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Thom ping
Juba
South Sudan
Phonelocal: 955.584.193
international: +249.955.584.193
Emailukinsouthsudan@dfid.gov.uk
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Thu, 22 Aug 2019 04:05 EDT
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Gatwech Kueth Chuol
Thu, 8 Aug 2019 10:32 EDT
Request for Master 's degree Scholarship in your country
Dear sir/madam
This is Gatwech kueth south Sudanese I have bachelor degree in business administration at University of juba school of management sciences, aim requesting your office kindly if there is any opportunity for master's degree scholarship that your country can offered or can sponsored either here in south Sudan or abroad pleas consider me .

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Thu, 14 Mar 2019 05:55 EDT
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MOPS International- South Sudan
Tue, 5 Mar 2019 07:55 EST
Seeking for Financial Supports for facilitaing seven days workshop on the theme "Fuel the Fire" at St. Parish Church in Juba.
I would like to draw your attention to our new initiative groups of Mothers (moms)in St. Thomas Parish Church, Munuki Juba. the MOPS South Sudan are in partnership agreement with MOPS in USA on 27/9/2017. Our partners provides us with curriculum, new hand out resource and online kits opportunities,however with few introduction.

MOPS requests for your kindly supports to facilitate its workshop in St. Thomas Parish Church and the theme: is Fuel the fire.And more information about this initiative will be able to provide to you in details if our missions is having a sense to your mission.
Below is our mission/vision, values

Mission/ Statements
MOPS International encourages and equips moms of young children to realize their potential as mothers, women and leaders, in relationship with Jesus, and in partnership with the local church.”

What are MOPS International- South Sudan Values?

Excellence: The achievement of organizational excellence by conducting all the affairs of the ministry in accordance with biblical principles, sound management, personal and organizational integrity, financial stewardship, and empowerment of the staff to accomplish organizational outcomes.
Heritage: The historical MOPS group structure serves as a model for ministry.
Faith Position Statement: A commitment to the MOPS International Faith Position Statement.
Partnerships/Alliances: Partnership/Alliances where individual strengths are shared for a common purpose.
Local Church: A relationship with the local church, embracing a spectrum of diverse denominations, which are in agreement with our Faith Position Statement.
You find us on this contact

+211921151272
Email: johnfola993@gmail.com or mopsintss3@gmail.com

Thank you
Khamis John
MOPS International Director
St. Thomas Parish Church
Juba, South Sudan
Emmanuel Tombe chrispino
Sat, 1 Dec 2018 00:49 EST
Am request for the position of immigration and visa
+211925416162
tomchrispino@gmali.com
Asobasi Francis Rasul
Fri, 26 Oct 2018 03:26 EDT
APPLICATION FOR THE POST OF SECURITY ASSISTANCE
TO THE HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGER HAI TAWARA
BRITISH EMBASSY JUBA TOWN
SOUTH SUDAN SOUTH SUDAN
26/10/2018
Dear HR Manager

RE:APPLICATION FOR THE POST OF SECURITY ASSISTANCE.

I the under signed is a secondary school lever (Uganda Certificate of Education UCE)holding certicates in security supervision training Diploma in Security Management (stone Bridge UK) and forgetting Certified training in computer studies and basic security, hereby applying for the above referenced post.

My 11 year"s proven work experience under different multi cultural and working conditions,have taught me the major aspects of security,Records management among others has extremely made me to desire a SECURITY ASSISTANCE in your great organization where i belief is the right place to achieve my career objectives development.

Although i am happy in my current position as field officer in Ws-Insight Security Service under diplomatic sites Unicef, World Bank, WHO and British Embassy Security Unity with Local Contractor ID No-05014. It is due to expire in 31-Nov-2018.

Complementing my work experience, I studied all the basic functional field (criminal prevention, Criminology & Offices, Search, Arrest Procedures,Surveillance Detection Techniques,First Aid Fighting, Observation Techniques, Bomb Recognition, Suicide Terrorism, Client & public Relations, Communication)

I have the knowledge base that will enable me to be productive now which i can build upon base through practical experience.

Therefore I would be grateful to receive any feedback to the above mentioned reference from your esteemed office.

