Support on Architectural Drawing of a Resource Centre Using AutoCAD
Mission and objectives
Morobe Development Foundation Inc. is a leading Community based Group base in Lae Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea who has the vision to help young people reach their full potential by utilizing their hidden talents in community development initiatives so they can realize their potentail and become a role model in the community. MDF was established to address a broader and more diverse range of objectives and work through the use of dance, music and drama, MDF’s primary aim is to ensure that women participate equally in decision making in any project undertaken, including projects related to Ending Violence against Women, and promoting Human Rights with a aim to support the Government and UN their Development Goals. MDF in collaboration with the United Nations Volunteering Program (UNVP) has also undertaken various scientific research studies related to the environment - forest cover loss, land use land cover change, the influence of various parameters on surface waters, and coastal shoreline turtle habitat loss. These projects included the participation of various experts and researchers from diverse fields across various countries across the globe - ranging from marine biology, biodiversity conservation, PNG community management, remote sensing, and land use policy among various others. MDF is managed by a management committee, which is made up of the Chairman, the Deputy Chairman, Secretary, the Treasurer, the Project Coordinator, Community Development Officer, and a male and female member of the foundation, and ensures that women participate equally in decision making. We at MDF assert that we have the required skill sets, knowledge, established international network, and the necessary foundational work to undertake projects successfully.
MDF with the funding support from donors is planning to construct a Resource Centre at a protected reserve area in Huon District Papua New Guinea and urgently needed the support of two Online Volunteers who have experience in drawing using AutoCAD or any software to come up with a drawing plan which will be used to construct the Resource Centre. The project is in line with MDF's objective which is to support community development projects in rural Papua New Guinea and satisfy the UN development Goals and priority.
The task will require the service of two Online Volunteers who have experience and knowledge in Architectural Drawing, who can use AutoCAD or any appropriate software to draw a ) side view b) top view c) front view and the floor plan of a Resource Centre. The two Online Volunteers will be communicating with the focal contact person for the Foundation who provide information to enable the completion of the task. The two Online Volunteers will be awarded with certificates immediately after the completion of the task.