The Centre for Community Socio-Economic and environmental Development (CSEED) is a Vietnamese NGO established in January 2006 under the decision of Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Associations (VUSTA).
Our mission is to support sustainable livelihoods and environment development in targeted vulnerable and marginalized communities.
CSEED is looking for qualified Vietnamese to fill in the two following positions:
MCC is a North America based non-governmental organization that does relief, development, and peace and justice work in 65 countries. MCC has been involved in community development efforts in Viet Nam for more than 55 years. Currently, community development work is focused in Vinh Phuc and Phu Tho Provinces.
We are now looking for a Project Officer (PO) to work with water and sanitation in project areas. This position will last for 6 months, but there is a possibility to extend for a longer period of time.
Reports To: The Program Manager Location: Hanoi, with travel to project sites Starting: October 1, 2012
Center for Studies and Applied Sciences in Gender – Family - Women and Adolescents (CSAGA) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization which was founded in 2001. CSAGA’s mission is to promote the implementation of the rights of women and children who are vulnerable to violence and discrimination in Vietnam through innovative approaches.
CSAGA is looking for 01 Project Officer for the project Promote social responsibilities to prevent gender based violence. Please find the Terms of Reference for more details.
Malteser International is implementing a Natural Resource Protection Program in Tay Giang district, Central Vietnam co-financed by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development. The program aims at “Promoting preservation and sustainable use of forests in Tay Giang district”. For the implementation of this program Malteser International is looking for an experienced Project Officer.
As a project officer, you will be responsible for the organization, implementation and monitoring of project activities at district and commune level.
1.Organization and implementation of project activities in district level:
Save the Children, the world’s largest independent organization for children, delivers immediate and lasting improvements to children’s lives all over the world.
Save the Children (SC) works to promote every child’s rights to survival, protection, participation and development as set forth in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. The current programme focuses on the following core sectors: Health and Nutrition; HIV/AIDS prevention; Care and support; Education; Child protection; Child-focused emergency preparedness and response; Child rights agenda, including Civil society development, Economic opportunities, Child poverty Research, and Advocacy for child-friendly development policy and practice.