Category: Engineering

Julian Doczi, Senior Research Officer – Water Policy Programme, ODI

 Fewer people probably dream about doing accounting or IT for the UN than about being a humanitarian field worker, but either type of career is equally valid and important in development. Name:  Julian DocziNationality: Canadian / Hungarian Current Position: Senior Research Officer – Water PolicyOrganisation: Water Policy Programme, Overseas Development Institute (ODI)  Qualifications (and University): M.Sc. Climate Change and International…

Brenna Moore – Water Economist, Food and Agriculture Organization

If somebody is interested in working for the United Nations, it is important to have a genuine commitment to and understanding of development issues. However, this is not enough, and practical skills are essential. Name:  Brenna Moore Main country of residence: Italy Current Position: Water EconomistOrganisation: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Qualifications: MSc in Water Science, Policy…

Andante Hadi – Assistant Professor and former Intern (Asian Development Bank and United Nations University, Institute of Advanced Studies)

Networking is as important for the expansion of my current career in development as it was to start it. Name:  Andante Hadi PandyaswargoMain country of residence: Japan Current Position: Assistant Professor Organisation: Tokyo Institute of Technology, Department of International Development Engineering Qualifications: Ph.D (Engineering) – Waseda University, Masters of Engineering – Fachhochschule Trier, Master of Science (International Cooperation Policy) –…

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