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Program Officer, Papua New Guinea

The Program Officer will also support the Country Representative in communicating / coordinating with and reporting to PNG government stakeholders, GGGI HQ, and foreign donors, along with deliberations of other strategic matters regarding the operation of GGGI PNG office. The position also carries out analytical work related to his / her technical expertise and provides a wide range of contributions in support of delivery of components / workstreams in the country program. Specifically, the Program Officer must be familiar with climate change adaptation and the planning / designing of relevant activities.

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Ende der Bewerbungsfrist: 29. Mai 2019


EU-finanzierte Masterarbeit an der Universität für Bodenkultur

Delineation of a micro-watershed and development of a management model in Menyamya, Papua New Guinea.

The research activity for this Master Thesis is done under the EU funded project „Strengthening food production capacity and the resilience to drought of vulnerable communities“. It is designed to contribute to achieving a greater resilience of smallholder farming and rural communities in Papua New Guinea to abiotic stresses arising from seasonal weather patterns, climate change or natural disasters. Through this research activity the student contributes to the participatory establishment of a micro-watershed management model in one of the target sites that assists in enhancing water capture and storage capacities and soil water conservation of the target communities to augment and manage agricultural and domestic water supply and use during dry periods following the MUS (Multiple Use System) approach.

Main objective of the work is the delineation of two micro-watersheds:

  • GPS/GIS reconnaissance survey (land and water)
  • Transect walks and village mapping
  • Recording of flow rates, water use scenarios and land use practices
  • Micro-watershed management model and scenario development
  • Participatory and learning centred methods for research and development.
  • The selected student will directly collaborate with NARI (National Agricultural Research Organisation) and other local counterparts.

Duration: March to June 2019, for a period of 4 months

Location: Menyamya, Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea.

Expenses: International travel costs and living expenses should be covered through KUWI outgoing actions. The student is expected to apply for this travel support through the Center for International Relations. Domestic travel costs and accommodation will be covered through the project.

For more information please contact:
DI Dr. Dominik Ruffeis, E-Mail: Department of Water, Atmosphere and Environment, Institute for Hydraulics and Rural Water Management.


Berater/in für Vermarktung natürlicher Ressourcen

Dienstort: Kimbe, Papua-Neuguinea
Studienrichtungen: Agrarwissenschaften
Dienstgeber: HORIZONT3000
Ende der Bewerbungsfrist: nicht bekannt

Die NRO FORCERT unterstützt Gemeinden und Dorfgruppen in der Entwicklung von Methoden nachhaltiger Nutzung ihrer natürlichen Ressourcen im Bereich Forst- und Landwirtschaft. FORCERT hat als lokale Zertifizierungsorganisation für nachhaltige Forstwirtschaft begonnen und hat sich zu einer Organisation entwickelt, die im Bereich ihres regionalen Einzugsgebiets im Community-Development arbeitet. Auf der Grundlage einer Strategie und Machbarkeitsstudie ist die Entwicklung eines separaten Organisationsteils geplant, der als soziale Unternehmung funktioniert und den Aufbau sowie den erfolgreichen Betrieb von Vermarktungsstrukturen für Produkte, die nachhaltig, fair und/oder biologisch produziert wurden, gewährleisten soll.

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Research Fellow an der University of Melbourne: “Catalysing Solutions to Climate Change in Low-Lying Islands”

We are seeking applications from excellent social scientists to conduct ground-breaking research as part of an Australian Research Council Laureate Fellowship project, titled “Catalysing Solutions to Climate Change in Low-Lying Islands”. The positions involve extensive fieldwork with a range of partners across several island groups to explain adaptation processes. The position will be based in the School of Geography and provides an excellent opportunity for the further development of a career in academic research.

Bewerbungsfrist endet am 27. November 2018


Hier eine Stellenauschreibung im ehemaligen Museum für Völkerunde in Hamburg:

Curatorial Research Fellowship at MARKK, Museum am Rothenbaum World Cultures and Arts

Die Bewerbungsfrist endet am 30. September 2018!

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