Do you want to become a UNICEF volunteer?
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Do you want to join UNICEF as our volunteer?
UNICEF in Kyrgyzstan invites you to become part of its team as a volunteer. We need volunteers from all parts of the country. As a volunteer, you will be supporting an initiative to enhance school safety in all schools in Kyrgyzstan. As a volunteer, you will be taking part in campaigns to improve the safety skills of schoolchildren during natural disasters, including fires and earthquakes, through simulation exercises, conducting an information campaign on the prevention of COVID-19 in schools in the country as well as promoting the U-Report youth platform. We hope you will join the UNICEF initiative and help children across the country!
Capacity Building Training
Simulation exercises within "Safe School" Project
U-Report Platform for the youth and adolescents #YourVoiceMatters
COVID-19 Prevention Campaign
The scope of work and key tasks
- Promoting and raising public awareness on the following topics: disaster risk reduction, schools with no violence, safe road crossing, air pollution
- Raising awareness of COVID-19 prevention measures
- Disaster Risk Reduction: Supporting disaster preparedness training activities and conducting simulation exercises in schools within Safe School Project
- U-Report Promotion campaign
- Participation in public events and promoting child rights and their wellbeing
How to apply?
To become a UNICEF volunteer, the applicant has to meet the following criteria:
A candidate is supposed to be between 16 – 40 years old
Education and experience
The applicant must have secondary education or bachelor’s degree;
Relevant volunteer or work experience is desirable.
Fluency in Kyrgyz and Russian languages is required. Knowledge of English is an advantage.
- wish to volunteer
- can make a contribution to the development of your country
- could work in a multicultural environment
- have organizational and interpersonal skills
- stand for the happy present and future of our children
Then you can realize this by becoming one of the UNICEF volunteers for every child!
The program covers all regions of the country.
All activities will be carried out in compliance with precautions such as:
- keeping a physical distance,
- wearing masks,
- using sanitisers.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much time should be devoted to volunteering?
Volunteers are encouraged to devote an average of 60 hours per month to volunteering. Study and volunteering could be easily combined.
Will I receive any financial reward?
A major benefit for a UNICEF volunteer is gaining experience and supporting programs for the safety and wellbeing of children. In addition, UNICEF will conduct numerous capacity building training sessions that will give you the opportunity to learn more about the UN and UNICEF, improve your leadership, teamwork, public speaking skills, as well as receive training in emergency preparedness and allow to gain valuable experience of coworking with other volunteers.
Do I need to have a good level of English language?
The English language is optional, knowledge of it is an advantage.
Whom can I contact if I have additional questions?
For any additional questions, please send an email to Aijan Abdesova, UNICEF Programme Officer for the Volunteers: firstname.lastname@example.org