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Programme Officer – Central Asia

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Sectors Sustainability, Climate, CSR, EMS
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Type Fixed Term and Permanent Roles
Status Full Time
Level Mid Level
Deadline 30/01/2022
Company Name IUCN
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The Programme Officer – Central Asia will support the successful implementation of the TRAFFIC activities under the FFI led INL Project “Strengthening Capacity & Fostering the Will to Combat Wildlife Crime in Central Asia“. The role will work in close collaboration with the lead organization FFI and all other project partners

The Programme Officer – Central Asia will work in close collaboration with other TRAFFIC staff and offices, and with external partners and organisations such as WWF and IUCN.


• Support the implementation of TRAFFIC´s component of the INL project “Strengthening Capacity & Fostering the Will to Combat Wildlife Crime in Central Asia”.
• Works and liaises with government stakeholders in Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan to support improved data collection, management and analysis procedures and lead the technical delivery of data sharing and training workshops.
• Supports financial and technical reporting and provides logistical support, i.e. organizing meetings and workshop.
• Supports project development, identification of suitable donors and partners, and development of project proposals that support the delivery of TRAFFIC’s programme in Central Asia.
• Responds to general enquiries that are directed to TRAFFIC and represents TRAFFIC in media events as appropriate.
• Communicates the nature and results of the work that TRAFFIC undertakes and represents TRAFFIC at designated international meetings and conferences, and reports on these meetings.
• Maintains links and good working relationships with FFI, ACBK, Ekomaktab, WWF, IUCN, governmental and intergovernmental agencies, and other relevant NGOs in the Central Asia Region.

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