AFD Says Recruitment Capacity 'Unchanged'

The French Development Agency, or AFD, says its recruitment capacity “remains unchanged” amid a reorienation of the agency’s recruitment policy in 2010.  

The recruitment policy was “reoriented” last year to scale back on the use of temporary workers and consultants, and instead increase the number of recruitments.

“AFD hired 125 people, whereas only 111 recruitments had initially been planned. All the recruitments were made in line with AFD’s internal regulations, with the exception of assistants to the executive management and one member of the Executive Management Committee,” the agency said in a March 10 statement. 

It adds: AFD’s “recruitment capacity remains unchanged. This capacity is essential in order to back up AFD’s human capital, which reinforces its economic model and helps scale up its activities.

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  • Ma. Rizza Leonzon

    As a former staff writer, Rizza focused mainly on business coverage, including key donors such as the Asian Development Bank and AusAID.