SuSanA - Forum Kunena Site Syndication Wed, 07 Dec 2016 08:34:42 +0000 Kunena 1.6 SuSanA - Forum en-gb WSUP Consultancy call: Evaluation of Urban WASH Sector Functionality, 2016-2020 - by: Guy Evaluation of Urban WASH Sector Functionality in WSUP Programme Countries, 2016-2020

Budget: Up to £160,000 including costs and all taxes inclusive of VAT
Deadline for bids: Wednesday 14 December 2016 at UK 1700 hours

WSUP seeks a consultant to support an urban WASH sector functionality assessment process in six countries.

Specifically, the Consultant will be required a) to finalise WSUP’s existing urban WASH sector functionality framework, creating rating scales for each of the 30 items of this framework; b) to lead assessment of urban WASH sector functionality in WSUP’s six focus countries (Bangladesh, Ghana, Kenya, Madagascar, Mozambique and Zambia), through a process probably centred around two-day in-country workshops in early 2017 and late 2020, with a probable remote mid-term assessment in late 2018 or early 2019; and c) in parallel with this process, to additionally assess WSUP’s contribution to any observed change in sector functionality at mid-term and in 2020, as a key process of independent evaluation of WSUP’s performance under its grant from DFID 2016-2020.

Maximum total budget (inclusive of expenses and taxes including VAT) is GBP 160,000. This is necessarily an urgent procurement, with start-up in January/early February 2017 necessary in order to be ready for the first in-country workshops planned for March 2017.

Bid submission deadline is 1700 UK time on Wednesday 14 December. Bid format has been designed to be relatively simple and non-onerous. We are happy to respond to clarification queries.

Please see the Terms of Reference attached for bid submission details and more information.

Further details, including the WSUP Expenses Policy and Standard Consultancy Contracts are available here]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Wed, 30 Nov 2016 16:40:42 +0000
Looking for new colleagues at UNESCO-IHE! Closing date December 12, 2016 - by: MRonteltap
(I'll be extra careful with the links this time..!)

We have a very exciting announcement to make - we're looking for new colleagues! Please check out the following two announcements: we need one lecturer in the field of Sanitary Engineering (more "classic" wastewater treatment oriented), and two in the field of Sanitation, to help us with the development of the new MSc in Sanitation - and beyond!

1: 2 Lecturers in Sanitation:
2: 1 Lecturer in Sanitary Engineering:

Feel free to contact me or my colleagues in a personal message in case something is not yet clear about the vacancies. Looking forward to your application!

All the best, Mariska.

Some background about the new project:
UNESCO-IHE received a grant to strengthen human resources in sanitation via postgraduate education and professional training. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation grant will accelerate the impact of education and training on sanitation. The grant will be primarily used to develop and implement a new Professional Master of Science Programme in Non-Sewered Sanitation, jointly with partners from South-East Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America.

The new programme will be developed and provided by world experts from both academia and practice and will be simultaneously delivered at several partner universities. The project will also include an expansion of the current UNESCO-IHE Graduate Professional Diploma Program in Sanitation, in terms of both content and scope and will ensure its adoption by several partner institutions worldwide.

Among beneficiaries of the grant will be recipients of scholarships. The programme will yield several hundreds of educated and trained sanitation professionals, who will help people, particularly those with the greatest needs, to lead healthy, productive lives.
Jobs, consultancies, internships Tue, 29 Nov 2016 22:54:22 +0000
Internship with Cairn Foundation - by: sidharth Duration – ~ 2 months

Brief about the Projects:
Among our most significant programs are the ‘Safe Drinking Water’ initiative, which will be among the largest CSR water projects in the world impacting over a million people at full sacale under which over 300 water purification units are being established in Barmer; a large-scale ‘Household Sanitation’ project under which Cairn India is constructing 20,000 toilets in Barmer and our flagship ‘Skills Centre’, the Cairn Centre of Excellence (CCOE) at Jodhpur, a state-of-the-art training centre spread over 12 acres.

Accommodation –
Cairn will facilitate accommodation and food as far as possible for international interns.

