DENMARK, COPENHAGEN 14 November 2013.   UNICEF Supply Division packing component units of the Inter-agency Emergency Health Kit for the Philippines emergency response. By Monday 18 November a total of three full kits will have arrived - enough medical supplies for a total of 90,000 people for three months. This kit packing includes preparing kits for further orders expected in the coming weeks.© UNICEF/DENM2013-00229/YVONNE THOBY
DENMARK, COPENHAGEN 14 November 2013. UNICEF Supply Division packing component units of the Inter-agency Emergency Health Kit for the Philippines emergency response. By Monday 18 November a total of three full kits will have arrived – enough medical supplies for a total of 90,000 people for three months. This kit packing includes preparing kits for further orders expected in the coming weeks.© UNICEF/DENM2013-00229/YVONNE THOBY

UNICEF Supply Division in Copenhagen is seeking an “Innovation research intern” and an “Innovation communication intern”.

The main purpose of the “Innovation research intern” is to support the development of Supply Division’s innovation projects by: acting as an extra resource to innovation project leads for areas such as research, desk reviews and data analysis; and supporting the Innovation Unit by keeping project documentation up-to-date.

The main purpose of the “Innovation communication intern” is to support the Innovation Unit in the communication of UNICEF’s stories of innovation, in collaboration with specialists based in UNICEF’s HQ and global country offices through existing platforms and social media.

Applications are to be sent to: innovateforchildren(at)unicef.org by 11 February 2014, 5:00pm CET.

For detailed information, please see here

Check also other job opportunities within UNICEF innovation work

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