Organization: FAOLocation: CambodiaType: Full TimeClose on: 11 Jan 2023
The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations that leads international efforts to defeat hunger. It was founded in 1945 and has 194 Member Nations, two associate members, and one member organization, the European Union. Its Latin motto is ‘fiat Spanish, which translates to ‘let there be bread’. FAO’s staff capacity allows it to support improved governance, and generate, develop and adapt existing tools and guidelines. It also works to provide food security for everyone and ensure people have access to high-quality food in sufficient quantities for a healthy lifestyle.
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About UN jobs-Technical Specialist
The primary goal of the FAO country offices, which are led by an FAO Representative, is to support governments in creating policies, programmes, and projects that will lead to food security, reduce hunger and malnutrition, develop the agricultural, fisheries, and forestry sectors, and make sustainable use of their natural resources and environment.The Cambodia Programme for Sustainable and Inclusive Growth in the Fisheries Sector was launched by the European Union (EU) (CATFISH). The main goal of the CAPFISH Programme is to assist the Royal Government of Cambodia in realizing its long-term goals of social and economic advancement, food security, and poverty eradication, as outlined in the National Strategic Development Plan and launched with the Deep Fisheries Reforms.Within the CAPFISH-Capture Fisheries Program, this Complementary Support project (FAO-CAPFISH-Capture Fisheries) aids in the conservation and management of fisheries. Improved capacity to strengthen fisheries management at the community, district/provincial, and national levels is the specific outcome that the project will attempt to attain within its timeframe and resources.
Required Qualifications of UN jobs-Technical SpecialistEducation:
University degree in fishery science, statistics, social sciences, geography, agriculture, natural resource management, or other relevant disciplines;Experience:
At least 5 years of relevant experience in training and quantitative data analysis, data management, time series or cross-sectional analysis, of social, biological, or fisheries data sets in the context of fisheries, natural resource management, or related sectors;Languages:
Working knowledge (level C) of English.