Oxfam is an international agency of 17 organizations working together in 94 countries and with partners and allies around the world to find lasting solutions to poverty and injustice. In Vietnam, Oxfam is recognized as one of the leading international NGOs, especially in rural development, disaster risk reduction and humanitarian response, civil society development, ethnic minorities, and women’s empowerment.
Oxfam Novib is member of the Oxfam International confederation and started programs in Vietnam since the early 1990s. Together with other Oxfam affiliates we implement one Oxfam country program, to increase our impact.
Job Opening: Coordinator, Public Sector Partnerships, WWF-Greater Mekong
The Greater Mekong region is one of the biologically richest places on the planet; its varied natural resources support the livelihoods and well-being of millions of people in mainland Southeast Asia. WWF-Greater Mekong (GM) – on the ground in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam – is working to conserve the region’s biodiversity and build a secure and sustainable future for people and wildlife.
FHI 360 is an international non-governmental organization that works with the Vietnam Ministry of Health, Ministry of Agricultural and Rural Development and other ministries, provincial health services, and local non-government organizations to promote the health and well-being of the Vietnamese population, particularly vulnerable and disenfranchised groups.
Duty Station: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Start date: 15 February, 2016 Application due: ongoing
The Communications Coordinator’s responsibility is to enhance AIP Foundation’s reputation and visibility. The role reports directly to the Communications Manager (CM) and will be the point person for the following communications: newsletters, press releases, websites, social media, English language editing, and campaign development and fundraising support. The responsibilities listed are inclusive, but not exhaustive, of the role.
ActionAid is an international development agency whose aim is to fight poverty worldwide. Founded in the United Kingdom in 1972, for over 40 years, ActionAid works to support the poorest and most excluded people in 47 countries in Africa, Asia and the Americas in securing their rights and eradicating poverty.
In Vietnam, ActionAid operates in provinces in mountainous and remote regions, in the fields of education, women’s rights, disaster preparedness, climate change, governance and food rights.
Along with the economic reform, agricultural sector contributed greatly to exports and economic growth in Vietnam. However, the intensive agricultural development brought also considerable environmental challenges. Issues such as deforestation, groundwater depletion, overuse of agrochemicalsand etc will need to be addressed at a landscape scale to sustain high sustainable production and trade into the future and to allow for future economic prosperity in the region. There seems to be a compelling business case for private sector, government and local farmers to tackle these challenges collectively.