Concern Worldwideconcern worldwide, concern worldwide jobs
Concern Worldwide often referred to as Concern is Ireland's largest aid and humanitarian agency Since its foundation 49 years ago it has worked in 50 countries and currently employs 3,200 staff in 26 countries around the world Concern works to help those living in the world's poorest countries to achieve real and lasting improvements in their lives Concern is engaged in long-term development work, in addition to emergency relief in Africa, Asia and the Caribbean Concern’s core work focuses on health, hunger and humanitarian response in emergencies They work in partnership with small community groups as well as governments and large global organisations Concern is just one of fourteen fully certified members of Humanitarian Accountability Partnership
Concern Worldwide US is an affiliate of Concern Worldwide It has offices in New York City and Chicago Concern Worldwide is a partner of the One Campaign
- 1 History
- 2 Concern’s Work
- 3 Governance
- 4 Funding
- 5 Current campaigns
- 51 1000 DAYS
- 6 Ongoing initiatives
- 61 Concern Fast
- 62 Creative Writing Competition
- 63 Concern Challenges
- 7 Further reading
- 8 External links
- 9 Notes
Concern Worldwide was set up by a small group of people including John and Kay O’Loughlin Kennedy in their home in Dublin in March 1968, following an appeal for aid by missionaries for the starving population of war-torn Biafra In June 1968 Africa Concern, as it was originally called, launched their famine appeal “Send One Ship” The ship, the Colmcille landed off the coast of Biafra in September 1968 with supplies of powdered food and medicine In 1970 the public were asked to respond to the cyclone in East Pakistan and Africa Concern became Concern
Concern has worked in 50 countries and currently employs just under 3,200 staff in 25 countries around the world delivering programmes benefiting 85 million people annually Concern’s work is centered on 5 main programmes, Education, Emergencies, HIV and AIDS, Health and Livelihoods Concern launched an appeal to tackle the drought in East Africa in June 2011 They also responded to the earthquake in Haiti and the floods in Pakistan The Chief Executive Officer is Dominic MacSorley Concern is a member of the Humanitarian Accountability Partnership
Concern is controlled and regulated by its members who have responsibility for the Articles of Association, election of the Council, appointment of the auditors and approval of accounts The Council of Concern is elected from membership at each AGM The maximum number on the Council is 24 and one third must step down every year They meet at least 4 times per year The Council is accountable to the relevant government Minister to ensure that the Companies Act is adhered to They are also accountable to the general public to ensure that donations are put to an appropriate use Concern is the first Irish charity to receive certification from the Geneva-based organisation Humanitarian Accountability Partnership HAP, which works to make humanitarian work more accountable and transparent through self-regulation, compliance verification, and quality assurance certification Concern is a member of the Irish Charities and Tax Research Reform Group Concern Worldwide’s annual report and accounts won the charity and not-for-profit category in the annual Chartered Accountants Leinster Society awards for published accounts for 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012
Concern raises money from individuals, communities, sponsored events and companies as well as receiving financial support from the Irish government, the European Union, the United Nations, the British government and other government agencies, private donors, and major trusts Concern is one of many charities that use street collectors often referred to as chuggers charity muggers In 2007, the Irish Government announced a 5-year strategic funding programme with Concern which would see funding double from €60 million for the period 2003 to 2006 to €148 million over the 5-year period from 2007 to 2011 Subsequent to the announcement, Irish Aid announced a series of cutbacks to Ireland's official development aid, including the programme under which Concern was funded
By improving nutrition in the 1,000 days between the start of pregnancy and a child’s second birthday, Concern hopes to help families, communities and countries break the cycle of poverty and hunger
The Concern Fast is a sponsored 24-hour fast and programme of events to raise money to fight child malnutrition
Creative Writing Competition
Since 2008 Concern has run an annual creative writing competition in a number of age categories In 2012, they received hundreds of essays from all over the world
Concern runs a number of different physical challenges around the world during the year which provides participants with the opportunity to fund raise
Tony Farmar, Believing in action: Concern the first thirty years, 1968–1998 Dublin, A & A Farmar, 2002 ISBN 1-899047-81-6
- Concern Worldwide
- Concern Worldwide US
- Concern Challenge
- International Community must help people of Haiti build a better future by Tom Arnold
- Praise for Ireland's approach to hunger
- Father Aengus Finucane - Daily Telegraph obituary
- Irish Aid Background Note for the Minister of State
- Millennium Development Goals
- ^ "Irish Aid : Background note for the Minister of State March 2011"
- ^ "Our History : Concern Worldwide"
- ^ "About Concern"
- ^ "About Our Programmes : Concern Worldwide"
- ^ "Humanitarian Accountability Partnership" Archived from the original on 2014-07-14
- ^ "Our History : Concern Worldwide"
- ^ "Annual Report : Concern Worldwide"
- ^ Gartland, Fiona 2 August 2011 "Concern Appeals for more aid for Africa: Irish Times" The Irish Times
- ^ "YouTube : Tom Arnold of Concern Worldwide thanking the public for their support of the people of Haiti"
- ^ "Our work in Pakistan : Concern Worldwide"
- ^ "How we are governed : Concern Worldwide"
- ^ "How About us : Humanitarian Accountability Partnership" Archived from the original on 2012-10-16
- ^ "ICTR"
- ^ "Chartered Accountants"
- ^ "How we raise money-Concern Worldwide"
- ^ Blackley, Michael 10 March 2010 "Call for Crackdown on Charity Collectors : The Scotsman, 10 March 2010" Edinburgh
- ^ "Minister Lenihan to announce new €148 million multi-annual package for Concern"
- ^ http://wwwdochasie/shared/files/1/090501-government_cuts_support_to_irish_charitiespdf Archived March 24, 2012, at the Wayback Machine
- ^ "https://wwwconcernnet/get-involved/campaign-with-us/1000-days" Concern Worldwide Retrieved 2016-10-04 External link in |title= help
- ^ "Concern Fast"
- ^ "Concern Writing Competition"
- ^ "Concern Writing Competition" The Irish Times 23 June 2011
- ^ "Concern Challenges" Archived from the original on 2006-09-20
concern worldwide, concern worldwide bangladesh address, concern worldwide burundi, concern worldwide ethiopia, concern worldwide job vacancies, concern worldwide jobs, concern worldwide kenya contacts, concern worldwide logo, concern worldwide pakistan, concern worldwide sierra leone
Concern Worldwide Information about
Concern Worldwide viewing the topic.
There are excerpts from wikipedia on this article and video
Our site has a system which serves search engine function.
You can search all data in our system with above button which written "What did you look for? "
Welcome to our simple, stylish and fast search engine system.
We have prepared this method why you can reach most accurate and most up to date knowladge. The search engine that developed for you transmits you to the latest and exact information with its basic and quick system.
You can find nearly everything data which found from internet with this system.