Monday, July 25, 2005

Jobs in Multilateral Development Agencies

I have tried to gather in this place links to the job sites for the largest and most important multilateral development agencies:

This is a very good website from the United Nations in Denmark with links to multilateral agency employment websites.

Job Websites of Multilateral Financial Institutions

The World Bank (IBRD, IFC, IDA)

The International Monitary Fund (IMF)

The African Development Bank AfDB)

The Asian Development Bank (ADB)

The InterAmerican Development Bank (IADB)

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)

Job Websites of United Nations Family and Similar Institutions

Jobs@UN The Canadian United Nations Association provides this website on jobs at the United Nations.

UN Jobs This is the website of a Swiss organization not associated with the United Nations, that nevertheless lists jobs at the UN.

The United Nations (UN) This website provides listings of vacancies for the UN system.

The United Nations Development Program (UNDP)

The International Labor Organization (ILO)

The International Telecommunications Union (ITU)

The Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS)

The UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)

The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)

The UN Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)

The UN Childrens Fund (UNICEF)

The UN Environmental Program (UNEP)

The World Health Organization (WHO)

The Joint UN Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS)

The UN Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA)

The United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR)

United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)

United Nations University (UNU)

World Food Program

The World Trade Organization (WTO)

11 comments:

Jaap Pels said...

Hi John,
Found http://www.unjobs.org/ already.
Cheers, Jaap

Anuradha Bhattacharjee said...

Hi John,

This is very interesting. Would you like to check sites like OneWorld South Asia; ITC E-Chaupal
(India); NIIT Hole in The Wall Project ( New Delhi, India).

Best Wishes.

Anuradha Bhattacharjee

John Daly said...

Good suggestoin from Ms. Bhattacharjee.

OneWorld South Asia

ITC E-Chopal (one of the finalists for this year's Development Gateway Award

NIIT Hole in The Wall Project. This latter project is quite controversial, and may not provide long term benefits to the children who use the computer terminals or their communities, but is well worth knowing for its anti-establishment approach.

Emmanuel Asomba said...

Greetings John,

There is this initiative by Francisco Proenza it is called e-For All. A very interesting platform as it documents projects about private and public institutions that tackle ICT and Poverty Reduction Strategies.

http://www.e-forall.org/

Cheers -- -- Emmanuel

John Daly said...

Thanks! I had admired Proenza's work for years, but I had not known of this website. It is a very good one!

Kamran Niazi said...

John

Have been seeing your name quite often on Dev Gateway.

You might like to add reliefweb's web site as well as The Economist's (sometimes they have quite good jobs in dev)

Regards

Kamran

John Daly said...

And a good suggestion from Kamran.

The Economist is one of my favorite magazines. Of course a subscription is needed to read the "premium content" articles online.

Reliefweb is new to me, but seems to be a good source for information on disaster relief efforts.

A similar service is provided by the Reuters Foundation is called AlertNet, I use it frequently, since it is often cited in Yahoo and Google searches.

Krissy James-McEvier said...

Hi John,

I found 3 more which I use very extensively..

http://www.DevNetJobs.org
http://www.DevNetJobsIndia.org
http://www.GenevaJobs.org

I like their range of jobs posted...

Krissy James-McEvier

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