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June 23, 2015

The U.S. Mission in Accra, Ghana is seeking a highly motivated and qualified individual for the position of SUPERVISORY HUMAN RESOURCES SPECIALIST in the Human Resources Unit of the Regional Executive Office of USAID/Ghana and West Africa Missions. The Specialist reports directly to the Supervisory Executive Officer with responsibility for providing the full range of Human Resource (HR) services for the two distinct Missions.

 

Education & Prior Work Experience: Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management, Business Administration, or a closely related field is required. A minimum of five to seven years of progressively responsible, job-related, professional-level experience in the field of human resources management, business or public administration, and/or contracting is required.  At least three years of such experience should have included substantive work in an English-language work situation, in the private sector, or for a US Government or other international organization.  One year of the above experience in a supervisory capacity is required.

 

October 13, 2014

Ce document vise à attirer l’attention des dirigeants et décideurs politiques dans les pays côtiers d’Afrique de l’Ouest et les institutions régionales sur l’importance d’intégrer l’adaptation aux changements climatiques (les réponses au climat réel ou prévu et à ses effets afin de réduire les répercussions négatives ou de tirer profit des opportunités) à la planification du développement côtier.

October 13, 2014

This brief aims to draw the attention of leaders and policy-makers in West African coastal countries and regional institutions to the importance of mainstreaming climate change adaptation (responses to actual or expected climate and its effects to reduce harm or take advantage of opportunities) into coastal development planning. It highlights short- and long-term benefits of mainstreaming and provides recommendations for taking advantage of the National Adaptation Planning (NAP) process to mainstream adaptation effectively.

Chief of Party A. Ba, Mission Director A. Deprez, KNUST Vice-Chancellor W. Otoo Ellis, Ambassador G. Cretz
October 10, 2014

The U.S. Agency for International Development, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agricultural Service, the University of Rhode Island, Delaware State University, and the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology,  today launched the Analytical Support Services and Evaluations for Sustainable Systems (ASSESS) Project.  Through independent evaluations, analysis and the sharing of best practices, ASSESS will promote creativity, innovation and learning by USAID and its development partners, with the ultimate goal of increasing the effectiveness of their programs.

ECOWAS President Ouedraogo, Mission Director Alex Deprez, Ambassador James F. Entwistle
September 18, 2014

Today, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Economic Community for West African States (ECOWAS) expanded their partnership to promote peace and security, address energy challenges, and support trade activities in the region. With these amended agreements, USAID will provide an additional U.S. $ 23.6 million of support for activities promoting the following ECOWAS priorities: 

June 30, 2014

Cotonou, Benin – Today, a Road Governance Caravan, co-organized by USAID and the Borderless Alliance, made the final stop of its journey along the main north-south commercial corridor in Benin. The aim of the Caravan was to identify transport costs and delays along the route so measures can be taken to reduce them, and ultimately to increase the flow of trade. Cotonou was the fourth of five stops the Caravan made in major towns along the corridor from June 23–30. 

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