We should work at improving aid effectiveness, but overall, aid provides a great tool for moving towards a more inclusive, equal world where social justice prevails. --UN Volunteer with UNICEF, Zambia
En raison de la pandémie du COVID19, 91 pour cent de la population estudiantine mondiale a été congédiée des écoles et autres structures de formation académique qui ont été fermées afin d’atténuer l’impact direct de la pandémie. Cette mesure a pris effet en Guinée le 24 mars 2020, suite une déclaration conjointe des Ministres chargés de l’Education nationale et de la Formatons, et affecte plus de six millions d’élèves et étudiants tout autour du pays.
Due to the global COVID-19 outbreak, 91 per cent of the worldwide student population have not been attending their schools and other academic training locations, which have closed their doors in order to mitigate the pandemic’s direct impact.
This measure took effect in Guinea on 24 March 2020, after a joint statement of the Ministers in charge of National Education and Training, and affects more than six million pupils and students all over the country.
I became a UN Volunteer because I want to offer my skills to make the world a better place. This experience has not only been a platform to gain professional experience, meet and work with people from different cultures or improve my communication and social skills. It has also changed my life.