Mennonite Central Committee

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20/12/2018 - 11:01am

Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) is a global, nonprofit organization that strives to share God’s love and compassion for all through relief, development and peacebuilding. Established in 1920, MCC has almost 100 years of experience working with local communities to respond to basic human needs and work for peace and justice and currently operates in 54 countries around the world. MCC has been present in the Middle East for over 50 years, and currently supports projects in Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Jordan, Palestine and Egypt. MCC maintains an office in Beirut, coordinating and supporting projects throughout Lebanon which are implemented in close partnership with local organizations. The portfolio of supported projects include food assistance, livelihoods and early recovery, WASH, education, psychosocial support and peacebuilding.

Acronym: 
MCCL
Organisation Type: 
International Civil Society Organisation
Founding Year: 
1995
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Intervention Sector(s): 
Education
Food & Nutrition
Mental Health
Refugees
Water sanitation and hygiene
Contact person's position: 
HR Director
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Address: 
251 Toufic Tabbara
Sanayeh, Beirut , Beirut
لبنان
Beirut LB
City: 
Sanayeh, Beirut
Street: 
251 Toufic Tabbara
Website: 
Email: 
LebanonInfo@mcc.org
Contact person's name: 
HR Director
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The Finance and Administrative Assistant is responsible for assisting with the day-to-day finance and office operations of the MCC Lebanon program. She/he works as part of the MCC Lebanon team and provides administrative support to the MCC office in Beirut.

Tuesday, 8 January 2019
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The MCC Project Coordinator will be the lead point-person for a three-year European Commission project. The successful applicant will coordinate all activities for the European Commission project. The project aims to combat religious intolerance and discrimination in Lebanon, Syria, Jordan and Iraq through enhancing mutual understanding and respect between different faiths or sects. The project will accomplish this aim through supporting local CSOs with sub-grant projects, capacity-building, and promoting inclusive and strategic partnerships with religious leaders and civil society leaders.

Tuesday, 8 January 2019
Expired

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