Description of assignment title: Redesign of posters on OCHA’s internal policies
Assignment country: Venezuela ( Bolivarian Republic of )
Expected start date: Invalid Date
Sustainable Development Goal: 10. Reduced inequalities
For how many hours per week will the volunteer be required?
Host entity: OCHA Venezuela
Duration: 2 weeks
Number of assignments: one
Mission and objectives
The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs ( OCHA ) mobilizes and coordinates humanitarian assistance to people in need around the world.
OCHA is committed to the zero tolerance policy for sexual misconduct. In this sense, it has global communication products with relevant information on the prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse ( PEAS ), intended for all its personnel. Country Offices adapt the material to their specific contexts. *Important note * This is a short-lived online volunteer opportunity. The online volunteer will support your free time. In recognition of the service provided, you will receive a certificate validating your collaboration as an online volunteer and you will also be pleased to have contributed to the work of the United Nations, as you develop your skills in the assigned area. Please,Please note that this opportunity does not imply any type of employment or contractual relationship with the United Nations. All services will be provided voluntarily and unpaid.
At OCHA Venezuela we are looking for a ( 1 ) Online Volunteer who, under the guidance of the Public Information Unit, redesign the poster for the country office on the response to sexual misconduct of the United Nations policy on the Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse ( PEAS ), adjusted to a default print size. The design must follow our brand image, whose guidelines will be shared in advance.
*Experience in graphic design, including corporate visibility material such as posters, flyers and posters. *Have applications and / or design programs.
Spanish, Level: Fluent, Required
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