General guidelines for internship:
a. The intern would be responsible to abide with the rules and regulations
b. The internship will be with Cairn Foundation (a registered not-for-profit Society
c. The intern is expected to be based at site location and have maximum field exposure,
d. The intern is expected to understand the job requirement and deliver with a concrete output which is measurable.
e. The internship would be for 6-8 weeks
f. Based on the performance the internship duration may be increased or can be terminated
g. There is a strict non-smoking, non-drinking policy on all facilities and needs very strict adherence
h. The intern should be ready to move (commute locally) as per the requirement of the project.
• Reporting and Project Guidance: Sidharth Balakrishna
Performance Evaluation:
• The intern would be measured clearly on the set effort as well as result indicators from his assigned job.
• At the end of the session (internship duration), the intern is expected to make a presentation of the key finding and his contribution to the senior management.
• On successful completion of the internship, the final report will need to be submitted.
• Post submission of final report, the intern will be award a certificate from Cairn Foundation
Job Description for:

A. Safe drinking water initiative and Sanitation
The intern is expected to develop an understanding about the project and contribute his share in the following manner –
a. Under Demand Creation –
The intern would be very closely working with the implementing partner field team to ensure-
i. Awareness creation
ii. Increasing the customer registration
iii. Increasing water sales
iv. To drive distribution mechanism for increase sales and ensuring better penetration for community reach.
v. Ensuring IEC activities are carried out effectively .
vi. Driving usage of constructed toilets
vii. Overseeing work of the partner agencies

b. Strategic Communication –
i. The intern would be responsible to suggest best practices that can be implemented on ground to improve the project impact,
ii. The intern would be responsible to suggest innovative measures to improve project visibility, awareness and community ownership for the project.

c. Monitoring, Documentation and Reporting –
i. The intern will be responsible to develop a monitoring mechanism (as well as indicators) to ensure project progress,
ii. The intern would be responsible to visit all the operational plants to report the project performance. Based on the field inputs, suggest measure to improve performance.
iii. The intern shall be submitting a weekly report highlighting his contribution to the project.]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Mon, 28 Nov 2016 11:59:05 +0000
Re: WSUP Consultancy Call: Situation analysis of the urban sanitation sector in three countries (Bangladesh, Ghana and Kenya) - by: reynolds I am from Ghana and currently in Ghana. I would be grateful if i could be part of this research opportunity.
Thank you for your cooperation.]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Wed, 23 Nov 2016 11:20:26 +0000
Re: Looking for a job in WASH? - Check out Josh’s Water Jobs - by: Mackjo
Congratulations for the good work done.
We are ready to receive all job advertisements.

With regards!

Dr. Joseph Makaya
University of Ouagadougou
Burkina Faso]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Mon, 21 Nov 2016 13:23:30 +0000
WSUP Research Call: Scoping study for development of a sanitation investment planning tool (Bangladesh) - by: Guy Scoping study for development of a sanitation investment planning tool (Bangladesh)

Budget: Up to £80,000 including costs and all taxes inclusive of VAT
Release date: 18 November 2016
Deadline for bids: Sunday 11 December 2016 at UK 2400 hours

WSUP seeks a research institution or other research partner to carry out an urgent piece of research in Bangladesh. We are looking for a research team who can carry out high-quality work that is rooted in and useful to the local policy context, but that also leads to publication of findings in a respected peer-reviewed journal. Lead bidders may be based in Bangladesh or outside Bangladesh.

BACKGROUND: This Call forms part of the first set of Calls released under WSUP’s Urban Sanitation Research Programme 2016-2020, core-funded by UKaid from the Department for International Development (Research & Evidence Division, RED). This first set of Calls is for three small pieces of start-up research; further Calls are anticipated in 2017, following more extensive processes of in-country consultation. Since this is urgent start-up research, we note that the basic design is relatively constrained at the Call stage; future Calls may be more open in scope. Further, the research topics in this first Call are not necessarily indicative of focus topics in subsequent Calls.

AIMS: This research project will be a preliminary study to assess what type of sanitation investment planning tool might be of value to support sanitation improvements for low-income urban communities. The research will be carried out in the example context of Rangpur, a city of about 0.7m people in northern Bangladesh.

TIMELINES: This is urgent in view of WSUP’s desire to start up three small pieces of research immediately within the wider programme. Final deliverables are due 31 August 2017, but an inception report and a preliminary report are due 30 January 2017, and an interim report is due 15 April 2017. Thus this work will require rapid start-up.

