The Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) began working in Afghanistan in 1996 when it started distributing food aid during the country civil war. Since 2002, AKDN and its partners have committed over US$1 billion in development assistance to the country. The Network integrated approach combines economic, social and cultural inputs. Its economic projects span over 240 cities and towns in the country 34 provinces. Its social development and humanitarian work is focused in 61 districts in seven provinces, impacting over 3 million people. Its cultural programmes, which operate in Kabul, Herat, Balkh and Badakhshan, have restored over 90 historic buildings.
|Aga Khan Foundation|
|Expire on :2021-08-17| Location:Kabul | Job Numbers:1|
|University Degree (Masters) in humanitarian affairs, education, social science, development studies or any other field related to research and learning. At least 5 years of progressively responsible professional experience in monitoring and evaluation, action research and learning or reporting. Good command of English, verbal and written. Able to work in unstable and uncertain environments, independently and in a team. Strong cross-cultural co...|
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