Multiple Job Positions: CRS – GIZ – ECOWAS – DFID – IOM – IRC – WaterAid

Access to Humanitarian Assistance and Development Initiative (AHDI)

  • Communication Intern
    AHDI | Apply by: 10 August 2018

Action Against Hunger USA

  • Operations Support Coordinator
    Action Against Hunger USA | Apply by: 25 October 2018


  • Area Coordinator
    ACTED | Apply by: 01 October 2018

Adam Smith International

  • Micro & Small Enterprise (MSE) Support Specialist
    Adam Smith | Apply by: 17 October 2018

Adventist Development and Relief Agency International

  • Senior Finance Manager
    Adventist | Apply by: 20 October 2018

Africa Rice Center

  • Scientist, Rice Breeder
    AfricaRice | Apply by: 30 October 2018

African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF)

  • Individual Consultant to Conduct a Case Study on Capacity Building
    ACBF | Apply by: 08 October 2018

African Development Bank (AfDB)

African Union Commission (AU)

  • Finance and Administrative Officer
    AU | Apply by: 02 September 2018

AIESEC International

  • Intern for Sickle Cell Disease Awareness
    AIESEC | Apply by: 07 November 2018


  • Operational Funding Desk Advisor
    ALIMA | Apply by: 28 October 2018

ARS Progetti

  • Technical and Vocational Education and Training Team Lead
    ARS Progetti | Apply by: 09 October 2018

Banyan Global

  • Gender Specialist
    Banyan | Apply by: 27 October 2018

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (B&MGF)

  • Senior Program Officer for Policy and Advocacy
    B&MGF | Apply by: 28 October 2018

Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD)

CAMRIS International

  • Procurement Specialist
    CAMRIS International | Apply by: 29 June 2018


Catholic Relief Services (CRS)

  • Cash Working Group Technical co-chair
    CRS | Apply by: 24 October 2018


Christian Aid

  • Management Information Systems Advisor – Technical
    Christian Aid | Apply by: 10 September 2018

Consultative Group for International Agricultural Research  (CGIAR)

COOPI – Cooperazione Internazionale

  • Head of Base
    COOPI | Apply by: 17 September 2018
  • Country Administrator
    COOPI | Apply by: 30 September 2018
  • Logistics Coordinator
    COOPI | Apply by: 24 September 2018

Creative Associates International


  • Energy/Investment Principal
    CrossBoundary | Apply by: 19 May 2018


  • Senior Investment Manager
    DAI | Apply by: 16 September 2018

Danish Refugee Council (DRC)

  • Armed Violence Reduction (AVR) Manager
    DRC | Apply by: 22 October 2018

Department for International Development (DFID) – United Kingdom (UK)

  • West Africa Monitoring & Evaluation Adviser
    F&CO | Apply by: 22 October 2018

Dexis Consulting Group

  • PEPFAR Strategic Information Advisor (M&E)
    Dexis | Apply by: 04 July 2018

Devtech Systems Inc.

  • Finance Manager Consultant
    Devtech | Apply by: 01 August 2018


  • Public Account Specialist
    ECOWAS | Apply by: 20 September 2018

Equal Access

  • Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer
    Equal Access | Apply by: 31 October 2018

European Commission (EC)

  • International Aid and Cooperation Officer: Governance, Security and Peace Building
    EC | Apply by: 20 September 2018

FHI 360

  • Primary Healthcare Coordinator
    FHI 360 | Apply by: 10 August 2018


German Agency for International Development (GIZ)

Heartland Alliance

  • Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Consultant
    Heartland Alliance | Apply by: 22 October 2018

Hulla & Co. Human Dynamics KG

  • Maritime Governance Expert, Team Leader
    HCHD | Apply by: 25 July 2018

Impact Initiatives

International Centre for Migration Policy Development

  • Resources Management Officer
    IoM | Apply by: 11 June 2018

International Federation of Red Cross & Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)

  • Senior Security Officer
    IFRC | Apply by: 27 October 2018

International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA)

