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UNICEF in Botswana

FAQ

 

FAQ

  Where does UNICEF operate and where is it based?

UNICEF's work is carried out in 191 countries through country programmes and National Committees. Some 88 per cent of the organization's posts are located in the field. In addition to the country offices there are  eight regional offices as well as a research centre in Florence, a supply operation in Copenhagen and offices in Tokyo and Brussels. UNICEF headquarters are in New York. Read more

The UNICEF Country Office in Botswana is in Gaborone.

What is UNICEF's purpose and Vision?
THE VISION OF UNICEF GLOBALLY

When and why did UNICEF start work in Botswana?
HISTORY OF UNICEF IN BOTSWANA

What is the role of UNICEF in Botswana?
UNICEF ROLE IN BOTSWANA

How does UNICEF work with the Government of Botswana and other development partners?
BOTSWANA UNICEF AND PARTNERS

What are UNICEF's main achievements in Botswana?
BOTSWANA UNICEF AND ACHIEVEMENTS

What are some of the challenges that UNICEF face in Botswana?
BOTSWANA UNICEF AND CHALLENGES

Can UNICEF sponsor a student to pursue thier eduction in Botswana or outside?
BOTSWANA UNICEF AND EDUCATION

I am a young person.What do you have for me?
BOTSWANA UNICEF AND YOUTH

How does an organisation become a UNICEF partner?
BOTSWANA UNICEF AND PARTNERS

Can UNICEF-Botswana support organisations that fight for the rights of the child?
BOTSWANA UNICEF AND SPONSORSHIP

Can an individual/group/organisation donate funds to UNICEF in Botswana?
BOTSWANA UNICEF AND DONATIONS

How does a student get to enrol in the internship programme for UNICEF in Botswana?
BOTSWANA UNICEF AND INTERNSHIP

Who is the head of UNICEF office in Botswana?
BOTSWANA UNICEF AND HEAD OF OFFICE

How can i get copies of UNICEF publication?
BOTSWANA UNICEF AND PUBLICATIONS

What does the acronym UNICEF stand for?
UNICEF ACRONYM

How and where do i apply for a job with UNICEF?
BOTSWANA UNICEF AND EMPLOYMENT

I'm a member of the press-where do i go for information?
BOTSWANA UNICEF AND THE PRESS


 

 
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