DEADLINE: Bids are due before midnight (UK 2400 hours) of Sunday 11 December 2016.

Please send bids (as per format indicated in Call) to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it by Sunday, 11 December 2016 at UK 2400 hours. We are aware that this is a tight timeline, but we note that bid format is simple and non-onerous. We are happy to respond to clarification queries before bid submission: for more details and the full Research Call, see the WSUP website.]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Fri, 18 Nov 2016 16:23:31 +0000
In French: Mali: Stages d'activité (internships) - by: CNCIEPA
Dans l’intérêt de contribuer au renforcement des ressources humaines dans le secteur de l’Eau Potable et l’Assainissement (EAPA) la CN-CIEPA/WASH offre des stages d’activité aux jeunes professionnels.

Ces stages permettront aux stagiaires de se familiariser avec le milieu professionnel dans le secteur de l’Eau Potable et l’Assainissement et d'y mettre en application leurs connaissances. Mais aussi de valider et préciser leur projet professionnel ou encore de prendre des contacts pour se constituer son réseau professionnel.

Vous trouverez les TdR sur ce lien:…/contact/jobs/

Envoyez votre candidature par e-mail à contact(a), objet : stage d’activité]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Thu, 17 Nov 2016 15:12:08 +0000
In French: Chargé/e de la mise en œuvre de la stratégie de communication / responsable des relations publiques (Mali) - by: CNCIEPA
Votre Mission:
Le/La responsable des relations publiques veille à la mise en œuvre de la stratégie et du plan de communication de la CN-CIEPA/WASH.
Les tâches spécifiques sont :
• rédiger le bulletin bimensuel (newsletter) de la
• participer aux réunions d’équipe
• rédiger et/ou corriger tous textes publicitaires
• contrôler le respect de la charte graphique (signatures
e-Mail, modèles, etc.)
• veiller à la conformité des images
• briguer une langue accessible à tous (langue facile)
• actualiser régulièrement la page web et
tenir à jour la page facebook de la CN-CIEPA/WASH
• archiver les photos
• resauter avec des journalistes
• surveiller le processus de production des matériels Relations
Publiques (auto-collants, support publicitaire)
• collecter tous les articles de presse sur la CN-CIEPA/WASH
• actualiser le plan de communication, assurer son application
et fournir un rapport d’évaluation à la fin de l’année

Votre Profil :
• Niveau minimum d’instruction : Diplôme universitaire; formation
en relation avec la communication ou tout autre domaine
• Une expérience minimale de deux ans dans le domaine de la
presse, de la communication publique ou de la communication
dans le domaine de l’Eau Potable
• Haute compétence de communication et de rédaction des
textes; de l’ élaboration des documents et d’ autres produits
• Excellente maitrise orale et écrite de la langue française; bonne
connaissance de la langue anlaise ; une maitrise de la langue
allemande serait un atout
• Excellente maîtrise de MS Office (Word, Publisher, Powerpoint)
et de l’utilisation pratique des moyens de télécommunication

Période : Janvier, mars, mai, juillet, septembre, novembre 2017.
Honoraires : 70 000 F CFA / mois

Le dossier de candidature doit comprendre:
rriculum vitae, lettre de candidature, copies scannées des diplômes ;

Envoyez votre candidature par e-mail à contact(a)…/contact/jobs/]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Thu, 17 Nov 2016 15:10:27 +0000
SEI Senior Project Manager SuSanA Phase 3 Development - by: arno SEI Senior Project Manager SuSanA Phase 3 Development

Monday, 14 November 2016 12:11

Duration: 3 years to Dec 2019 (6 months’ probation period); contract subject to extension by the funder in Oct 2017 based on satisfactory project performance
Salary range: Competitive salary and benefits package, commensurate with experience
Start date: February 2017
Location: Nairobi, Kenya
Application deadline: 4 December 2016
Open to: Applicants worldwide

SEI’s Africa Centre seeks a Senior Project Manager during the 3-year period of support provided by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to further develop the Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA), a global knowledge management platform: and
The successful candidate will lead the consortium, report to the SEI Africa Centre Director for local operations and liaise with the SuSanA project team at SEI Stockholm.

