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The Senior ICT/Administrative Assistant will provide continuous on-site ICT support to colleagues in the New York Office to ensure that routine services and activities within the ICT/administrative domain are implemented. To facilitate the smooth functioning of the office and the least disruption to the substantive work of the staff, the incumbent will be required to provide ICT support, ensure adequate services and supplies, and ensure data and records are up-to-date.
1. General Background of Software Project
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The incumbent is responsible for all technical support, coordination, policy development, monitoring and evaluation, and advocacy for the UNHCR Reproductive Health (RH) and HIV programmes in the East and Horn of Africa.
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Internship at the UN Refugee Agency – Luxembourg Liaison Office
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) offers assistance and protection to some 65 million people of concern (internally displaced people, refugees, returnees, stateless people, asylum-seekers and others) around the world.
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is mandated to lead and co-ordinate international action to protect refugees and resolve refugee problems worldwide. Its primary purpose is to safeguard the rights and well-being of refugees. The ultimate goal is to help find durable solutions that will allow them to rebuild their lives in dignity.
Provide information and guidance to persons of concern and assist referring cases amongst UNHCR and its implementing partners.
Support preparation and implementation of trainings, workshop, and other capacity building- related initiatives.
Maintain and update the records of protection activities conducted on weekly and monthly basis by the FO for reporting purpose.
Manage and coordinate interview appointments for the Protection Unit.
Background and Rationale
The world is currently faced with an unprecedented 65 million refugees and other forcibly displaced persons. Only one per cent returning to their country of origin and less than one percent are resettled to third countries.