  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow – Soybean Breeding
    IITA | Apply by: 30 November 2018

International Medical Corps (IMC)

  • Field Site Manager
    IMC | Apply by: 19 October 2018

International Organisation for Migration (IoM)

  • Resources Management Officer
    IoM | Apply by: 24 October 2018

International Rescue Committee (IRC)

  • Senior Program Coordinator
    IRC | Apply by: 26 October 2018


Land O’Lakes International Development

  • Agribusiness Development Specialist
    Land O’Lakes | Apply by: 18 September 2018

Malaria Consortium

  • Driver
    Malaria Consortium | Apply by: 23 October 2018

Marie Stopes International

  • Programme Director
    Marie Stopes | Apply by: 05 October 2018

Management Sciences for Health (MSH)

  • Senior Malaria Technical Advisor
    MSH | Apply by: 15 October 2018

Médecins du Monde (Doctors of the World)

Mercy Corps

  • Director of Finance and Administration
    Mercy Corps | Apply by: 03 November 2018

Mott Macdonald

  • Team Leader
    Mott Macdonald | Apply by: 24 July 2018

Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC)

  • Evaluation of NRC Nigeria multi-sector response to the basic needs of the vulnerable displacement of affected population in Northeast Nigeria
    NRC | Apply by: 15 October 2018


Oxford Policy Management (OPM)

  • Team Lead (Health in Nigeria)
    OPM | Apply by: 01 September 2018

Pact, Inc.

  • Chief of Party – OVC
    Pact | Apply by: 31 July 2018

Plan International

  • Infant and Young Child Feeding Survey (Consultant) for NJR4 Project
    Plan International | Apply by: 08 October 2018

Première Urgence Internationale

Relief International

Save the Children

Search for Common Ground

  • Country Director
    SFCG | Apply by: 12 September 2018

Secours Islamique France

  • Administrative Coordinator M/F
    Secours Islamique France  | Apply by: 30 September 2018


  • Country Security and Safety Officer
    Sightsavers  | Apply by: 31 August 2018

Solidarités International


  • Food Fortification and Processing Consultants
    TechnoServe | Apply by: 09 May 2018

Terre Des Hommes (TDH)

Tetra Tech

  • Team Leader – Mobilising data for Anti-Corruption programme
    Tetra Tech | Apply by: 21 June 2018

The Palladium Group

Translators Without Borders (TWB)

  • Evidence and Impact Officer – national position
    TWB | Apply by: 21 October 2018

United Nations (UN)

United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

  • Country Coordinator
    USAID | Apply by: 11 October 2018

Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO International)

  • People Resourcing Manager
    VSO International | Apply by: 10 October 2018


  • Head of Strategy Program Effectiveness & Learning
    WaterAid | Apply by: 09 November 2018

West African Power Pool (WAPP)

  • Senior Financial Specialist
    WAPP | Apply by: 03 September 2018

World Bank Group

World Food Programme (WFP)

  • Logistics Assistant (Food Quality & Safety)
    WFP | Apply by: 28 October 2018

World Health Organisation (WHO)


Last updated: 11 November 2018

Global Diplomatic News: Week 45

Nigeria Donates $500,000 & Logistics Support Towards Guinea Bissau Election

The Nigerian government has approved the donation of $500,000, over 350 electoral kits and seven vehicles, to facilitate a successful conduct of Guinea Bissau legislative election, scheduled for November 18, 2018.

The Nigerian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Geoffrey Onyeama, announced this when Special Representative of the UN Secretary General to Guinea Bissau, Mr. Jose Filho, visited him in Abuja. Mr. Onyeama expressed delight that Nigeria was able to play that important role stressing that President Buhari in his capacity as the Chairperson of ECOWAS was watching the situation in Guinea Bissau very closely.

According to Mr. Geoffrey Onyeama:

“It is in the framework of establishing peace and stability in Guinea Bissau that Mr . President has approved a substantial number of elections kits to enable them to carry out this election.

Without those kits that are over 350, it is going to be difficult to carry out the election.