Your Sincerely,

Asobasi Francis Rasul
Tel:+211(0)921 752 452
915 745 896
E-mail asobasi.francis@yahoo.com
Awas Joshua ondiek
Thu, 25 Oct 2018 23:29 EDT
TO THE HUMAN RESOURCE THE BRITISH EMBASSY.
Am awas Joshua am a holder of degree in procurement and logistics from the University of kyambongo in Uganda am a toposa from kapoeta am in interested in working as a volunteer in the embassy as per any vacancies available in the embassy am ready to work in any part of the country.thanks waiting for your response.
Martin Woja Santino
Thu, 13 Sep 2018 10:14 EDT
Request for funding to attend the first African Youth Mainstreaming Roundtable funding scheduled to take place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia from 15 to 18 October 2018
Dear Sir/madam
I am writing to ask for your financial assistance in providing travel, accommodation and African Youth Mainstreaming Roundtable funding scheduled to take place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia from 15 to 18 October 2018 so that I may attend the First African Youth Mainstreaming Roundtable on the theme Effective Convergence for Economic, Governance and Security Development of Africa Gap Bridging through Youth Inclusion in consonance with the African Union Theme for 2017 and 2018, Harnessing the Demographic Dividend through Investment in Youth and Winning the Fight against Corruption: A Sustainable Path to Africas Transformation. Besides debating critical issues related to the African Union's theme for the year 2017, 2018 and beyond, the event will also feature a special Youth Ministerial Room, which will be a platform for both bilateral and youth interactions with invited Ministers, Ambassadors of AU member countries in Ethiopia, diplomats and other public officials of similar stature to explore prospects and opportunities in Promoting Mainstreaming, Sustainable Impacts; Participation in Governance and Political processes for Appropriate Channeling of Investments in Youth. The engagement is developed on the quest for Africa socioeconomic Integration and formation of formidable single global partnership, for the crystallization of the African Single Agenda of shared vision, common destiny and unified prosperity, which is a major flagship programe of the African Union ambitious Agenda 2063. As key drivers of the African Union Agenda 2063, the October 15-18, 2018 AYM-Roundtable is aimed at drawing stakeholders from the Africa Union Commission (Peace and Security, Trade and Industry, Social Affairs, Human Resources, Science and Technology) and the Private sector to jointly assess the potentials, relevance and comparative advantages of Africas young demography. During the 3-days AYM-Roundtable on the implementation of the African Unions existing and present protocols; with the central theme focusing on Effective Convergence for Economic, Governance and Security Development of Africa Gap Bridging through Youth Inclusion"; EXPECTED OUTCOME young people including women will lead the process in accelerating the various African Union Agenda, decade plans, protocols, roadmaps and frameworks. That the AYMR will become a spring board for total engagement of African organized private sector through social inclusion principles. That the building of a prosperous Africa by Africans led investments and innovations be driven by a new think and actions of young Africans who are agents of transformation. My invitation is due to the fact that I am a representatives of the ministry of Youth, labor and trade/industry in AU member states, I will be expecting your positive reply to me to confirm for my invitation within the shortest possible time.
The cost for me to attend the roundtable will place a significant financial burden on myself. The detailed costs to attending the First African Youth Mainstreaming Roundtable are attached
After the First African Youth Mainstreaming Roundtable I will be happy to share information I gain from attending with your organization I would be happy to speak to your group following the First African Youth Mainstreaming Roundtable with a description of the program and to share information about multi-sensory impaired youths/adults in general. I also hope to share the many things I learned at the First African Youth Mainstreaming Roundtable with other groups and organizations in the country.
Thank you very much for your consideration.
Sincerely

Martin Woja Santino
Country Representative, South Sudan
southsudan@ayuc.africa, hopemartins34@gmail.com
0919155100, 0925430408

Detailed costs to attending the First African Youth Mainstreaming Roundtable
Airfare to/from
$800

Taxi fare to/from
$100

Rental car
$150

Roundtable registration
$350

Visa
$120

Hotel
$120x3=360

Total costs
$2000
DEDE CHARLES LEMI
Thu, 5 Jul 2018 07:23 EDT
LOOKING FOR A VOLUNTARY WORK.
Hai Tarawa Residential Area,
P.O.BOX...Juba South Sudan.
26th -April-2018

To the:
Human Resource Manager
British Embassy, Juba, South Sudan.
5-July-2018.
DEAR SIR / MADAM,
REF: AN APPLICATION FOR THE POST OF A VOLUNTARY PROTECTION WORKER OR ANY WORK/ASSIGNMENT.
Having seen your advert for the post of a Protection Officer, I am writing to outline my background in the advertised post and I believe my experience will be of interest to you that I would be a welcome addition to your team.
In my former roles, I have responsibilities of;
• Ensure that the child protection and reporting activities within the project areas are implemented in a timely, professional and sustainable manner.
• Supervise and work closely with Project Assistants and case workers.
Work closely with community leaders to foster good will and support child protection activities.
• Organize and conduct regular field visits to ensure technical support to Project Assistants and case workers.
• Providing support/carrying out NFI distributions.
• Cooperation with local authorities and local communities.
• Cooperation with Project/ Program me Coordinator
• Keeping proper records of field expenditures and reporting accordingly
• Distribution of NFI to selected and registered beneficiaries.
• Ensure good monitoring and evaluation of implemented child protection

I would like to confirm that I am available for interview at short notice. Please do not hesitate to call me on +211927774565.

So I will be very grateful if you could put my application into consideration for interview to discuss my application in greater depth. I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours faithfully,

Sign:........................
Dede Charles Lemi.
Tel:+211927774565.
E-Mail:dedecharles88@gmail.com




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