Sites Web régionaux du programme VNU

Le programme VNU travaille dans 150 pays et territoires, déployant des Volontaires des Nations Unies pour faire progresser le développement durable au niveau local. Explorez notre travail dans les différentes régions du monde.

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Afrique Occidentale et Centrale
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East and Southern Africa
Afrique Orientale et Australe
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Arab States
États Arabes
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Europe and the CIS
Europe et CEI
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Latin America
Amérique latine et Caraïbes
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Asia and the Pacific
Asie et Pacifique
SDG 3: Good health and well-being, SDG 4: Quality education, SDG 5: Gender equality, SDG 10: Reduced inequalities

Some 103 UN Volunteers served with UNAIDS in 38 countries over the past 10 years.  Supporting the mandate of UNAIDS, they have been working towards stopping new HIV infections, ensuring that everyone living with HIV has access to treatment, protecting and promoting human rights and producing data for decision-making. 

09 avril 2018
Asia and the Pacific
Our stories
SDG 3: Good health and well-being

“I served with the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) in Lao People’s Democratic Republic. My six-month assignment helped me gain many invaluable experiences that contributed to my personal and professional growth,” says Karinda Chuntavorn, a UN Youth University Volunteer in Resource Mobilization. Her assignment was supported by the Agency for Volunteer Service (AVS) and the Government of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region’s Home Affairs Bureau (HAB).

07 avril 2017
Asia and the Pacific
Our stories
SDG 17: Partnerships for the goals

The training is a way to inform and prepare the youth volunteers to better understand the role of UN Youth Volunteers in the context of the United Nations.

The Governments of Korea, Ireland, Luxembourg and China are funding the volunteer assignments of these UN Youth Volunteers. After their training, they will serve in Myanmar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ethiopia, Fiji, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Kosovo, Mongolia, State of Palestine, Panama, Sri Lanka, Timor Leste, Zimbabwe, Viet Nam, Senegal, Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Thailand.

07 mars 2017
Actualités
SDG 3: Good health and well-being

Tashkent, Uzbekistan: Few people realize that, although currently there is no cure for HIV, the existing medicine has turned HIV into a chronic disease, with which HIV-positive people can and do live long, productive, flourishing lives, and have HIV-negative partners and children. Moreover, if taken correctly, modern medicine minimizes the risk of HIV transmission to others and allows partners to take preventative medicine. Yet, misunderstanding and stigma persist.

01 décembre 2015
Europe and the CIS
Our stories