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About UNICEF: Employment

Welcome to UNICEF Haiti!

© UNICEF Canada/2010/Tidey
Dr. Gerlant Van Berlaer, a paediatrician with UNICEF partner B-Fast, talks with Jenan Louise Vanin, whose three-month-old daughter Morgane is suffering from dehydration and acute malnutrition, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. At left: UNICEF Canada communications consultant Lydie Collette.

You will find this assignment as one of the most challenging and moving you may have served on.

The success of our work depends mostly on our need to communicate and work as a team.

The UNICEF staff onboard has been great in making things happen despite the present very difficult working & living conditions.

This page contains practical information about all aspects of your assignment, including items you should bring, accommodation, facilities and contact information.

Please ensure you read and adhere to the requirements in the documents below, and take action as soon as possible.



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