World Food Programme Employee Review
productive but not attractive
• I have good interpersonal communication skill in working with team and other stakeholders. • I have a firm belief in respecting diversity and working in team • Sensitive to vulnerable groups ( children, youth and women). • I have a very good research back ground and well acquainted with Quantitative and qualitative data analysis skills.
Ratings by category
• I have a very good experience on project monitoring, evaluation, documentation and report writing skills. • Concept note and project proposal development • Quality donor attractive reporting with success stories • I have good interpersonal communication skill in working with team and other stakeholders.
WFP is very demanding organisation which expects 110%. Career advancement requires lengthy processes and is difficult to facilitate. Salary increases are also very slow and often delayed wiht 2-3 years Bureaucracy is the most frustrating part of the job
rewarding knowing that WFP assist the hungry poor
lack of decent salary increases, long hours, poor work life balance, too much travel