Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

American Friends Service Committee Hiring Country Rep

American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) is now hiring a full-time Country Representative for their work in Haiti. Benefits are included. Details below. Learn more about AFSC on their site, here. Department: International Programs Location: Port au Prince, Haiti Application Deadline: June 21, 2015 Summary of Principal Responsibilities The Country Representative is responsible for the overall management and program direction, legal obligations, reporting, and stewardship of all AFSC resources. The Representative serves as official representative of the AFSC; manages contacts in Haiti with government ministries, UN agencies, and local and international NGOs. He/she reports to Regional Director for Latin America and Caribbean, supervises Haiti program staff; consults and collaborates with Philadelphia based staff and others as appropriate. Essential Functions/Responsibilities: The key responsibilities of the Country Representative, Haiti include the following:   Program Development and Management Plan, develop and provide overall management […]

American Friends Service Committee

The American Friends Service Committee programs* working in Haiti or on issues related to Haiti and Haitian migrants and refugees are deeply concerned about the increasing violence, including rapes, killings, kidnappings, robberies, arbitrary detentions, and abuses of human rights and the rule of law that are occurring daily in Haiti. The recurrent cycles of violence in Haiti need the urgent attention of all parties to the conflict within the country, and persistent and non-partisan help from the international community.  Ways must be found both to bring political differences into peaceful, lawful channels, as well as to improve general security and rule of law. Tragic incidents such as the recent kidnapping, torture, and murder of journalist and poet Jacques Roche, the large numbers of rapes and abuses of women, and the many killings of Haitians must stop.  We urge all parties […]

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