世界银行灾害与风险管理岗位

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The Social, Urban, Rural and Resilience Global Practice works to help clients build inclusive, resilient, and sustainable cities, villages and communities, with strong linkages to the WBG's twin goals of ending extreme poverty and boosting shared prosperity. Past rural development efforts have not been enough to address the rural poor's vulnerability and marginalization. Although 80% of GDP is generated in urban areas, social exclusion and inequality are rapidly growing in cities. Since 1980, low-income countries have accounted for only 9% of the disaster events but 48% of fatalities. Increasing the resilience of cities, villages, and communities is critical because the burden of disasters, conflict, crime, and violence falls disproportionately on the poor and the bottom 40% of the population.

1 billion people are expected to move to cities by 2030. The growth path of cities, human settlements, and rural areas has local and global implications for sustainability and climate change. Ensuring that the marginalized and vulnerable segments of society have a say in defining their development path is indispensable.

To pursue these goals, the World Bank Group is seeking qualified applicants with experience in social inclusion and sustainability- with an emphasis on marginalized groups, gender, and youth; urban planning, services and institutions; social sustainability and safeguards; beneficiary and citizen engagement; land tenure policy and administration, urban planning and land-use management, geo-spatial planning tools, housing, informal settlements upgrade, risk assessment, hydromet services, resilient cities, resilient reconstruction, coastal protection; violence and conflict prevention and operational response; and national and regional territorial policy and local development.

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