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

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)

  • Consultant: Environmental and Social Safeguards
    AfDB | Apply by: 28 November 2018

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: 16 December 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)

  • Programme Officer Peace Building and Governance
    CAFOD | Apply by: 23 November 2018

CAMRIS International

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


  • Food/Livelihood Security & Nutrition Sector Mgr.
    CARE | Apply by: 05 December 2018

Catholic Relief Services (CRS)

  • Chief of Party StaR Project
    CRS | Apply by: 26 December 2018


Christian Aid

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

Consultative Group for International Agricultural Research  (CGIAR)

  • Excellence in Breeding Platform Consultancy
    CGIAR | Apply by: 18 November 2018

COOPI – Cooperazione Internazionale

  • Head of Base
    COOPI | Apply by: 17 September 2018

Creative Associates International

  • Chief of Party
    Creative Associates | Apply by: 27 December 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


  • 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


  • Administration and Finance Officer
    FIIAPP | Apply by: 19 November 2018

German Agency for International Development (GIZ)

  • Head of Programme: Support to the ECOWAS Commission in the fields of Trade and Customs
    GIZ | Apply by: 12 November 2018

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

  • Country Coordinator
    Impact Initiatives | Apply by: 23 November 2018
  • REACH GIS Officer
    Impact Initiatives | Apply by: 23 November 2018
  • Impact Assessment Officer
    Impact Initiatives | Apply by: 23 November 2018
  • Impact DFID TPM Consortium Assessment Manager
    Impact Initiatives | Apply by: 07 December 2018

Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA)

  • Senior Research Manager
    IPA | Apply by: 20 December 2018

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

  • Procurement and Logistics Delegate
    IFRC | Apply by: 04 December 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


  • Protection Coordinator
    INTERSOS | Apply by: 11 December 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

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

  • Emergency Response Manager
    Plan International | Apply by: 03 December 2018

Première Urgence Internationale

Relief International

  • Country Director – Nigeria Response
    Relief International | Apply by: 05 December 2018

Save the Children

  • Education Context Specialist
    Save the Children | Apply by: 15 November 2018

Search for Common Ground

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

  • Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Project Manager
    Solidarités International | Apply by: 22 December 2018


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

Terre Des Hommes (TDH)

  • Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Coordinator
    TDH | Apply by: 20 December 2018

Tetra Tech

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

The Palladium Group

Translators Without Borders (TWB)

  • Program Manager
    TWB | Apply by: 11 December 2018

United Nations (UN)

  • Intern: Public Information
    UNDPI | Apply by: 31 December 2018

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

  • Senior Communications Officer
    World Bank | Apply by: 15 November 2018

World Food Programme (WFP)

World Health Organisation (WHO)

  • Infectious Hazard Management Officer
    WHO | Apply by: 13 November 2018


Last updated: 29 December 2018

Global Diplomatic News: Week 52

Nigeria & Russia Sign Treaty on Criminal Matters

The Nigerian Ministry of Foreign Affairs says Nigeria and Federation of Russia have signed a treaty on Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters.

The ministry explained through a statement made available by the Ministry’s Spokesperson George Edokpa, that the Treaty was negotiated in 2009 to enhance collaboration and cooperation between the two countries in the administration of criminal justice and signed in Moscow, Russia on Nov. 27, 2018.

According to the statement:

“The Treaty was signed on behalf of Nigeria by the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, while Russian Acting Minister of Justice, Mr Oleg Plokhoy, signed on behalf of his country.

The Treaty on Legal Assistance in Criminal Matter is aimed at providing the necessary mechanism for cooperation in the fight against crime and criminal related matters.

These include terrorism, as well as to counter every form of support to terrorism.”

The ministry explained that the agreement would assist in the fight against corruption as it makes provision for the tracing, recovery, forfeiture or confiscation of stolen assets, as well as the proceeds and instruments of crime.

The signing of the Treaty, it stated was a major breakthrough in the bilateral relations between Nigeria and Russia and the beginning of greater cooperation and partnership in other sectors.


UN Adopts Nigeria’s Resolution On Education

The United Nations General Assembly on Monday adopted, by consensus, Nigeria’s resolution to proclaim January 24 every year as the ‘International Day of Education’. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that all the 193-Member States of the UN General Assembly supported the Nigerian resolution, hence, there was no dissenting voice or abstention.

With its historic adoption on Monday, therefore, every January 24 will be celebrated all over the world as the International Day of Education, with the first being on January 24, 2019.

NAN also reports that the resolution, the first-ever on ‘International Day of Education’, was co-sponsored by Ireland, Singapore and Qatar, in partnership with the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation, UN Children’s Fund, UN Women and Collegiate Congress and additional co-sponsors.

The resolution acknowledges “the importance of education for achieving sustainable development, including in the context of the achievements of the Millennium Development Goals, Agenda 21, the Plan of Implementation of the World Summit on Sustainable Development (Johannesburg Plan of Implementation).

“Others are the Education for All goals, the Global Action Programme on Education for Sustainable Development and the Incheon Declaration and Framework for Action for the implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 4”.

The Sustainable Development Goal 4 aims to “ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all”.

NIS records 81,003 Non-ECOWAS Foreigners In Nigeria

Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has declared that it recorded a total of  81,003 foreign nationals resident in the country, of which those from India and China, Britain, the United States and Lebanon top.

The Comptroller General of Immigration Service, Muhammad Babandede, in a statement, Friday, signed by the Service’s Public Relations Officer, deputy comptroller of Immigration (DCI), Mr. Sunday James, said the disclosure is in line with agency’s ‘statutory mandate as enshrined in Section 2 (a) – (f) of the Immigration Act 2015 as amended,’ even as he assured that it will now provide a quarterly report of migrants resident in Nigeria.

The NIS also said data was obtained from the newly-introduced Visas on Arrival (VoAs) regime as well as the Temporary Work Permits (TWPs) issued from various international airports in the country.

According to the statement:

“As at August 31st 2018, the Nigeria Immigration Service has recorded a total of 81,003 non-ECOWAS foreign Nationals legally resident in Nigeria.

From available statistics, there were 2,694 United States citizens, 3,946 Britons, 17,995 Chinese, 31,660 Indians, 6,295 Lebanese and 1,295 Germans living legally in Nigeria.

Also, there were 17,118 foreign nationals from 92 other countries resident in the country.

Within the same period, 82,084 Visas on Arrival (VoAs) were issued at 6 International Airports in Nigeria and a total of 7,570 Temporary Work Permits (TWPs) were also issued by the Service.

The breakdown for the TWP is 1,492 issued to Indians, 1171 issued to Chinese, 987 issued to Britons, 1006 issued to South Africans, 641 issued to Italians, 649 issued to Ukrainians while a total of 1,624 were issued to other nationals.

The Service hereby restate its commitment to safeguarding and protecting Nigerian borders while discharging its administrative and operational duties in line with International best practices and respect for the rights of Migrants without compromising National Security.”