Southeastern Asia

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Hagar9 Feb 2019

Hagar is seeking a new Finance Manager. This role is responsible for the oversight, management, and  co-ordination of finance functions as defined, across Hagar globally.

Save the Children Cambodia13 Jan 2019

As a member of the Senior Management Team (SMT) in Cambodia, the Director of Program Development and Quality (PDQ) is responsible for driving cross-functional engagement in the development and delivery of the Country Strategy Plan (CSP), developing annual plans and reporting on results.

Hagar12 Jan 2019

The Head of Global Programmes will lead on expanding the reach, quality and impact of Hagar's programmes globally.

Patricia Fronek, Robert Common, Karen Smith Rotabi, Johnny Statham - Journal of Human Rights and Social Work4 Jan 2019

This short human rights in action article takes a critical approach to the translation of policy to practice and highlights risks involved with haste, outcomes measured in numbers and unrealistic timeframes, and rapidly transforming practice with nascent investment in a country’s capacity to assess and respond to the real needs of children and families within their communities.

UNICEF Cambodia26 Dec 2018

The Child Protection Officer – Alternative Care provides professional technical, operational and administrative assistance throughout the programming process for child protection programmes/projects within the Country Programme from development planning to delivery of results.

UNICEF Cambodia26 Dec 2018

The purpose of this consultancy is to provide technical, administrative, operational and logistical support for the implementation of the Cambodia PROTECT Strategy.

Cebu Daily News10 Dec 2018

The Senate of the Philippines has approved a measure that would simplify the adoption process in the country, according to this article from Cebu Daily News. 

Amelia Teng - The Straits Times6 Dec 2018

A new 3-year study in Singapore will investigate "how pre-schoolers from disadvantaged backgrounds and their families can be best helped," according to this article from the Straits Times.

Rosel San Pascual - Communicating for Social Change5 Dec 2018

In this chapter of Communicating for Social Change, the author presents an analysis of the micro- and macro-level challenges of transnational separation of Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW)-parents and their left-behind children, which consequently beget psychosocial distresses among transnational family members.

M. Faishal Aminuddin, Saseendran Pallikadavath, Amie Kamanda, Keppi Sukesi, Henny Rosalinda, Kieron Hatton - Asian and Pacific Migration Journal4 Dec 2018

The objective of this article is to examine the impact of international female labor migration on left-behind parents by taking into consideration the daughters' marital status.