Toily Kurbanov

Nairobi, 19 February 2018 - UNV’s Deputy Executive Coordinator, Mr. Toily Kurbanov, will be travelling to South Sudan and Kenya between February 19 and February 23, 2018. The mission seeks to advance volunteerism’s positive impact on provision of social services, employment, peace and reconciliation. Mr. Kurbanov will recognize the work of UN Volunteers in hardship conditions, promote volunteerism as a powerful means in achieving the Agenda 2030 and inform UNV’s partners about the organization’s new priorities in 2018-2021.

19 febrero 2018
Sub-Saharan Africa
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SDG 17: Partnerships for the goals

Un joven anda por una calle abarrotada. A su izquierda, una pandilla le ofrece dinero para que se una a ellos. A su derecha, un grupo de jóvenes voluntarios que realiza una limpieza del río más cercano, le entrega un folleto que dice: “Hazte voluntario para marcar la diferencia”. ¿Qué camino elegirá el joven? ¿El dinero rápido o la posibilidad de desarrollar su potencial?


17 marzo 2017
Noticias
SDG 17: Partnerships for the goals

A young man walks down a crowded street. To the left of him is a gang offering him quick cash to join them. To the right is a group of young volunteers, cleaning up the nearby river, handing him a leaflet that says, “volunteer to make a difference”. Which way does the young man turn? To the left for quick cash, or to the right where his potential lies?


17 marzo 2017
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SDG 17: Partnerships for the goals

Un jeune homme traverse une rue bondée. A sa gauche, un gang lui offre des billets, ce contre quoi il doit les rejoindre. A sa droite, un groupe de jeunes volontaires en train de nettoyer le fleuve adjacent lui tendent une brochure qui dit « Faites du volontariat pour avoir un impact ». De quel côté le jeune homme va-t-il se tourner ?


17 marzo 2017
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SDG 10: Reduced inequalities, SDG 16: Peace, justice and strong institutions, SDG 17: Partnerships for the goals

The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme is a global programme and a common service to the UN system administered by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). As we meet there are 4,200 UN Volunteers contributing to peace and development under various UN agency programmes around the world. This includes 350 volunteers in Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey and Egypt most of whom contribute to the regional response to the Syrian crisis. 

24 enero 2017
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