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Write an Environmental Protection Proposal in Japanese

Morobe Development Foundation Inc.

22 Nov 2017 This opportunity is no longer available Share
22 Nov 2017 This opportunity is no longer available Share
Background and objectives
Morobe Development Foundation Inc(MDF)is trying to submit a proposal to the Japan Fund for Global Environment and wish to utilize the skills and experience of a volunteer who is well versed in environmental mitigation practice, environmental preservation to support the writing of the project proposal in English and translate it to Japanese. The volunteer recruited will be communicating with the focal contact person for Morobe Development Foundation Inc in English and support the organization in filling in the application template in Japanese during the collaboration. He or she must be good in proposal writing and have experience in writing an environmental preservation proposal in the past. The volunteer will not be asked to submit any proposal on behalf of the organization.
Writing and editing
Development programme/project administration
Morobe Develoment Foundation Inc aim is to support any activities which promote development in the rural communities of Papua New Guinea with emphasize on Gender Equality, Human Rights, and sustainable development. With the increasing threat to the environment because of Global warming, MDF sees the environment as a critical factor in community development and a factor in human livelihood sustainability development. With that, the successful volunteer recruited will design an appropriate proposal for sustaining the mangroves, forest and wildlife preservation and coral sea preservation and rehabilitation. The volunteer will design a proposal appropriate for the preservation of the environment along the Huon Coast of Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.
Volunteers: 1 needed
6-10 hours per week / 4 weeks
The successful volunteer must have experience and knowledge in environmental preservation and mitigation best practices that are appropriate for the coastal rural communities in developing country. He or she must hold a Masters Degree in Environmental Studies, Arts or community development. The volunteer must be able to write and speak good English and Japanese.
Papua New Guinea
English, Japanese

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