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Webinar: WFP FIT pool Finance and Monitoring & Evaluation

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by Impactpool
in partnership with WFP

Meet Us to Explore Opportunities in Finance and Monitoring & Evaluation at the World Food Programme | #Connect.Learn.Share

Join our #Connect.Learn.Share event, a unique setting for in-depth, interactive and engaging dialogue for both Finance and M&E professionals who are interested in joining WFP.

Register to attend the live event on March 8, 2022 at 3 PM CET and/or to receive the recording. 

During this one-hour live event you will have the opportunity to:

  • Learn more about WFP and the Talent Acquisition FIT Pool initiative.
  • Connect with our Finance Officers and Monitoring and Evaluation Officers to understand their FIT Pool journey and current roles at WFP.
  • Q&A session – Let’s hear from you!
     

Original photo copyright: WFP/Jamal Penjweny

Join us and help create that great workplace culture as we help the world get to Zero Hunger” – David Beasley, WFP Executive Director

The United Nations World Food Programme is the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate. WFP is the world’s largest humanitarian organization, saving lives in emergencies and using food assistance to build a pathway to peace, stability and prosperity for people recovering from conflict, disasters and the impact of climate change.

Over the last few years, The Future International Talent (FIT) Pool, has been an important roster initiative in the search and pre-selection of highly qualified, dynamic professionals of all levels, to join the WFP family and contribute to the achievement of Zero Hunger.

 

Date: March 8, 2022
Time: 3 PM Central European Time (see the time in your timezone)

Watch the recording

 

PANELISTS:

WFP Alain Kaniki Kamanga

 

Alain KANIKI KAMANGA is WFP's Finance Officer in Addis-Ababa/Ethiopia Country Office. He has more than 15 years of professional experience in Administration and Finance both at local and international level including various assignments in several countries and Regional Bureaux such as: Chad, DRC, Rwanda, RBD, RBP and more recently has worked as Consultant Finance Officer in the FINF (Finance Transformation and Field Support Branch) at HQ. 

 

WFP Emmanuel Hakizimfura

 

Emmanuel HAKIZIMFURA is a development economist with extensive experience in impact evaluations, applied research, monitoring and evaluation. In 2020, Emmanuel joined the World Food Programme (WFP) Mali Country Office as Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Officer (Head of M&E Unit). In his career, he worked on and led research and evaluation undertakings covering Côte d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Djibouti, Ireland, Madagascar, Mauritania, Chad, Rwanda, amongst others.

 

WFP Joanna Saidy

 

Joanna SAIDY is WFP’s Talent Acquisition Manager overseeing the International Professional recruitment processes and is based in the Rome headquarters.  Before WFP Joanna worked in the Advertising industry in New York in talent acquisition, leading projects and initiatives to improve the effectiveness of the recruitment model. 

 
ABOUT THE FIT POOL:

The Future International Talent Pool (FIT Pool) is an excellent opportunity for a professional international career within WFP. WFP is building a pool of highly qualified and dynamic talents interested in serving in any of the 80 countries where WFP operates. Qualifying for the FIT Pool gives you priority to be considered for vacant Fixed Term positions anywhere in the world and consequently to commence your global journey in the humanitarian world.

More information about the FIT pool

 

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