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UN Careers-Tally Assistant


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2 Year
Bachelor Degree

Short Information:

  • Organization: WFP
  • Location: Laos
  • Type: Full Time
  • Job Title: Tally Assistant
  • Close on:  14 Mar 2023

About Organization

The World Food Programme (WFP) is a United Nations agency that was established in 1961. Its primary mission is to combat hunger and malnutrition around the world by providing food assistance and promoting sustainable development.

WFP operates in more than 80 countries and provides assistance to approximately 80 million people annually. Its activities include emergency response to natural disasters and conflicts, as well as longer-term food assistance programs that aim to improve food security and promote economic development.

In addition to its food assistance programs, WFP also works to strengthen national and local food systems, promote social protection measures, and support education and nutrition programs. The organization is funded by voluntary donations from governments, private sector partners, and individuals, and operates with the goal of achieving a world with zero hunger.

About UN Careers-Tally Assistant

To maximize accuracy and efficiency of commodity management, tally goods and aid in stacking and physical inventory tasks.

  • Understand and convey the Strategic Objectives: develops knowledge of the strategic goals of the WFP.
  • Be a catalyst for change by going about your daily chores and obligations with a positive outlook.
  • Make the task motivating for our team: comprehends how WFP initiatives affect the communities who benefit.
  • Make our mission apparent in all that we do: connects individual duties and responsibilities to the objectives and mission of the unit.

UN Careers-Tally Assistant Requirments


  •  Completion of secondary school education.


  • Experience in conducting basic logistics activities (tallying).


  • level C proficiency in the language of the UN and, if different, the language of the duty station.

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