NOTE: the below activities are available to all users of Agora. Many more opportunities are available to UNICEF Staff and NatCom learners once logged in.
This self-learning course covers the steps humanitarian workers should take to mainstream gender equality in programming.
360° feedback is a professional exercise and a great tool to help us increase awareness to maximize our performance both individually and as an organization, which will have a positive impact on our mission. This course helps you experience both giving and receiving feedback in a 360° feedback exercise at UNICEF.
This short course describes UNICEF's work in the field of Child Protection, and why it matters. In this course, you will explore the goals, programmes, challenges and achievements of child protection work.
In this course, you will explore the importance of Ethical Evidence Generation at UNICEF, the principles and requirements of the UNICEF Procedure for Ethical Standards in Research, Evaluations and Data Collection and Analysis and how this applies to the work that is undertaken across the organization.
This course is for all UNICEF staff and is applicable for all levels of the organization- country offices, regional offices, headquarters, as well as for National Committees for UNICEF.
Lutte contre la rougeole en situation d’urgence (LRSU). Ce cours vise à améliorer la connaissance des principes et de la pratique dans la prévention, la recherche et la réponse à d’éventuelles épidémies en situation d’urgence.
The PPP e-learning course aims to improve knowledge of the evolving global context of UNICEF country programming, enhance the skills for applying a systematic approach to the country programming process, and contribute to achieving higher quality programming that fully integrates and applies normative principles, policies and procedures of the organization.
This module presents Nutrition as one of UNICEF's focus areas. It introduces work approaches, core concepts and interventions. It also highlights the importance of multi-sectoral programmes.