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How to Succeed in Humanitarian Employment By Adi Walker, Bryan Walker, Richard Walker
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While government and non-government agencies employ permanent staff, the random nature of humanitarian work means, inevitably, that many employees and consultants will be on short–term... More > contracts. Some will have to start searching for their next post almost as soon as they begin the current one. Others, however willing, find it difficult even to enter the humanitarian field as so many posts require prior experience. This book will help altruistic people enter humanitarian employment and, those who are already there, to move on and upwards. As disasters increase in frequency and complexity so does the need for voluntary and humanitarian workers. Post-disaster development also requires people who are expert and experienced in emergency prevention, relief, and rehabilitation processes. If you wish to spend your life with more satisfaction than money can buy, please start here.< Less
Become happy successful and humanitarian vision By Lino Benza
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Your life will become easy and successful. Contain the lesson from worldwide guru. You are special. The author is United Nations former worker and had financial responsability inside the... More > Organization.< Less
All In Diary -5th edition By Linda Richardson and Gill Price
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Essential guide to humanitarian good practice. This 5th edition of All In Diary is packed full of the most up-to-date information and recommendations for further reading.
The importance of HR management in supporting staff working in hazardous environments By Christine Williamson
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With statistics showing that nearly one third of deaths of humanitarian aid workers occur in the first three months of duty, it is vital that organisations place the utmost importance on ensuring the... More > physical and emotional well-being of staff before, during and on completion of their assignment. As an area where security management and legislation ultimately converge, People In Aid recognises the critical role which HR management plays in emphasising the importance of duty of care. Maintaining a high standard of staff care is an essential duty for any HR department, therefore it is vital that human resource professionals in the humanitarian aid and security sector are involved in the design and implementation of risk management policies and practices. The report makes a highly important contribution to reducing the costs to which NGOs and their staff are regularly affected by and is essential reading for HR Managers within the humanitarian and development sector.< Less
All In Diary - 5ème édition française By Linda Richardson and Gill Price
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Guide essentiel pour les bonne pratique humanitairesonnes . Cette 5ème édition de All In Diary est rempli de l'information la plus à jour et des recommandations pour davantage de... More > lecture .< Less
Is God Dead Yet? I hope so! By Dale A. Johnson
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This is a memoir of the author's experiences in Iraq during the war years, in China during the student revolt, South Africa at the end of apartheid, and Haiti after the quake of 2010. The author is a... More > linguist, humanitarian, missionary priest, and human rights worker. These passions have connected him to historical forces of the last 60 years.< Less
Is God Dead Yet? I hope so! By Dale A. Johnson
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This is a memoir of the author's experiences in Iraq during the war years, in China during the student revolt, South Africa at the end of apartheid, and Haiti after the quake of 2010. The author is a... More > linguist, humanitarian, missionary priest, and human rights worker. These passions have connected him to historical forces of the last 60 years.< Less
Reflections from Africa By Chad Northington
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Several years ago Chad and Tiffany embarked on an incredible journey that eventually led them to Cameroon, Africa where they served with the national church in providing clean water, health care and... More > hope to the Cameroonian people through sustainable, transformational development. During their time there, they stood before kings, sat with lepers and slept with refugees. They are ordinary people following extraordinary commands to love our God and love our neighbor. This book is a collection of cultural and spiritual reflections gathered over the course of their first year in Africa. It is their hope that these reflections will serve as encouragement, instruction and entertainment for anyone considering an experience in a developing country in the role of a development worker, humanitarian or missionary.< Less
Reflections from Africa By Chad Northington
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Several years ago Chad and Tiffany embarked on an incredible journey that eventually led them to Cameroon, Africa where they served with the national church in providing clean water, health care and... More > hope to the Cameroonian people through sustainable, transformational development. During their time there, they stood before kings, sat with lepers and slept with refugees. They are ordinary people following extraordinary commands to love our God and love our neighbor. This book is a collection of cultural and spiritual reflections gathered over the course of their first year in Africa. It is their hope that these reflections will serve as encouragement, instruction and entertainment for anyone considering an experience in a developing country in the role of a development worker, humanitarian or missionary.< Less
Reflections from Africa By Chad Northington
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Several years ago Chad and Tiffany embarked on an incredible journey that eventually led them to Cameroon, Africa where they served with the national church in providing clean water, health care and... More > hope to the Cameroonian people through sustainable, transformational development. During their time there, they stood before kings, sat with lepers and slept with refugees. They are ordinary people following extraordinary commands to love our God and love our neighbor. This book is a collection of cultural and spiritual reflections gathered over the course of their first year in Africa. It is their hope that these reflections will serve as encouragement, instruction and entertainment for anyone considering an experience in a developing country in the role of a development worker, humanitarian or missionary.< Less