World Food Programme
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World Food Programme Employee Review

productive but not attractive

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29 December 2016
• 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.
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  1. productive but not attractive