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Medair is a humanitarian aid organisation inspired by Christian faith. For our Headquarters and Internationally Recruited Staff, we are looking for professionals who share our values, and are committed and motivated to relieve suffering in some of the world’s most remote and vulnerable communities. What’s so rewarding about a career with Medair? You will help save and sustain the lives of people who truly need assistance, while also learning new skills in a complex humanitarian environment. You will immerse yourself in a foreign culture and experience the joys and challenges of living and working with an international team. You will know the rich blessing of saving a life, of teaching new skills, of seeing communities restored and transformed.
Medair is an international non-governmental organization NGO of humanitarian aid with a stated mission, "to relieve suffering in some of the world’s most remote and devastated places." Medair provides emergency relief and recovery services including Health and Nutrition; Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene; and Shelter and Infrastructure. Medair lists its values as: hope, compassion, dignity, accountability, integrity, and faith.Medair’s statutes were registered in 1989 with the Registre du Commerce of the state of Vaud, Switzerland. Its international and operational headquarters are based in Switzerland. Medair has been active in 31 countries, working in some of the most remote, hard-to-reach places in the world. It is independent of any political, economic, or social authority. As a signatory of the Code of Conduct for the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and NGOs in Disaster Relief, the organization provides aid to the most vulnerable, irrespective of race, gender, religion, age, or nationality.Medair has approximately 750 employees worldwide, many with years of humanitarian experience. Medair’s annual operating income in 2013 was USD 45.3 million. Its programs served 1.25 million direct beneficiaries in 2013.The organization is responding to the Nepal earthquakes, to the Syrian refugee crisis in Lebanon and Jordan and providing relief and recovery services in, South Sudan, Iraq, Democratic Republic of Congo, Madagascar, Afghanistan, Syria and Somalia. Recent programs have been run in Albania, Angola, Armenia, Bangladesh, Chad, Chechnya, Haiti, India, Indonesia, Ingushetia, Iraq, Iran, Kenya, Kosovo, Liberia, Mozambique, Ossetia, Philippines, Rwanda, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Pakistan, Uganda, and Zimbabwe.