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Accountants needed in Haiti

Earthquake-hit nation in desperate need of French-speaking accountants

French-speaking accountants are desperately being sought to help out with the
humanitarian crisis following the tragic earthquake in Haiti.

Mango, a charity that helps provide management accounting for
non-governmental organizations, in urgently looking for accountants who can lend
support to the stricken Caribbean country.

“We need more French speaking accountants to support the relief efforts and
rebuild Haiti in the longer term”, said Lucy Markby, Mango’s placements
director.

If you wish to help out in Haiti, contact
www.mango.org.uk/recruitment

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