UN Youth Volunteers, who receive a monthly living allowance and a benefits package, can be impactful resources to support monitoring and evaluation efforts. UN Volunteers can contribute to national SDG monitoring, evaluation and reporting; support monitoring and evaluation of UN Development Assistance Frameworks and Common Country Assessments; assist with innovative forms of data gathering; provide analysis and support communications efforts; contribute to the development of training programmes on monitoring and evaluation, including building capacities of national and local stakeholders; and engage local stakeholders and marginalized groups, particularly in deep-field and remote locations.
- The key benefit of being a UN Volunteer is the personal satisfaction the volunteer assignment brings you as you make a positive impact on peace and development.
- UNV supports volunteers during your assignment in several ways, e.g. through a monthly volunteer living allowance, annual leave, and medical insurance.
- Develop ability to work in a multi-cultural environment.
- Develop ability to adjust to difficult living conditions.
- Develop strong interpersonal and organizational skills.