Meeting the 2030 Agenda will require unprecedented investments in areas such as health and education, environmental protection, infrastructure and sustainable energy, rural development, peace and security and actions to tackle climate change. The primary objective of the proposed mapping of the development finance solutions for the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in Europe and Central Asia is to broaden and deepen the understanding of key concepts and approaches and tools.
Over the past years WFP has responded to an unprecedented level of emergencies, while maintaining ongoing operations. Change Management Division is working directly with WFP’s leadership to drive strategic corporate priority projects.
DAI is looking for a candidate with experience of working with the European Commission or other European donors to work in Brussels, to help to generate a portfolio of new service and framework contracts and ensure the company is recognised as a reputable firm in the EC market.
The British Council is seeking expressions of interest from experienced education experts for a major EU-funded programme which is focused on improving the quality and equality of the primary and secondary education systems in Iraq through capacity building at Ministry and school level.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Armenia intends to engage an an individual IT Programme developer or IT company (the 'Consultant') to assist the CCI in the phase 3 with development of the software for issuance of certificate of origin.
The Bank would like to engage a consultant to act as the Local Resident Adviser to support activities of the Technical Team Leader, the Secretariat and coordinate the various work streams implementing the Roadmap, in close coordination with the CMWG and EBRD; to ensure timely delivery and completion of projects aligned with the recommendations of the Roadmap.
Junior Professional Officer will assist in monitoring and implementation of public health policies and programmes in the areas of surveillance and response to public health emergencies, including emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases particularly those with epidemic and pandemic potentials.
The post is located in the Sustainable Wildlife Management Programme Team. The overall challenge of the project is to significantly improve the state of the natural resources of the Sahelian wetlands, particularly water bird populations, for the benefit of local populations in terms of food security and local development.