As part of the first cohort of the DFID Entry Scheme for Advisers (DESA), Isabelle Abbott Pugh, James Hamilton-Harding and Clare McCrum gamely signed up to spend one year working in the UK and two years in an as-yet-to-be-determined overseas …
DFID Entry Scheme for Advisers
The DFID Entry Scheme for new Advisers (DESA) is designed to identify, recruit and develop talented people with the potential to become high performing professional advisers within DFID.
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