National UN Volunteer Field Monitor Catalino Benitez Jr. monitors the coconut lumber production in sawmill sites operated by a local cooperative. He serves with UNDP in the Philippines, assisting farmers affected b Typhoon Haiyan to regain their livelihoods and use the lumbar as shelter materials for reconstruction.

UNV Service Lines

UN Volunteers enhance monitoring and evaluation capacity, support elections and large-scale events, and are a rapid response solution to global health emergencies. Consultations with UN and national partners led to the establishment of UNV Service Lines.

UNV Service Lines embody a set of standardized assignments dedicated to provide services across multiple countries. They leverage existing UN Volunteer modalities and initiatives to formulate standard Descriptions of Assignments. A service line package can include mixed teams of international/national UN Volunteers, UN Youth Volunteers and UN Online Volunteers, identification of highly qualified candidates, common induction/training, joint resource mobilization efforts and integration into global, regional and multi-country programmes. UNV offers the following:

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