UNICEF has been working in Afghanistan continuously since 1949. As one of the longest-serving international organizations in the country, we implement one of UNICEF’s largest country programmes worldwide, working tirelessly to promote the rights of children and women and to bring basic services - education, health, nutrition, protection, water and sanitation - to those who are most in need.
Based in 14 field offices located strategically across the country, more than 370 dedicated staff members work to make positive and lasting changes for Afghanistan’s most vulnerable children – and to ensure they remain a priority for the international community.
International and national postings
If you are seeking a post with UNICEF in Afghanistan, please visit UNICEF’s global website where you can find information about required qualifications and benefits of working with us.
UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply.
For suppliers and service providers
UNICEF is dedicated to protecting children’s and women’s rights by helping them meet their basic needs and expanding their opportunities. Making essential supplies available, accessible and affordable is at the core of this commitment.
Visit our procurement and supply page for bidding opportunities, calls for proposals, and expressions of interest.