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I feel that those who work at UNICEF got the job not only from their hard work but also they are fortunate enough that they have been selected.Workspace is free from office politics and people share the concept of equality with each other.coworkers are helpful and loving who are always ready to stand with you.
Healthy office environment and canteen is available for lunch and snacks
there's no complimentary tea or coffee as like other offices provide for their employees
Great opportunity to work with UNICEF in the RMNCHA area.Great support from higher-level authorities during difficulties.Provide excellent quality healthcare services to the vulnerable section
Great learning place, global environment, freedom to take risks, respectable salary, and work-life balance
It was at UNICEF that I really sharpened my skills in development communication, more specifically social and behaviour change communication (SBCC). There were many firsts during my work at UNICEF: I led the development of the first national guideline on developing and implementing communication strategies to promote demand for routine immunization; I led the development of the national Inter-Personal Skills training course for community health workers, under which 2.7 million health workers are undergoing training. Good salary, good DSA rates for travel, employee network meetings twice a year, opportunities to work in multidiscipinary sectors, supporting government programs, motivation to take risks and be innovative, and respect for work-life balance makes UNICEF a great place to work.
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It is my pleasure to work with UNICEF and assiting my support through it to young new born children and be part of programs working for children's health, Nutrition, protection and education
An International NGO working towards child's rights and attention towards vulnerable children, particularly in Civil strife area. Women are also involved in the life cycle of development activity. Milinium goals are set and achieved as expected.
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The Work is interesting but the organisation does not give any job security or upward mobility. The seniors possess much more powers and discretion, participation of sub ordinates in their job enhancement or job security is minimal. More focus is on project completion and report writing.
It has a high learning curve and requires one to boldly go into the field and interact with locals giving them the satisfaction of working for a cause.
Restricted to the government compliances, too much politics, people don't really have a sense of humor here