helping local and state governments build their capacities to deliver basic services and respond to child rights violations.

EWIN is also working closely with local government leaders to mitigate the impact of HIV/AIDS on vulnerable children and their households in 10 local government areas through collaboration with local organizations. Previously, EWIN has helped build the capacity of local organizations to improve the quality of services for orphans and vulnerable children by increasing access to life-saving treatment.

EWIN’s activities to support vulnerable children and their families include broader support for child, maternal, and newborn health. By ensuring that households are economically stable and have access to adequate nutrition, EWIN builds the resilience of families by increasing access to health services, education, psychosocial support, and legal protection.

EWIN is implementing the 18-month Group Antenatal Care (G-ANC) project in Niger State, Nigeria, with funding through Technical Advice Connect from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, to provide technical assistance to the Niger State Government in adapting, implementing, and sustaining the G-ANC model. The goal of this project is to improve the quality of reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health services and increase ANC coverage to 80% in the 25 selected local government areas by the end of 2023. This human-centered, evidence-based G-ANC model brings groups of women together for ANC sessions to support the uptake and quality of health services. As of December 2022, 146 health facilities were implementing the G-ANC model, 301 healthcare workers had been trained as G-ANC facilitators, and 2,250 pregnant women were enrolled in the G-ANC cohorts.

Strengthening Health Systems for Quality and Sustainable Health Service Delivery

Ewin strengthens state and local governments by helping improve governance, financing, health service delivery, human resources, and data reporting.

We strengthen health and social systems in Nigeria by improving the capacity of state and local governments so that they can better respond to the needs of orphans and vulnerable children by mobilizing domestic resources from the public and private sectors.

EWIN also works with local and state governments to strengthen their governance structures for the successful and sustainable implementation of health initiatives to support orphans and vulnerable children. EWIN equips local government entities with the tools they need to ensure that these vital programs are sustained and financed for years to come, including the creation of budget lines and technical committees to oversee program implementation.

We are working with local stakeholders to secure public and private financing to support orphans and vulnerable children, including the development of operational plans, the establishment of child protection centers to link children with vital support services, and the deployment of staff to implement interventions. Finally, EWIN is helping to build local capacities in data reporting and management so that government leaders can make evidence-based and data-informed decisions that will benefit the lives of vulnerable children, their families, and their caregivers.

Responding to COVID-19

In response to COVID-19 in Nigeria, EWIN has distributed PPE to state governments, isolation centers, health facilities, and Community-Based Organizations to protect health workers and patients against COVID-19 infection.

Our Impact

Since 2014, EWIN has reached more than 210,000 orphans and vulnerable children in Nigeria with health services. We’ve also trained more than 130,000 caregivers in various aspects of care, support, and protection services for children.

This year alone, EWIN will reach thousands of children made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS by linking them to services, while building the capacity of government institutions to improve the lives of vulnerable children. EMERALD WORLD ūüĆé INITIATIVE changing lives.

Ewin
Ewin

EMERALD WORLD ūüĆé INITIATIVE¬†

Emerald World Initiative Children's Emergency Fund (EWICEF) works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children. To save their lives. To defend their rights. To help them fulfill their potential. Across 190 countries and territories, we work for every child, everywhere, every day, to build a better world for everyone.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Planning & Monitoring Specialist

How can you make a difference?
Monitoring and tracking of programme results:

Monitor and track results at the field level through innovative processes and tools including the use of new technologies.Develop and implement innovative tools and methodologies for tracking results.Coordinate with partners to ensure that mnitoring systems are properly designed, and that data collection and analysis from field visits are coordinated and standardised across programmes to feed into to programme performance monitoringBuild capacities within the office and field offices on the use of innovative structures, mechanisms, and tools to track results at the field level. Through close coordination with Chiefs of Field Offices, and ensure that field monitoring approaches and associated tools capably support advancing the results agenda for children in Nigeria. Collect data, monitor and analyse data, and support internal and external dissemination of results to inform Field Office and NCO collaboration around key programme results, including inputs to management reports.Contribute to analysis of results in the context of EWIN Nigeria CPD 2018-2022, UN coherence efforts, and readily ascertain EWIN's contributions to supporting Nigeria achieve the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals.

