Interns' field work
Interns' diary: Anahit Simonyan II
Work in the field is over but the impressions are so vivid that will carry on for long. In fact, the experience was unprecedented for me and as such it made me understand that this is the kind of work I can pleasurably and, perhaps, successfully do...
Interns' Diary: Afsoon Donna Houshidari III
After an hour’s bumpy ride from the city of Varanasi (formerly Benares), our team arrives at Manihau, a village where there has been no intervention by UNICEF’s Bal Adhikar Project.
Interns' Diary: Afsoon Donna Houshidari II
Our team set out from Lucknow at 6 am and drove 6 hours to Bhadohi, another city in the state of Uttar Pradesh where the office of the Project Management Unit (PMU) of the Bal Adhikar Child Labour Elimination Project is based.
An Intern's Diary: Nancy Choden
When I initially applied for the UNICEF internship programme, I never really thought that I had the slightest chance of making it through....when I got the acceptance mail from UNICEF and, obviously, I was very elated and happy at my achievement.
Intern's diary: Lotte de Rooij
So, here we are. The first two weeks have past and our research is just about ready to really start of.
Intern's diary: Afsoon Donna Houshidari
This internship is my introduction to all that comprises the vast country of India.
Interns' diary: Anahit Simonyan
I feel myself very rewarded being selected for this programme among other, perhaps no less skillful and knowledgeable, candidates and offered the chance to work for children in India.