USAID Biodiversity Activity - Nepal

USAID Biodiversity Activity will reduce multiple threats to ecosystem and wildlife species to conserve nature, enhance human well-being, and safeguard the future. The Activity will achieve measurable conservation targets within the biodiversity-rich, terrestrial, and freshwater ecosystems of the Gandaki and Karnali river basins, while increasing resilience to climate change and contributing to the inclusive and sustainable development of the Nepali people. To accomplish this, the Activity will implement activities aligned with three mutually interrelated and reinforcing objectives: improve the health of ecosystems (Objective 1), strengthen environmental crime control and natural resource safeguards (Objective 2), and enhance the climate resilience of natural and human ecosystems (Objective 3).
Consistent with DAI’s commitment to attracting and retaining staff from all races, ethnicities, castes and backgrounds, DAI may adjust eligibility requirements to allow for applicants from excluded groups.  In these cases, the SOW and vacancy announcement will clearly indicate the minimum requirements according to the CCP as well as the revised minimum requirements for applicants representing an excluded group. In Nepal, DAI considers excluded groups to be women, Dalits, indigenous ethnic minority groups. Madhesi, Muslim, persons with disabilities, people living in remote areas, and sexual and gender minorities.
 

DAI promotes workforce diversity and considers excluded groups to include, women, Dalits, indigenous ethnic minority groups. Madhesi, Muslim, persons with disabilities, people living in remote areas, and sexual and gender minorities.

About DAI

DAI is a global development company with corporate offices in the United States, the United Kingdom, EU, Nigeria, Pakistan, and Palestine and project operations worldwide. We tackle fundamental social and economic development problems caused by inefficient markets, ineffective governance, and instability. DAI works on the frontlines of global development. Transforming ideas into action—action into impact. We are committed to shaping a more livable world.

DAI and its employees are committed to confronting racism and holding ourselves accountable for positive change within the company and in the communities, cultures, and countries in which we live and work.  DAI is committed to attracting and retaining the best employees from all races and backgrounds in our continued effort to become a better development partner.

DAI upholds the highest ethical standards. We are committed to the prevention of sexual exploitation, abuse, and harassment as well as other ethical breaches. All of our positions are therefore subject to stringent vetting and reference checks.