A community center, set up in 2003 with the aim of providing a range of services to the community.
The job would involve working closely with local librarians, ensuring the proper running of the library and organizing book clubs for members. The community center also runs classes in English, Mandarin, Russian and Computing, and provides counseling services and youth activities.
The applicant should have competence in library work, office administration and management, and enjoy working with youth and students.
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|Stories: Central Asia|
|When The Walls Came Down [Central Asia] The story of the foundation and growth of the church in one of the most repressive countries in Central Asia, written by one of that country's first Christians. (Go International, 2010 3, pdf)|
|A Time to Die [Central Asia] US Partner Danny writes about his work with elderly people who are left to die in squalid "retirement homes" in Central Asia. (Go International, 2010 1, pdf)|
|Are you Married [Central Asia] What a simple question revealed about the shocking way in which some women in Central Asia are treated by their husbands, and how he responded. (Go International, 2010 1, pdf)|
|Risky Living [Central Asia] Canadian Partners with long experience of working in Central Asia give their thoughts on the challenges and joys of mission to the hard places. (Go International, 2009 3, pdf)|
|God allows it... [Central Asia] A relection on the country's history, cultural heritage, awesome natural beauty and its great potential. (GO NZ, 2009 2, pdf)|
|God is working in Central Asia [Central Asia] In the midst of widespread hopelessness caused by poverty and corruption, some locals are finding hope through Jesus Christ. (GO NZ, 2009 2, pdf)|
|Mission and the Media [UK and Europe] Urban Vision Partner Jenny Taylor writes about her work with Lapido Media, a media organisation which aims to portray a more realistic view of the importance of faith in public life. (Go International, 2009 4, pdf)|
|Job ID||Date Posted||Job Title||Job Type||Location||Duration|
|330||26 March 2013||Librarian||Media||Central Asia||Mid Term|
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