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Mercy Corps Kotido, Uganda
10/01/2021
Full time
Job Category: Programming Requisition Number : PROJE01480 Description Program / Department Summary Girls Improving Resilience through Livelihoods (GIRL) is a three-year, 10-million-dollar program to be implemented in Kenya, Uganda and Haiti that seeks to improve the well-being of adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) by increasing their access to skills and knowledge, health resources, formal education and economic opportunities. GIRL also fosters an enabling environment by working with communities to transform unhealthy social norms and create opportunities for girls to access education and economic opportunities. Key to GIRL is a robust learning and research agenda that reaches across three countries to contribute to the evidence base on what works to secure access to opportunities for adolescent girls within the most marginalized communities and to better understand their contribution to household resilience. This evidence...

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NO, a job interview is not a suspect cross-examination, it’s a two-way conversation that is commonly initiated by the interviewer, as a candidate, it is generally acceptable for you to ask questions never fear a single bit. When your turn comes, don’t shy away like you know everything about the job you are being interviewed for or the details about the company, put your interviewer to the task too.  Yes, during some...
You remember the common love catch line “never too busy for you!” Let’s assume Mary (the girlfriend) asked if she could meet up for lunch with Peter (the boyfriend). Peter could respond – “am never too busy for you my dear” this implies that Peter can make time for Mary no matter the circumstance and this is simply because it's among his priorities likewise, if Peter is not interested in Mary,...
Employers don’t put all their eggs in one basket. They normally interview a number of candidates before choosing their best then why should you a job seeker put your eggs in one basket where you make one job application and wait. You might feel you’re the ‘perfect’ candidate for this job, there is no way anyone else would have more or better experience than you, the company would be mad not to hire you, etc. All of...
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