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A broad experience goes a long way
01 December 2015
Dr. Diki Wangyal (left), a UN Volunteer from India, talks to a patient at the remote Tabaquite Health Centre in Trinidad and Tobago. (UNV, 2015)
Trinidad and Tobago: I had the privilege and pleasure to work as a UN Volunteer Medical Doctor in three different countries. Thanks to these volunteering experiences, I was able to provide satisfactory and quality health care services to the needy, poor and sick, especially women and children in remote areas. Volunteering gave me the strength to accept the things that I could not change in different and difficult environments, and to share my skills with colleagues so that we could provide better and quality health care. Read
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Richard Dictus celebrates International Volunteer Day 2014 in Goma
05 December 2014
Richard Dictus, UNV Executive Coordinator, on visit in Goma, meeting MONUSCO UN Volunteers at the occasion of the International Volunteers Day, (UNV programme, 2014)
Goma, DRC: This year for IVD, United Nations Volunteers Executive Coordinator Richard Dictus went to Goma, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), where he celebrated the day with UN Volunteers and volunteers from 18 other associations who are members of the Goma Volunteers Platform. Read
Fighting poverty by teaching new skills
29 October 2014
The spouses of members of the Armed Forces of the DRC water a community garden started to diversify their sources of income and improve food security for their families. (UNV, 2014)
Kisangani, Democratic Republic of the Congo: On the right bank of the Congo River in Kisangani, thirteen women weed and plough a piece of land as part of a UN Volunteer's Initiative for Peace and Development. The idea of this community garden run by the spouses of members of the Armed Forces of the DRC is to diversify their sources of income and improve food security for their families. Read
Ready for action: UN Volunteers check preparedness of UN peacekeeping troops
29 May 2014
Daniel Amoyaw Asamoah, a UN Volunteer from Ghana, serves with the Contingent-Owned Equipment section. He regularly inspects MONUSCO bases in DRC, making sure peacekeepers have adequate and well-functioning equipment so that they are ready for action at any given time. (UNV, 2014)
Democratic Republic of the Congo: Peacekeeping troops of the United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUSCO) must be ready to take action at any time and under any circumstances, if necessary, under the peacekeeping mandate of the United Nations in DRC. Three UN Volunteers make sure this is the case. Deployed with the Contingent-Owned Equipment (COE) section of MONUSCO, four times per year they inspect its bases in Katalé, Tongo, Kiwanja, Nyamilima and Ishasha. Read
Women encouraged to apply as UN Volunteers
07 March 2014
Bonn, Germany: The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is an equal opportunity organization which welcomes applications from qualified professionals all over the world. We are committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture, as the diversity of UN Volunteers is critical to the United Nation's success. Read

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