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April 30, 2015

Bangladesh Vacancy Announcement 15-035 – Financial Analyst, FSN-11

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in Bangladesh is seeking applications from qualified Bangladeshi nationals for the position of Financial Analyst in the Office Financial Management.

The Financial Analyst (FA) is responsible for analyzing and advising on the complex financial aspects of implementing and evaluating USAID projects in Bangladesh. The FA conducts financial and operational analysis of various aspects of the internal operations of USAID/Bangladesh and the grantees/contractors.  The FA is assigned to one or more technical team portfolios of projects and is responsible for performing all the above functions for his/her portfolios.  Implements of the Mission’s Audit Management and Resolution Program. Also, implements the FMFIA review on behalf of the Mission’s Management Control Review Committee (MCRC).  Serves as Acting Supervisory Financial Analyst or Chief Accountant as necessary.

  

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April 25, 2015

Data, information, and evidence are the cornerstone of all successful development programs – especially in health – and USAID is strongly committed to using these valuable tools. The Demographic and Health Surveys are one of USAID’s most successful initiatives worldwide; DHS reports have been produced in more than 80 different countries.

April 7, 2015

Bangladesh Vacancy Announcement 15-029 – Accounting Technician, FSN-8

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in Bangladesh is seeking applications from qualified Bangladeshi nationals for the position of Accounting Technician in the Office Financial Management.

March 27, 2015

I am delighted to be with you today on the beautiful campus of Dhaka University to open the International Conference on Gender, Diversity, and Development. Today, and throughout this event, we celebrate the achievements that Bangladesh has made in empowering women. More importantly, this conference provides a platform for us all to discuss the challenges ahead – challenges that we must address now – to fully affect change and achieve true equality for all women and girls.

Image of USAID/Bangladesh Mission Director Janina Jaruzelski and women champions in Dhaka.
March 9, 2015

On behalf of USAID, I am delighted to be here today to celebrate International Women’s Day and to honor the accomplishments of women throughout the world, but most particularly in Bangladesh. Over the past four decades, Bangladeshi women have made enormous strides. They have achieved political empowerment, better job prospects, and improved education. Women have been the engine behind the amazing growth of the ready-made garment industry, which is now number 2 in the world – second only to China. Women now constitute approximately 80 percent of the workforce in this hugely important industry.

March 5, 2015

We are here today to celebrate our 2015 Human Rights Champions. On behalf of USAID, I am delighted to be here and delighted to see all of you here to honor people from communities all over Bangladesh who have distinguished themselves in the fight against domestic violence, child marriage, dowry and other forms of human rights abuse.

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