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KALAHI CIDS Job Openings.

Posted by Brian C. Ventura on October 5, 2011

The KALAHI-CIDSS is a poverty reduction project of the Government of the
Philippines, implemented by the Department of Social Welfare and Development
(DSWD), with financing assistance from the World Bank, a grant from Millennium
Challenge Corporation (MCC) and Japan Social Development Fund (JSDF).

These projects will improve welfare in rural and urban areas by targeting
communities where poverty incidence is greater than the national average with
small-scale, community driven development projects. The KC project provides
infrastructure and services associated with community-selected and managed
“sub-projects,” strengthened community participation in development and
governance activities at the village and municipal level, and improved
responsiveness of local government to community needs.

The DSWD Field Office VI-Regional Project Management Office
need the following for KALAHI-CIDSS expansion and scaling-up in Region VI:

• Social Work, Community Development and graduates of Social Sciences
• Licensed Civil Engineers
• Financial Analyst (graduates of Accountancy, Commerce and other Business and
Finance related courses

Interested applicants must submit their a) Letter of Application b) Curriculum
Vitae on or before Friday, November 4, 2011.

Letters of application should be addressed to:

Dr. Minda B. Brigoli
Regional Director
DSWD Field Office VI
Molo, Iloilo City

For inquires contact (033) 336-1291 or email kc_me_regionvi@yahoo.com
or visit our website at www.kalahi.dswd.gov.ph

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