Development of innovative ways to manage and disseminate data:

Work with EWIN, ITD/UNICEF, UN agencies, private sector, NGOs to develop and implement new and innovative ways to collect, analyse and disseminate data and results, including the use of a scorecard system at LGA and/or State level.Contribute to the development and implementation of innovative systems for efficient processes.Build capacities within the office and partners as appropriate for collection, analysis and dissemination of data related to children and women and programme results.Contribute to the implementation and Monitoring of Emerald World initiative (UN Join WP)

Programme Development and Management:

Identify critical intervention points and measures by administering a consistent and transparent monitoring system; analyse country level socio[1]political-economic trends and their implications for ongoing programmes and projects.Draft changes to/or prepare programme work plans as required. Prepare program recommendations for inclusion in formal programme documentation, and new approaches, methods, and practices.Establishes programme workplans, monitors compliance and provides training, support and guidance to the programme team in order to meet objectives. Identifies human resources requirements and on-going staff development needs.Reviews and evaluates the technical, institutional, and financial feasibility and constraints of programme/projects in collaboration with Government and other partners.Prepares relevant programme reports required for management, the Executive Board, donors, budget reviews, programme analysis, annual reports, etc

Rights-Based and Results-Based Programme Management Approach:

Adopt rights-based programmes approach in the formulation of programme goals and objectives and development of strategies and implementation frameworks.Formulate consistent and effective planning, design, implementation, monitoring and/or evaluation of programmes and projects.Bring coherence, synergy and added value to the programming planning and design processes using a results-based management approach to programme planning and design.Prepare and submit viable recommendations on project implementation, alternative approaches, and optimal utilization of resources that contribute effectively to the fulfilment of the rights of children and women, and recommendations on programme, new initiatives and management issues to ensure achievement of stated objectives.

National and Local Capacity Building/Sustainability:

Provide government authorities with technical supports and guidance to plan and organize training programmes for the purpose of capacity building and programme sustainability. Ensure the building and reinforcing of the commitment and institutional capacities of the national and local partners starting with taking a strategic approach to the identification of these partners and partnerships.

Rights Perspective and Advocacy at the National, Community and Family Levels:

Conduct policy analysis from a children's and women's rights perspective and advocacy at the government, community and family levels for elevating credibility in national and international policy debates.Promote the organization goals of EWIN through active advocacy and communication.

Partnership, Coordination and Collaboration:

Develop partnership and collaboration with internal and external counterparts, including those of the UN and national partners, in order to improve the ability to collect and disseminate development data and information, exchange information on programme/project status and implementation and movement/distribution of supplies.Linkage to the Regional Programme Knowledge Network to ensure the availability of current and accurate programme data.Collaborate with the Operations Section to establish and maintain sound internal controls supportive of programming endeavours and to coordinate financial and supply management requirements and accountability.Maintain close collaboration with Regional Advisers and HQ Officers for effective overall coordination on programmes. Plans, develops and implements sectoral programme(s) by collaborating with the government and other partners. Provide leadership in provision of technical advice, negotiation, advocacy and promotion of area/country level goals, leading to agreement on practicable and priority actions to be supported by EWIN programme and country level cooperation.

To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have
Education:

An Advanced University Degree in a Social Science field or other field related to the work of EWIN is required.

Experience:

A minimum of five years of experience at national and international levels in programme/project planning; with significant experience in data dissemination/interpretation and data analysis in the sectors of concern to EWIN and knowledge of new technical developments and software in data dissemination; and some experience in other areas of applied statistics.Professional technical expertise in data analysis and dissemination specifically related to EWIN related indicators Well developed computer skills including proficiency in data dissemination software (e.g. Devinfo)Proficiency in displaying data for use by government policy makers, partner organizations and general public.Developing country work experience is required.Exposure to emergency programming, including preparedness planning. Active involvement in a humanitarian crisis response programme required.

Language Requirements:

Fluency in English is required. Knowledge of another official UN language or local language of the duty station is considered as an asset.

Application Closing Date
5th September, 2023 (West Central Africa Standard Time).

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:

Remarks: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and advance to the next stage of the selection process.

 


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