Life on assignment

There are significant practicalities to working as an expat or national staff within the humanitarian arena: health, insurance, child care/education, banking, investment, short-term contracts, taxation, moving/relocation, affairs back home, working as a consultant or maintaining personal relationships. In short, managing the common practicalities of life often require less-than-common approaches when on mission with a humanitarian agency.
Humanitarian workers outside their quarters
Photo: EC/ECHO/Anouk Delafortrie

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