|UNICEF has operated in Sudan since 1952 and is the largest UN agency dedicated to supporting women and children in Sudan.|
|Unicef Sudan was founded in 1952|
|Employment opportunities with UNICEF Sudan
If you are a Sudanese national seeking employment with UNICEF in Sudan or a non-Sudanese national seeking short-term consultancy work with us, you can find details of current vacancies at the bottom of this page.
Please note the instructions for applying for each vacancy, including the email address to send your application, the vacancy number and the closing date.
If you are a non-Sudanese national seeking a post with UNICEF in Sudan, or are interested in vacancies in one of our other duty stations around the world, please visit our global website and/or refer to the vacancies posted below.
Please note that only shortlisted candidates will normally be contacted by our office.
Volunteers and interns
UNICEF Sudan does not normally have the capacity to accept volunteers, but if you are interested in offering your services on a voluntary basis please do send your CV and cover note to [email protected] as there are occasional opportunities that arise.
The UNICEF intern programme is managed through our headquarters in New York, and there are specific criteria for applying for an internship. For more information please go to the intern page on our global website.
|In Sudan since 1952, with its first permanent office in Khartoum since 1974, UNICEF is the largest UN agency in Sudan, dedicated to supporting children in this country. Unicef leads the humanitarian response in tree sectors: Education, Nutrition & Wash(Water, anitation and Hygiene), and cenvene partners on Child Protection.
In collaboration with government, non-governmental and community partners, UNICEF promotes the rights and wellbeing of every child, in everything, by translating this commitment into practical action, focusing special effort on reaching the most vulnerable and excluded children, to the benefit of all children in Sudan.
UNICEF operates in 12 of the 18 states of Sudan.
In the face of high rates of child and maternal mortality, UNICEF is improving primary health care across Sudan to reduce the risks faced by mothers and children from preventable diseases.
UNICEF in Sudan tackles the underlying causes of malnutrition, through support to community-based services and improving feeding practices amongst families.
Water, sanitation & hygiene
With waterborne diseases a major cause of child mortality, UNICEF in Sudan works to increase access to safe water and sanitation and to improve household hygiene practices.
UNICEF in Sudan supports the development of a quality, accessible education system for all children - with a special focus on girls
UNICEF in Sudan contributes towards the protection of children from all forms of abuse, violence, exploitation and discrimination.
In the face of limited public understanding of HIV and its transmission, UNICEF in Sudan raises awareness and knowledge of HIV and AIDS and provides support to those affected by the virus.
Darfur Emergency Programme
UNICEF is at the forefront of providing vital humanitarian assistance to the over four million people affected by the conflict in Darfur - half of whom are children.
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