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August 20, 2014

Bangladesh Vacancy Announcement – Short Term Nutrition Advisor, GS-13

Applicable for US Citizens Only

The Short-term Nutrition Advisor will serve as a member of the Family Welfare pillar in the Office of Population, Health, Nutrition, and Education at the USAID mission in Bangladesh. S/he will provide technical guidance and assistance for nutrition-specific and –sensitive interventions carried out by USAID-supported projects, with a focus on reducing under-nutrition among infants, young children, and pregnant and lactating women. S/he will also provide support to promote government policies to improve delivery of nutrition services nationwide. S/he will collaborate with mission colleagues and partners to align nutrition programming with national policies and initiatives, mission and agency-wide principles and strategies, and global nutrition movements.

 

Opening Date: August 14, 2014

Closing Date: September 07, 2014

 

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January 17, 2013

Today, the United States, through USAID, launched the newest phase of its largest investment in Bangladesh, the NGO Health Services Delivery Project. The four-year $55 million project will continue to provide basic health services through Smiling Sun clinics in underserved areas in Bangladesh.

January 17, 2013

The US Ambassador to Bangladesh Dan W. Mozena and the State Minister for Youth and Sports, Md. Ahad Ali Sarkar jointly inaugurated USAID’s Leadership Development Program (LDP) in the Edward M. Kennedy center today. This newly launched five year program will prepare approximately 24,000 community leaders and Bangladeshi youth in 16 districts to become advocates for alleviating poverty, creating jobs, and protecting the environment.

Bangladesh is an important partner of the United States. The Government of Bangladesh (GOB) has been an active partner in planning and implementing USAID/Bangladesh’s (USAID/B) development programs. Past assistance has not only helped the GOB overcome some of its formidable development challenges but has also resulted in several broad-based benefits to the country and its citizens. USAID’s new Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) for Bangladesh follows in this tradition of partnership. Over the next five years, USAID will support the GOB’s plans to transform its economy to achieve Bangladesh’s ambitious vision of becoming a middle income country by 2021 when Bangladesh celebrates its 50th year of independence.

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