FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT UNICEF JAMAICA
The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has been active in Jamaica since 1964 and a country office was opened in 1977.
1. What are the names and functions of staff members of UNICEF Jamaica?
Office of the Representative
Adolescent Health and Empowerment
Mrs. Melva Armstrong – Operations Manager
Mrs. Sharon Foster – Finance Assistant
Ms. Sandra Brown – Administrative Assistant
Mr. Christopher Pinnock – Senior IT Assistant
Mr. Lloyd Jones – Driver
Mr. Michael Powell – Driver
2. How does UNICEF provide funding for projects?
The mission, mandate and values of the organization must be compatible with those of UNICEF and should have a clear position on not exposing beneficiaries including children to any form of discrimination, abuse and exploitation. A standard proposal form must be completed for all projects requesting funding. There are also guidelines accompanying the proposal form which will provide useful information about UNICEF’s funding rules. You may request this and additional information from the UNICEF Programme Administrative Assistant, Mrs. Debbie Richards at firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. What type of activities/projects does UNICEF provide funding for?
1) Quality Education
2) Adolescent Health and Empowerment
3) Child Protection
4. How do I get posters, videos, brochures etc. from UNICEF?
UNICEF produces and sources a number of booklets, posters, brochures, videos, brochures each year. These usually provide information on areas covered by UNICEF programmes such as Early Childhood Development, Child Rights, HIV/AIDS etc. (see “Activities” section). Members of the public can obtain copies, if these are available, by contacting the Communication Specialist, Mrs. Allison Hickling: email@example.com
5. What are the requirements for consultancy within UNICEF?
6. Does UNICEF provide scholarships?
7. How can I contact the UNICEF Jamaica office?
You can email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org