This position is open to candidates from the global South (Africa, Latin America and Asia). i.e. the majority of worktime and personal life in one or more developing countries.

About the SuSanA project
This knowledge management platform development project is led by Stockholm Environment Institute and implemented by a consortium that includes the German International Development Cooperation Agency (GIZ), WaterAid and Oxfam, as well as specialized additional consultants.

The project will have three key outcomes:
Improved use of SuSanA Platform by identified target groups, through a clear communications plan and platform improvements;
Demonstrable improvements in the impact that use of the SuSanA Platform has on members’ work in sanitation;
Strengthened governance and institutional sustainability of SuSanA as reflected in an operational plan that includes a plan for funding the budget needed to assure the future of SuSanA.

Job responsibilities
Project leadership and operational responsibility;
Frequent internal communications and meetings within the consortium to monitor progress and to steer the project – following work plans for each consortium member;
Day to day Project Management assisted by SEI employees;
Assistance in writing of the Communications Strategy and Implementation Plan;
Assistance in implementation of the above plan;
Liaison with the SuSanA secretariat (along with the Project Senior Advisor);
Strategic outreach with SuSanA partners to build linkages and collaborations (in a chosen region eg East Africa);
Building of alliances with future funding sources for SuSanA;
Co-chair of the Project Advisory Board (alongside co-chair SuSanA Secretariat);
Representation of the project to provide senior and high profile exposure targeted according to the Communications Strategy;
Collaboration with the Secretariat in executing networking campaigns in the new SuSanA regional chapters (India and MENA); and
Liaison with the Gates Foundation

Essential qualifications
Masters or Ph.D. in sanitation or a related field (NOTE: a Master’s degree must be complemented by a minimum of five years of experience in a strong implementation, research or policy organization);
Fluency in spoken and written English;
Proven experience and dedicated interest in knowledge management and communications;
Proven experience working in the thematic areas of sanitation, hygiene or water in the global South;
Proven experience in policy-relevant and interdisciplinary research;
Experience and proven ability to work in international, multi-disiplinary research teams;
Proven track record of managing programmes;
Knowledge and capability to analyse policies and programmes in the context of sanitation governance;
Ability to prepare articles, policy briefs, working papers and other publications;
Ability to coordinate workshops, manage publications and supervise interns;
Ability to represent SEI at a senior level at formal meetings with partner organisations;
Ability to work independently, without much instruction from the management, as well as being comfortable working in international teams in a virtual environment, both as team leader and as team member; and
Excellent oral and written communication and presentation skills for both technical and public audiences.

Desirable attributes
Familiarity with SuSanA and other similar knowledge and communities of practice;
Fluency or working ability in French, Spanish and/or other relevant languages;
Experience liaising with funding agencies;
Experience in capacity-building activities;
Track record of publications on sanitation, hygiene and/or water issues in peer-reviewed journals and/or scientific reports; and
Comfortable with detailed analysis and fieldwork to support research.

Please submit your application on line:

Applications sent via e-mail will not be accepted. Applications must be written in English and arrive at SEI as soon as possible but no later than the 4th of December, 2016. Attachments must be in PDF or Word format and should consist of a cover letter (maximum 1 page) and a CV.

Inquiries concerning the content of the position can be directed to Kim Andersson ( or or Stacey Noel, SEI Africa Centre Director (]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Tue, 15 Nov 2016 09:37:08 +0000
Auburn-TERI UNIVERSITY NSF Assistantship (India) - by: nityajacob This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Deadline for submission is November 30, 2016 with interviews to follow in early December 2016. For additional information on the project for this assistantship see:

For additional information on AuburnUniversity see
and for TERI University see]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Fri, 11 Nov 2016 03:46:55 +0000
UNOPS in Saint Lucia is currently looking for a Site Engineer for the Dennery North Water Project - by: AquaVerde

To apply and get information about the minimum requirements, please visit:

Only online applications will be accepted. The deadline for application is 24 November 2016.

