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Job Opportunity: Chief Scientist – Consultancy

Job Opportunity: Chief Scientist – Consultancy

View the complete Terms of Reference and deliverables here. Please use this link to apply. Position: Chief Scientist Work Type : Consultancy Location: Office of Global Innovation Duty Station: UNICEF NYHQ. Travel: Anticipated – Destination(s)TBC. Timeframe: 11 months Start date: 10 Feb 2017 (230 days)      If you are a committed, creative […]

Nenad Tomić

UNICEF Innovation Team Spotlight: Nenad Tomić

Nenad Tomić, Integrated Education Consultant, Namibia CO: Windhoek Tell us a bit about your background. I was born in the early 80s in a country which is no more, the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. A beautiful country which fell apart several times before I finished high school. I started […]

Ana, 11, bathing using tap water in Lawaki village, Tailevu Province.

Can we know if water is safe in real time?

The original story was published in Medium on 05 December 2016. Written by John Feighery. View the original article here. Can we know if water is safe in real time? UNICEF and the world’s water experts take on the challenge Everyone who works in the water sector would love to have a quick […]

Job Opportunity: Resilience Focused Progamme Design Consultant, Lilongwe, Malawi

Job Opportunity: Resilience Focused Progamme Design Consultant, Lilongwe, Malawi

View the complete Terms of Reference and deliverables here. Location: Malawi Work Type: Consultancy Role: Resilience-Focused Progamme Design Consultant Time Frame: 1 February 2017  –  31 December 2017 Background and Justification: UNICEF Malawi Country Programme (2012-2016) have been extended for two additional years to align with the National Planning Process. The […]

Centre community health worker Haimanot Hailu discusses health and nutrition issues with Teshome Negussie and his wife Kokeb, at a village health post in the sub-district of Romey Kebele in North Shoa Zone, in Amhara Region. Kokeb is holding their two-month-old son, Moges, who was recently diagnosed with pneumonia and is being treated with antibiotics – part of services now provided by the government’s national Health Extension Programme.

Designing Field Trial Protocols in Ethiopia for Pneumonia Diagnostic Devices

By Jonathan Howard Brand & Cindy McWhorter The management of pneumonia within the community has important benefits. It not only reduces the burden on health facilities but ensures early identification, classification, diagnosis and treatment of children where they need it the most: close to home.  Both Integrated Management of Childhood Illness […]