Give Hope in Hell
While government and non-government agencies employ permanent staff, the random nature of humanitarian work means, inevitably, that many employees and consultants will be on short-term contracts. Some will have to start searching for their next post almost as soon as they begin the current one. Others, however willing, find it difficult even to enter the humanitarian field as so many posts require prior experience. This book will help altruistic people enter humanitarian employment and, those who are already there, to move on and upwards. As disasters increase in frequency and complexity so does the need for voluntary and humanitarian workers. Post-disaster development also requires people who are expert and experienced in emergency prevention, relief, and rehabilitation processes. If you wish to spend your life with more satisfaction than money can buy, please start here.
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