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Bread for the World Institute is seeking an advisor to provide policy leadership on issues of global hunger and food security, especially in fragile and conflict-affected countries, and the role of effective U.S. global development and humanitarian assistance, diplomacy, and multilateral aid in supporting country-led development and addressing the causes of and providing solutions to hunger and poverty around the world.
The ideal candidate will possess a graduate degree in a related field with minimum of eight years of relevant policy analysis experience and have broad knowledge of global development and foreign assistance policy issues.
Bread for the World is an EOE.
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