Current Hiring Practices and Trends in the Development Sector
- BY David Mackenzie
Children and Women in Social Service and Human Rights (CWISH) is Nepal based human rights organization having specialization in child rights issues. Since its inception in 1993 CWISH has reached to 85314 children, 58813 women, 105034 parents/employers, 515 institutions and 189540 indirect beneficiaries from 35 districts of Nepal. It has also established partnership with 35 donors and successfully completed 83 projects. It has filed 271 cases of child sexual abuse and brought 63 perpetrators into justice.
Nepal is experiencing significant cases of child rights violation in regular basis. So, our intervention should be more rigorous in the days to come. Considering this fact, we are planning to boost up our fund raising division to seek for more child rights related grants. In this context, we would like to invite application from interested and qualified volunteers who wants to contribute in this field. Volunteers can either work from our office directly or via online mode.
Principal duties of the post are;