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      Humanitarian assistance to job seekers and less priviledge persons is an international responsibility, rather than an act of charity. World recruitment Agency(WRA) is a body of collective international non-profit relief and development organization. 

 WORLD RECRUITMENTAGENCY. Serves as an umbrella for co-ordination all works of job seeker, less privileged, and disaster assistance. WRA provides members NGOs with a framework of consultation, co-ordination and advocacy on behalf of people forcibly displaced or otherwise affected by conflict, natural disasters and oppression. It addresses issues relating to protection and assistance to job seekers and  internally displaced persons as well as operations security and coordination in disaster response. WRA has been co-existing with the America recruitment committee started in 1997 to help children orphaned by wars, widows, the poor, the sick, the   starving and to care for the citizens of the third world nations.

 We are committed to meeting the needs of these people regardless of race, religion, and creed. WRA is one of the biggest recruitment agencies in the world today. Incorporated in Orlando city in the states of FLORIDA, U.S.A and meeting the needs of million of people all over the world through our four international branch offices located in UNITED KINGDOM, CANADA, CHINA and COTE D'IVOIRE in AFRICA .WRA has consultative status and working relations with several united nation agencies including the UN and social and economic council, UNICEF, UNHCR, the World Food Program and the World Health Organization. WRA has been assisting in area of shelters, job, food and area other humanitarian aides for years.

    WRA has also been resettling individuals from different parts of the world since 1997 in collaboration with the WRA, US bureau of population and American Recruitment Committee {ARC}. With the introduction of Employment, and Housing resettlement program, many citizens of third world nations have owned houses with well-paid jobs in the United States, United kingdom and Canada, while many people have been resettled. WRA is working to ensure that displaces victims receive the protection and assistance they need to survive. Since 1997,the US committees for recruitment have championed the protection around the world. USCR goes to the scene of refugee’s emergencies, often before any other observers to:·Talk to individual one on one · Record Human right abuses ·

     Devise a strategy to provide temporary safety and essential relief · Alert the public to the critical needs of people in crisis · Urge decision makers to intervene humanely in job seekers emergencies · Take steps to restore; to secure and protective lives.  WRA respond to emergencies with speed, efficiency and expertise, establishing leadership and laying the groundwork for other international relief organizations to offer assistance

WE ARE COMMITED TO THE POOR.

We are mandated to serve the needy people of the earth, to relief their suffering and to promote the transformation of their condition of life. · We seek to understand the situation of the poor and work alongside them toward fullness of life. · We seek to facilitate an engagement between the poor and the affluent that opens both to transformation. The need for transformation is common to all. Together we share a quest for justice, peace, reconciliation and healing in a broken world. WE VALUE PEOPLE. We regard all people as created and loved by God. We act in ways that respect the dignity, uniqueness and intrinsic worth of every person-the poor, donor, our own staffs and their families, boards and volunteers. We celebrate the richness of diversity in personality, culture and contribution. WE ARE STEWARDS. The resources at our disposal are not our own. They are a sacred trust from God through donors on behalf of the poor. We are faithful to the purpose for which those resources are given and manage them in manner that brings maximum benefit to the poor. We demand of ourselves high standard of professional competence and accept the need to be accountable through appropriate structures for achieving these standards. We are stewards of God’s creation. We care for the earth and act in ways that will restore and protect the environments. WE ARE PARTNERS. We are members of an international world vision partnership that transcends legal, structural, and cultural boundaries. We accept the obligation of joint participation, shared goal and mutual accountability that true partnership required. We affirm our interdependent and our willingness to yield autonomy as necessary for the common good. We commit ourselves to know, understand and love one another. WE ARE RESPONSIVE. We are responsive to life-threatening emergencies where our involvement is necessary and appropriate. We are willing to take intelligent risk and act quickly. We do this from a foundation of experience and sensitivity of what the situation requires. We also recognize that even in the mist of crisis, the destitute have a contribution to make from their experience.

WE SOUGHT OUR WORLD-WIDE EMPLOYMENT PROBLEMS FOR THE SECOND AND THIRD WORLD NATIONS

The poor nature of the third world countries today is due to lack of employment. But in principles there is no reason why this should happen. After all immigrants are consumers as well as workers, hence their arrival will also create new jobs to meet the demand that they create. Certainly some people will want to change jobs, often getting better ones, but the country as a whole will be better off. However, immigration may lead to a temporary increase in inequality. The belief that immigrants reduce employment for the native workers often assumes that the numbers of job in any country is fixed and that the arrival of more people will somehow dilute the available numbers of job. This is obviously false. If the population goes up, this create more consumers whose needs have to be met, and this create more jobs. Indeed even before immigrants have found work for themselves, they will be creating work for others who will be employed growing and distributing the food other immigrant will need, building the houses they live in and driving buses they ride on as they search for work. These extra jobs may not be as obvious as those, which immigrants do, but they are nevertheless created. The argument that immigrants are displacing native workers also assumes they are competing for the same jobs. But very often this is not the case. Immigrant workers commonly take jobs, which native workers shun because they offer low pay or low status-harvesting crops, washing dishes in restaurants or working in low-wage manufacturing. One sector that has for long depended on the immigrant labor is construction. Rising level of education in Southeast Asia for example make local people unwilling to be builders. South Korea has struggle to keep out immigrant workers, but in 1996,the ministry of construction and transportation conceded that it would have to import more foreign labor to build the country first high speed railway line. Moreover the range of jobs that nationals reject seems to be widening. Taxi drivers in the US for example used to attract native white and black workers. Nowadays, it is an immigrant job. In Washington DC, the Taxi Operators Association estimated that over the last 25 years, the proportion of drivers who are foreign born has risen from 25% to 85%. Bringing people to do such job can actually increase for the native population. The clearest example is domestic service where employing a low-skilled worker as a nanny can often release a woman to a high level professional job. Millions of women want to or have to work outside the home but can only do so with the help of immigrant workers. The neutral or beneficial effects of immigration would seem to be confirmed by unemployment data. Country that have had relatively high immigration in recent years-Australia, United States, Israel, Hong Kong Canada-have not had unusually high level of unemployment during period of peak immigration. In Australia for example, the overseas born make up more than 20% of the total population and there have been extensive research on the economic impact. This has concluded that immigrants have created at least as many job as they have occupied. A similar conclusion has been reached in Canada where 16% of the population is foreign born. A report from the economic council of Canada concluded that a steady of immigration does not cause any unemployment, mainly because the number of firms expands to create new jobs. This is not to say, however that some group of workers will not lose out as a result of immigration. The latest research from the United States suggest that while the country as a whole is better off, those at the bottom of the employment ladder, and particularly the previous group of immigrants, may in the short term face higher unemployment or lower wages

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