When did you start working with COSV? And how? I started with COSV at the end of 2007, through checking a website for job vacancies. What does it mean for you working for an NGO? It feels very comfortable to work with an NGO because they provide high respect to employees and the society, and it offered me the opportunity to support my Society on various levels. How is your involvement in an international NGO perceived within your social context? I see lots of appreciation from the [...]
When did you start working with COSV and how you got there? I started in February 2013, after responding to a vacancy that COSV had published in Juba. What does it mean for you to work with an NGO? How is your involvement in an international NGOs perceived within your social context? Working [...]
When did you start working with COSV and how did you come to know this organization? I joined COSV in June 2003. I was previously employed by a Commercial Bank where COSV held an account and an outgoing expatriate administrator who used to liaise with me at the bank offered me the job. At the [...]
The CUE COSV section proposes articles from different fields in order to give cause for reflection and debate about issues we work on: environment, economic development, culture, human rights and humanitarian aid. The articles are inspired by aid-workers in the field that call attention to context analysis, sectorial policies, criticalities and best practices of cooperation projects: from Podgorica to Sucre, from Ecuador to Kenya, from Mozambique to Lebanon, CUE COSV becomes an active tool of exchange and confrontation among different strategies of intervention, approaches and experiences.