Under the direction of the Director, Volunteer Cooperation, the Manager, Volunteer Mobilization will lead a team responsible for volunteer planning, recruitment and preparation in an international development context and program. | Sous la direction de la directrice/du directeur, coopération volontaire, le/la gestionnaire de la mobilisation des volontaires dirigera une équipe chargée de la planification, du recrutement et de la préparation des volontaires dans le contexte et dans le cadre du programme de développement international.
The Deputy Team Leader (DTL) will work in close cooperation with, and report to, the Team Leader (TL) to work with Partners, DFAT and the RGC in the overall strategic direction of the Program. The DTL will assist the TL in ensuring quality of deliverables and overall compliance with DFAT standards.
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You have the opportunity to share your story at our Disruptor Showcase during our upcoming CAIDP Conference. // Saisissez l’occasion de partager vos expériences à l’occasion de la démonstration des facteurs de perturbation qui aura lieu lors de prochaine conférence du RPCDI.
The Canadian Association of International Development Professionals (CAIDP) is conducting research to assess Canada's current landscape of expertise related to Canada's foreign policy priorities, particularly Canada's Feminist International Assistance Policy (FIAP). The objective is to gain a comprehensive understanding of the expertise available in various thematic areas. Furthermore, we would like to assess how experts find consultancy/programming opportunities and how institutions source their pools of experts.
With funding from the LNGB Window, WUSC seeks to procure a research and consulting firm to conduct a feasibility study to better understand the demographics, catchment area, needs and challenges of orphaned and unattended or marginalized girls in Afghanistan, including those with disabilities, particularly with respect to having access to and receiving a quality education.