In case you require any additional information, then please contact Marta Beltran Perez at cell: +1 758 723 1710 or e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Wed, 09 Nov 2016 00:47:49 +0000
WASH jobs, consultancies and tenders (26) (week of 8/11/16) - by: JoshuaNewton WASH jobs:

1) WASH and Consortium Advisor – Croix-Rouge Française (Beirut): 17 November

2) Portuguese speakers: WASH Program Manager – People in Need (Angola): Until filled

3) Crisis Response WASH Coordinator – FHI 360 (Nigeria): Until filled

4) WASH Specialist – UNICEF (Sudan): 21 November

5) Head of Department (WASH) – ACF (South Sudan): Until filled

6) Head of WASH and Wealth – WaterAid (Uganda): 16 November

7) Head of Voice and Accountability – WaterAid (Uganda): 16 November

8 Head of Institutional strengthening – WaterAid (Uganda): 16 November

9) Head of Finance and Grants – WaterAid (Uganda): 16 November

10) Funding Coordinator – WaterAid (Nigeria): 18 November

11) Director of Programmes – WaterAid (Nigeria): 18 November

12) Director of Business Development and Strategy – WaterAid (Nigeria): 18 November

13) Kenya Research and Policy Lead – WSUP (Nairobi): 25 November

14) Ghana Research and Policy Specialist – WSUP (Accra): 28 November

15) Bangladesh Research and Policy Specialist – WSUP (Dhaka): 21 November

16) Un Référent Technique Opérationnel (EHA) – ACF (Paris): Until filled

17) WASH Assistant – IRC (Somalia): Until filled

WASH consultancies:

18) New WASH Business Consultant – PSI (Washington DC): Until filled

19) Support to the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the WASH Bottleneck Analysis Tool (BAT) – UNICEF (New York): 16 November

20) Situation Analysis of the Urban Sanitation Sector (Bangladesh, Ghana, Kenya) – WSUP (Various): 17 November

21) Senior Advisor to SWA Secretariat (WASH) – UNICEF (Home-based): 26 November

22) 2017 SWA High level meetings facilitator (WASH) – UNICEF (Home-based): 18 November

23) Technical advisor (Communications, WASH) – UNICEF (Home-based): 18 November

24) Evaluation of Urban WASH Sector Functionality in WSUP Programme Countries (2016-2020) – WSUP (Home-based w/travel): 25 November

WASH tenders:

25) Analysis of factors influencing implementation of municipal regulation requiring landlords to provide acceptable sanitation for tenants (Ghana) – WSUP (Home-based w/travel to Ghana): 27 November

26) Analysis of factors influencing willingness of non-poor water customers in Kenyan cities to pay a pro-poor sanitation surcharge – WSUP (Home-based): 27 November

For a complete list of active water-related jobs, please visit Josh's Water Jobs]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Tue, 08 Nov 2016 12:01:21 +0000
WSUP Consultancy Call: Situation analysis of the urban sanitation sector in three countries (Bangladesh, Ghana and Kenya) - by: Guy Situation analysis of the urban sanitation sector in three countries (Bangladesh, Ghana, Kenya)

Budget: Up to £50,000 including expenses and all taxes inclusive of VAT
Release date: 3 November 2016
Deadline for bids: Thursday, 17 November 2016 at UK 2400 hours

WSUP’s Evaluation, Research and Learning (ERL) team is looking for a Consultant to produce high-quality situation analyses of the urban sanitation sector in three countries (Bangladesh, Ghana, Kenya), primarily on the basis of detailed literature review and skype/email consultation. The main deliverables will be three written documents, each of around 15 main-text pages, produced to publication-ready standard with strong attention to readability and clear layout. Anticipated day allocations are generous to allow for high-quality work; bidders will be required to convincingly demonstrate how they will achieve a product with high levels of accuracy and cogent analysis. This is an urgent contract, with start-up required as soon as possible (ideally November 2016) and significant first-phase deliverable by 15 January 2017. Participation in one-day workshops in each of the three countries, in February 2017, will be required. Final reports will be required by 30 March 2017. In recognition of tight timelines, bid format has been designed to be simple and non-onerous. Budget will be up to GBP 50,000 inclusive of all costs (including travel expenses) and all taxes inclusive of VAT.

Please send bids (as per format indicated in Terms of Reference) to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it by Thursday, 17 November 2016 at UK 2400 hours. We are very happy to respond to clarification queries of any sort prior to bid submission, before UK 1000 hours on Wednesday 16th November (though certainly we would expect to receive most clarification queries earlier than this).