The last batch of it is about to be delivered, and in addition, Mr . President has approved the supply of seven vehicles with about 500,000 dollars.

Guinea Bissau is very important for the ECOWAS sub region as you know that President Muhammadu Buhari is the chairperson of the ECOWAS and interested in the political situation of Guinea Bissau.”

Mr. Onyeama said Nigeria, UN and ECOWAS are determined to ensure complete political stability in Guinea Bissau to permit economic development that the country needs.

Mr. Jose Filho , thanked the Government of Nigeria stating:

“We came here to exchange view and express appreciation, not in the name of Guinea Bissau, but in the name of the of the international community because I represent the UN in Guinea Bissau. I thank Nigeria for the assistance to Guinea Bissau.”


Nigeria & Botswana Sign Agreements On Cultural Affairs & Diplomatic Relations

Foreign Affairs Minister, Geoffrey Onyeama, has said Nigeria and Botswana have signed agreements on cultural cooperation and diplomatic relations as part of efforts to deepen bilateral relations.

The minister stated this in Abuja after the 4th session of Nigeria-Botswanan Joint Permanent Commission for Cooperation (BNJPCC).

According to Mr. Geoffrey Onyeama:

“The signing of the agreements on the JPCC signalled our collective desire to promote political, economic, cultural, social, educational, scientific relations among others.

It also marked a strategic cooperation and partnership to boost economic growth and create employment opportunities thus making a contribution in the fight against poverty and underdevelopment in our countries.

As members of both commonwealth and African Union, we should consult on regular basis with a view to strategically cooperate with each other in these prime organisations to achieve our set objectives.”

He said the meeting had broaden the scope of collaboration between Nigeria and Botswana and also paved the way for regular political exchanges at a higher level.

The Botswana Minister of International Affairs and Cooperation, Unity Dow, expressed satisfaction with the existing relations between the two countries and reiterated the necessity to reinforce these relations for mutual benefits.

She stressed the need to deepen cooperation politically, economically, social-culturally and in all aspects of development in line with the principle of African Union. The minister said the relation should be broaden from economic and technical cooperation to social cultural, human resources and manpower development as well as legal and defence cooperation.


ATAF Re-elects Tunder Fowler As African Tax Chairman

The Executive Chairman, Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), Mr. Tunde Fowler, has been re-elected as Council Chairman of the African Tax Administration Forum (ATAF) for a fresh two-year term.

This was disclosed in a press release signed by Wahab Gbadamosi, FIRS’ Head of Communications and Servicom Department.

According to the press release, Fowler was returned unopposed by all ATAF Council members at the Forum’s 5th General Assembly meeting, in Gaborone, Botswana.

He led the organisation in the last two years, with commendable applause from members of the organisation. His candidature was not opposed by any of the 26 countries that participated in the elections.

Burundi, Burkina Faso and Mauritius contested the position of the Vice-Chairman, which Mauritius won.

Established in 2009, ATAF, the continental association of tax authorities, has 38 members.

Fowler succeeded Mr. Gershem T. Pasi, the Commissioner- General of Zimbabwe Revenue Authority, in 2016.  Under Fowler, ATAF has made tremendous strides.

Last year in Abuja, ATAF launched the landmark ATAF Transfer Pricing Toolkit, which is assisting African countries to prevent huge financial losses through new Transfer Pricing Rules.

Many African Tax Authorities are leveraging the toolkit to contain financial leakages from their economy.

Also, ATAF under Fowler has given Africa a global voice in global tax matters.

ATAF is leading the world in African position on Tax Affairs, with its representation on High Level Talks on stemming Illicit Financial Flows (IFF). Under Fowler, the Forum has also launched the African Tax Outlook, through which African Tax administrations are sharing data.

It has equally strengthened the capacities of African Tax Administration Authorities, with its organisation of quality technical training on the continent.

