200+ jobs to make a difference for Refugees

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by Impactpool

Published on: 1 January 2014

Do you truly want to make an impact? Many of our partner organizations (UNHCR, NRC, IOM, ICRC, UNICEF, DRC, UNRWA) urgently needs motivated and qualified candiates. See this list of current vacancies aiming to protect and support the wellbeing of refugees worldwide. Learn about the amazing work these organizations do and see if you match any of the profiles they are seeking.

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The World is facing its biggest humanitarian crisis since the second world war. Many of our partner organizations such as UNHCR, NRC, IOM, UNICEF, ICRC, DRC, UNRWA urgently needs motivated and qualified candiates. Do you truly want to make a difference? See this list of current vacancies aiming to protect and support the wellbeing of refugees worldwide. Learn about the amazing work these organizations do and see if you match any of the profiles they are seeking.
More than 65 Millions are forcibly displaced worldwide, among them are 20 million refugees, over half of whom are under the age of 18, according to United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR). Conflict and persecution forces an average of 42,500 persons per day to leave their homes and seek protection elsewhere, either within their countries or in other countries.Please also read our guide how to get involved in the humanitarian crisis ! Please share:

How can I help refugees? Learn how to get involved

UNjobfinder also wants to show our support by presenting the below list of vacancies in International Organizations that are all in need of highly motivated and talented job seekers in different areas and locations:

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Photo:BibiBidi settlement in northern Uganda is the fastest growing refugee settlement in the world. Opened in August it already counts more than 210,000 refugees. By EU/ECHO/Anouk Delafortrie, Flickr CC

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