Please see the WSUP website for more details including the full Terms of Reference.]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Fri, 04 Nov 2016 11:24:34 +0000
Innovation Hub for Urban WASH Solutions Project - by: nityajacob
The primary goal of the initiative will be to improve urban WASH sector performance through incubation and acceleration of innovative solutions, technologies, programs and service delivery models within a collaborative framework. A core element of the initiative is to build partnerships with and between public, government (national/state/local), civil society, private sector stakeholders, academia, donors, etc. dedicated to establishing shared visions and improving WASH outcomes, as well as facilitating knowledge sharing among cities, states and national platforms.

The Innovation Hub will create an enabling ecosystem where an ethos of innovative experiments and learning-by-doing is combined with evidence-based strategic planning and the lab-to-land approach. As part of this project, it is proposed to set-up a National Innovation Hub to support the project planning, implementation and monitoring activities; and help achieving the goals of the project. The project shall be piloted in 3 cities in 3 different states in India, over a period of 3 years.

There are five vacancies for this project. Please see the attachments for more information.]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Wed, 02 Nov 2016 07:36:14 +0000
New WASH jobs and consultancies (29) (1/11/16) - by: JoshuaNewton
1) Water and Sanitation Engineer Team Leader and Co-ordinator for Global Humanitarian Register – Oxfam GB (Various): 13 November

2) Field Support Team (FST) (WASH Information Management Officer) – Norwegian Church Aid (Geneva): 6 November

3) Field Support Team (WASH Cluster Coordinator) – ACF (Various): Until filled

4) Chief of Party/Program Director, University of Colorado-Boulder/USAID's Sustainable WASH Systems (Boulder, CO or Washington, DC): Until filled

5) WASH Specialist – UNICEF (Ethiopia): 7 November

6) French speakers: WASH Specialist – UNICEF (Haiti): 4 November

7) WASH Advisor – Palladium (Sierra Leone): 11 November

8 WASH Expert – Welthungerhilfe (Iraq): 11 November

9) WASH Program Manager (Cholera response) – ACF (Yemen): Until filled

10) Emergency Programme Manager WASH (SURGE) – Concern (Various): 13 November

11) WASH Manager – Norwegian Church Aid (Iraq): 13 November

12) Regional WASH Technical Expert – Norwegian Church Aid (Jordan): 15 November

13) WASH Cluster Co-Coordinator – NRC (South Sudan): 11 November

14) Programme Development Manager (Shelter & WASH) – NRC (Tanzania): 18 November

15) French speakers: Responsable Programme EHA – Solidarités International (Mali): Until filled

16) Assessment Specialist (Global WASH Cluster) – IMPACT Initiatives (Geneva): 11 November

17) French speakers: WASH Specialist – UNICEF (Madagascar): 12 November

18) WASH Technical Advisor – Oxfam GB (Sierra Leone): 10 November

19) French speakers: Coordonateur WASH – Oxfam GB (Haiti): 6 November

20) WASH Enterprise Specialist – Oxfam GB (Manila): 4 November

21) French speakers: WASH Public Health Promoter – Oxfam GB (Barcelona): 30 November

22) Mid-Level Program Specialist (WASH) – ME&A (Washington DC): 7 November

23) Program Manager II (Shelter/WASH) – CRS (Iraq): Until filled

24) Senior WASH in Emergencies Manager – IRC (Nigeria): Until filled

WASH consultancies:

25) Request for proposals on Supply Chain WASH – WaterAid (Home-based): 13 November

26) Spanish speakers: Asistente Técnico de apoyo al Proyecto Resiliencia Sector ASH en emergencia – UNICEF (Dominican Republic): 9 November

27) Consultant/s required for Final Evaluation: "Inspiring Healthy Communities: Integrating Health, Water Supply, and Market Interventions to Build Resilience" – ACF (Home-based w/travel): 7 November

28) WASH Information Management Consultant – UNICEF (Zimbabwe): 11 November

29) Consultancy: Data analyst for assessing inequalities in WASH – UNICEF (New York): 15 November

For a complete list of water-related jobs, please go to]]>
Jobs, consultancies, internships Tue, 01 Nov 2016 14:02:08 +0000