Global Diplomatic News: Week 36

Dr. Omobola Johnson Named To World Wide Web Foundation Board [2018]

After a 3-year tenure as an Honorary Chairperson of the Alliance for Affordable Internet (A4AI) where she provided guidance and advocacy to help drive down internet costs, Dr. Omobola Johnson is joining the Web Wide Web Foundation as a board member.

The Alliance for Affordable Internet (A4AI) — a global coalition, led by the Web Foundation, working to make broadband affordable for all.

The World Wide Web Foundation was founded in 2009 by Sir Tim Berners-Lee to ‘advance the open web as a public good and a basic right.’

A part of an official statement by the A4AI reads:

“As the second Honorary Chair of A4AI — a role she assumed on September 1, 2015 — Omobola has provided invaluable policy guidance and has led high-level advocacy efforts to drive down the cost of internet. In that time, both A4AI’s membership and its international profile have grown, and the Alliance has achieved important policy victories, including the adoption of the ‘1 for 2’ affordability target by Nigeria, Ghana, ECOWAS and the UN Broadband Commission.”

In her response, Dr. Omobola Johnson said:

“So honoured to be asked to join the Web FOUNDATION Board. Looking forward to contributing to making all of the web available to all of the people.

So honoured to be asked to join the Web FOUNDATION Board. Looking forward to contributing to making all of the web available to all of the people.”


Nigeria-China Trade Value Reaches $7.2 Billion [January 2018 – June 2018]

The China Commercial Consular to Nigeria, Mr. Hongliang Gao, has put the present value of trade between Nigeria and China at $7.2 billion, making China the third largest trading partner with Nigeria.

At the opening ceremony of the 2018 China-Nigeria Trade Fair in Lagos, Mr. Gao stated:

“Nigeria is Africa’s first population country and the largest economy. It is rich in natural resources, fertile land and huge market potential. In recent years, the friendship between China and Nigeria have been further strengthened, high-level exchanges have become closer, political mutual trust has deepened, bilateral economic and trade cooperation have achieved fruitful results, and the scale of trade has continued to expand.

From January to June this year, the bilateral trade volume between China and Nigeria reached $7.2 billion. It increased by 7. 6 per cent year-on-year.

At present, Nigeria is China’s third largest trading partner in Africa, the largest engineering contracting market and an important investment destination.
The continuous and in-depth development of China-Nigeria economic and trade relations is in the common interest of the two peoples.”

He further spoke on the just concluded China Africa Summit, saying:

“Chinese President Xi Jinping shared the friendship and discussed the plans with the leaders of African countries. The Beijing Summit of the China-Africa Cooperation Forum is a major event in the historical development of China-Africa relations.

It has established a historical monument of China-Africa friendly exchanges, played a strong voice of China-Africa economic and trade cooperation, and point out the future development direction of China –Africa relations.

The China-Africa Cooperation Forum closed successfully yesterday. Today, the 2018 China -Nigeria Expo has entered Lagos and was grandly opened.

It is just the right time. The Expo is an important measure for the organisers and exhibitors to actively respond to the national interest.”

President Muhammadu Buhari Elected ECOWAS Chairman [2018]

President Muhammadu Buhari has been elected the new chairman of the Authority of Heads of State and Government of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).

The president’s election was one of the highpoints of the 53rd Session of the Authority of Heads of State and Government of ECOWAS, which held in the Togolese capital.

In his acceptance remarks, the Nigerian leader, who commended his colleagues for his election, noted that he did not offer himself for the post, “but you refused to take my no for an answer.”

He, however, told his fellow leaders that, “I am truly humbled and pledge to serve and work with all of you to deliver on peace, security, good governance and socio-economic development” of the sub-region, and “take our organisation to greater heights.”

President Buhari also commended his immediate predecessor and President of Togo, Faure Gnassingbe, for successfully hosting two important meetings of the Joint Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) and ECOWAS as well as the 53rd Ordinary Session of the Authority of Heads of State and Government of ECOWAS.

The new chairman had earlier been presented with the emblem of ECOWAS by the outgoing chairman, while the next meeting of the organisation will take place in Abuja on December 21, 2018.