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Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of The 30th Annual ECHO International Agriculture Conference

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Farm Internships at Aloha House - an orphanage on an organic farm. Aloha Urban Farm, Aloha Organic Basakan (1 hectare rice) and Aloha Ranch (7 hectares)
Aloha Ranch and Organic Farm
Learn and help run our 7 hectare ecoLOGICAL village. Communal living with out the communism.
-learn to run our 1 hectare market gardens with regular deliveries
-attend our vocational training with TESDA and earn a National Certificate in Organic Agriculture Production NCII
-Earn a PDC (Permaculture Design Certificate) in our 17 day PDC PERMACULTURE DESIGN COURSE

Help improve our various programs
-eco village with earth and bamboo construction
-food forest with fruits, wild vegetables and herbs
-eco tours and nature trails
-zip lines
-2 aquaponics systems
International Literacy and Development
Needed: Nanny for 3 infants & 2 toddlers of cross-cultural workers

Duration: 3 months to 1+ year, start January 2024

Your Role:
You will help supervise 1-3 infants & 1-2 toddlers so their parents can be engaged among their unreached neighbors. Usually your time with the kids, though never all 5 alone at once, will take place in the home but sometimes will include joining the team at the farm or spending time with neighbors. There is also an expectation to help contribute with regular communal meals. If you have strong interests in cross-cultural interaction, learning foreign languages, and/or gardening you are well suited to join us!

Location: Francophone West Africa
The team lives in a remote village (2-day drive from the capital or 2.5-hour flight on new MAF flights!). Their cement block house has basic running water and solar power for fridge/freezer, washing machine, lights etc. Your Guest House has limited power for lights/charging. There is a missionary hospital 2.5 hrs. away. Their Muslim neighbors live in houses with tin roofs or thatch huts and are mainly subsistence farmers or merchants.

Our Vision:
The husband is establishing a Demonstration Farm with cashews as a cash crop and tropical fruit trees for local nutrition. The wife has served there since 2008, is trained as an Orality Specialist, and generally helps with the newly launched Translation. However, with an infant & active toddler her time is quite limited to devote to the Comprehension Check for which she is uniquely qualified. The team will also be busy welcoming new teammates (3 adults, 1 toddler, 2 infants), whose primary roles will be language and culture learning (as well as setting up 2 new houses).

• Approx. Fundraised Budget = $2,000 one time + $300/month
Business Missions Missionary
Pioneer Bible Translators
Life on life discipleship through business. Possible avenues: agriculture, bee keeping, libraries, IT, sports, and so much more.
Internship Opportunities
Pioneer Bible Translators
Internship opportunities all over the world with one thing in mind, advancement of the gospel through discipleship. Please take a look at some of the opportunities that are offered right now, and prayerfully consider next steps.
Senior Agriculture Advisor
HOPE International
The senior agriculture savings group program advisor is responsible for growing and formalizing HOPE’s rapidly growing Biblically based, regenerative agriculture initiatives throughout our global savings group network. HOPE International implements agriculture trainings by equipping and supporting a network of partners with a holistic, church-centered regenerative agriculture trainings that build resiliency in the lives of rural and vulnerable communities.
Associate Vice President of Operations
Dallas International University
the Associate Vice President of Operations is to support the VP of Operations in all aspects of that position. the AVPO has authority to step into the VPO's role when the VPO is absent or delegates responsibility to the AVPO. the AVPO is intended to eventually succeed the VPO.
Learning and Logistics Coordinator
The Learning & Logistics Coordinator strengthens and expands ECHO’s network in the North America Region through its training program. By providing leadership, support, and coordination to ECHO’s historic training program they help strengthen the capacity of ECHO’s diverse global network to defeat hunger and improve lives through sustainable food and agroecosystems strategies.
The central responsibility of the Learning and Logistic Coordinator (LLC) is to oversee and execute training programs at the Small Farm Resource Center in North Fort Myers, FL and throughout the English Speaking/North America Region. Responsibilities include identifying training opportunities and beneficiaries, validating the Regional Impact Center’s materials and training methodologies, promoting training events, and evaluating program success. This position will work with other departments such as the Small Farm Resource Center, Research & Publications, and Extension. Along with the rest of the Impact Center team, The LLC oversees the logistics of event planning, welcoming, hosting, and engaging of trainees and facilitators.
The LLC will coordinate training that will focus on networking with:
North Americans who are currently serving internationally,
North Americans who are aspirational for international service and
North Americans and those working with them who are facing food insecurity and
livelihood challenges.
East Africa Regional Director
Strengthen the capacity of a diverse regional network to defeat hunger and improve lives through sustainable food and agricultural options. The director is responsible for building a regional network and serving that network with joy by identifying, validating, sharing, and measuring the efficacy of contextualized agricultural strategies (4 core functions of ECHO) with technical excellence for the Glory of God.
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