AWAFY Sudanese Organization
AWAFY Sudanese Organization is a non-governmental organization that works to enhance the capacities of the community in the field of community awareness, strengthening the role of health, raising the level of education, human rights culture, and spreading peace.
AWAFY is a youth-led, non-governmental, national organization established in May 2021 with its first office located in Zalingei, Central Darfur. With a dedicated team and over 100 volunteers, AWAFY believes that local communities better understand the nature of local problems. If empowered with the knowledge and skills, these communities will play a vital role in identifying and peacefully resolving the root cause of problems and protecting the values of human rights.
We are Hiring!
We’re looking for Volunteers for the following positions:
- Graphic Design
- Content Writing
- Social Media Management
Are you someone who is interested in volunteering? Are you active, full of ideas and would like to make an impact on the community?
If you are interested, please do not hesitate to apply Volunteers form
If you have any questions please contact us through email
About the UNV Online Volunteering service
The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme contributes to sustainable human development through volunteerism worldwide.
Online volunteering allows organizations and volunteers to team up to address sustainable development challenges – anywhere in the world, from any device. Online volunteering is fast, easy – and most of all, effective.
Through the Online Volunteering service, UNV offers:
- A global platform for organizations and online volunteers to connect
- An easy-search database of online volunteering opportunities
- Tools to manage volunteers’ and organizations’ online collaboration
- Access to online volunteering experiences, best practices and lessons learned
- The possibility for volunteers and organizations to expand their networks
- The advantage of the universal reach and neutrality of the United Nations
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The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme contributes to peace and development through volunteerism worldwide. We work with partners to integrate qualified, highly motivated and well supported UN Volunteers into development programming and promote the value and global recognition of volunteerism. UNV is administered by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and reports to the UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS Executive Board.
ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE AND LEADERSHIP
UNV headquarters are in Bonn, Germany. UNV has around 150 staff members at headquarters, and over 9,400 UN Volunteers deployed in the field in 2020.
UNV’s Office in New York (ONY) promotes volunteers and volunteerism through partnership development with Permanent Missions to the UN, UN partners headquartered in New York, civil society organizations and other NY-based partners. It monitors policy and strategy developments at the UN in New York and contributes to UN Volunteer mobilization by developing and promoting volunteer solutions within UN partner operations, projects and programmes, coordinating closely with UNV headquarters, regional offices and field units.
UNV has six Regional Offices in Amman (covering the Arab States), Bangkok (covering Asia and the Pacific), Dakar (covering West and Central Africa), Istanbul (covering Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States), Nairobi (covering East and Southern Africa) and Panama City (covering Latin America and the Caribbean). The regional offices are the first entry point for partners wishing to engage with UNV. They offer UNV services and solutions to government partners, UN entities, civil society and the private sector, and takes the lead in scoping and delivering UNV advisory services on volunteer infrastructure. They also provide oversight and strategic guidance to UNV’s field units in the regions.
At the country level, UNV Field Units interact with UN entities to strategically and meaningfully integrate volunteerism into the implementation and delivery of their mandates. As part of this process, UNV works with UN entities to identify opportunities where volunteers add specific and unique value to development programmes and peacekeeping missions. The UN Partner Toolkit is the first point of entry for partners seeking information about mobilizing and managing UN Volunteers.
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