|By SECID on Wednesday, May 08, 2002 - 1:24 pm: Edit Post|
SECID, the Southeast Consortium for International Development,is based in Washington, D.C. SECID is a consortium of land grant universities which provides technical assistance and trainging in developing countries.
We are preparing a proposal for USAID to implement a five-year training program in Southern Sudan. This program will provide training to local trainers who will subsequently train other participants. The subject matter areas include:
1. Crop production; 2 Animal production; 3. SME agribusiness, marketing and economics;
4. Fisheries development and processing;
5. Forestry and forest product development; and
6. Wildlife management.
We are seeking candidates who have subject matter expertise (MS degrees desirable), training experience and an interest in accepting two-year assignments in the southern part of the country - likely locations include: Yambio, Maridi, Yirol, Rumbeck, Boma, and Yei.
Interested persons can Email CVs and/or email Bob Delemarre at: firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain more information, raise questions, etc. These assignments would not be suitable for families with children due to lack of facilities and schooling.
|By Helen Farinella (ipn36372-e53290.cidr.lightship.net - 220.127.116.11) on Monday, August 29, 2005 - 9:31 am: Edit Post|
This is an informal message to ask if you know of any former Peace Corps. or
expat. returnees from Sudan who would like to represent World Learning as
Chief of Party on an eighteen month assignment to start up and run/oversee a
pilot Diaspora Skills Transfer Program for South Sudan. Duty station for
the Chief of Party to be determined, either Nairobi or Juba.
Thanks, Helen Farinella
Program Recruitment Manager
World Learning for International Development
Tel: 202-408-5420 ext.183
|By America's Unofficial Ambassadors (18.104.22.168) on Wednesday, October 05, 2011 - 4:10 pm: Edit Post|
Any RPCVs interested in a short-term volunteer opportunity in Jordan? The America's Unofficial Ambassadors (AUA) program at Creative Learning is dedicated to expanding and supporting private American citizens' service in the Muslim World. From January 6-15 2012, AUA will lead a group of volunteers to Jordan to support local community development initiatives, learn about Jordanian culture, and meet face-to-face with Jordanian families and university students. Volunteers will spend 4 days working with Habitat for Humanity to build homes for poor families in the north of the country. They will also engage in discussion with civil society groups in Amman and Irbid to learn more about Jordanian culture, share insight into American culture, and discuss challenges common to both societies. The Building Peace by Building Homes trip to Jordan will end with visits to Petra (one of the modern 7 Wonders of the World) and the Dead Sea.
The trip is the first in a series of three Building Peace by Building Homes trips that CL will lead in 2012 [Additional trips to Tajikistan (May) and Indonesia (July) are still being planned]. For more information visit: http://unofficialambassadors.com/get-involved/buil ding-peace-by-building-homes/, or contact AUA trip leader, Andrew Stinson, at AndrewS@creativelearning.org.