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Research and create Asian Social Protection Programme Profiles for

UNDP International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth

30 Mar 2016 This opportunity is no longer available Share
30 Mar 2016 This opportunity is no longer available Share
Background and objectives
Online Volunteers will research social protection programmes currently implemented in South Asia, East Asia and the Pacific in an effort to create distinct profiles for's Programme Search feature ( UN Online Volunteers will follow specific guidelines provided by the IPC-IG's Team to create these Programme Profiles. Online Volunteers will receive due credit for their contributions. is an online platfrom hosted and developed by the United Nations Development Prorgammes's International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG/UNDP). The volunteers will work closely with the IPC-IG's Team online. The volunteers will be instructed to source and profile programmes from the Asian region, according to the platform's Programme Search taxonomy. These profiles will then be made available on the platform.
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About The site’s mission is to be the online focal point of social protection knowledge-sharing and capacity building among a highly inclusive community of social protection practitioners focusing on low and middle income countries. is an unbranded online platform, supported by the Development Working Group of the G20 and financed by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and German Development Cooperation (GIZ). To expand's database of Asian social protection programme profiles, to ensure the platform's Programme Search feature is up-to-date and comprehensive, to support knowledge exchange and South-South cooperative initiatives. The Online Volunteer will gain knowledge of social protection theory as well as specific programmes in Asia.
Volunteers: 2 needed
11-20 hours per week / 24 weeks
Skills: - Good knowledge of social protection policies and programmes. - Experience in research. - Fluency in English. - Good oral and written communication skills. - Excellent computer skills. Requirements: - Independent access to the internet.

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