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Being prepared - UN Volunteers in Chad take First Aid training
21 March 2013
Zo Eoritany (Madasgascar), a UN Volunteer with WFP, attends to a "choking victim" played by UNV Programme Assistant, Romaine Sy Djibrine, during a 3-day First Aid course held in February for UN Volunteers in Chad. (Photo: Badre Bahaji/UNV, 2013)
N'Djamena, Chad: Most UN Volunteers in Chad work in remote areas.  They welcomed the chance to take part in a three-day First Aid training course held just for them in N'djamena. Read
More about: Health
Installing, maintaining and servicing water supply and sewerage equipment
22 March 2012
UNV-led water project in Eastern Chad (Abbay Bogale/UNV, 2008)
Birao, Central African Republic & Abeche, Chad: “Without a doubt my most memorable experience was as (Officer in Charge) during a period of some of the heaviest rains in Abeche. While many slept peacefully and enjoyed the sound of raindrops on their roofs, I was having nightmares thinking about how this was going to affect our operations the next day.” Read
UN Volunteers assist in Chad's first local elections
20 May 2011
When Chadians went to the polls on 25 April  2011 in their country’s presidential elections, UNV Electoral Agents were on duty. (Toussaint Dan/UNV, 2011)
Ndjamena, Chad: Since assisting in Chad's presidential elections in April 2011, 21 UNV Electoral Agents have been supporting local branches of Chad’s Independent National Electoral Commission (CENI) in organizing the country’s first municipal elections which will be held later this year. Read
UN Volunteers wrap up MINURCAT in Chad
29 April 2011
UN personnel and friends at MINURCAT celebrate IVD in Chad. (UNV, 2010)
Abeche, Chad: On 30 April 2011, MINURCAT’s Liquidation Phase, begun in January 2011, will end, and its team of national and international staff, which includes 50 UN Volunteers, will be disbanded. Read
Developing local capacity through learning
27 August 2010
Representatives of NGOs working in education, public health and human rights, during a collaborative learning to analyze the weaknesses and strengths of their organizations. (UNV)
Abeche, Chad: ”Many people and organizations have made a difference in my life, and I want to give back. I can’t express the happiness, emotions and also the level of responsibility that I feel. UNV turns to reality my dream of giving back to society." Read
More about: Civil society  Education  MDGs

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