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Translation (English into French) of MONUSCO Stabilization Support Unit Annual Report

VNU République Démocratique du Congo

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Translation
Translation and interpretation
Volunteers: 1 needed
6-10 hours per week / 2 weeks
Congo (Democratic Republic of the)
English, French
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MONUSCO Stabilization Support Unit (SSU) is seeking the support of an Online Volunteer for the translation of a 35 pages document (from English into French) about their 2017 achievements.In recognition of the online volunteers’ contribution, we will give due credit to the volunteer on the product we will help him/her develop.
In its aim to protect civilians, humanitarian workers and human rights defenders under imminent threat of physical violence, the United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the DR Congo (MONUSCO) engages military and civilian personnel, police, and UN Volunteers in its daily operations. Activities range from protecting children’s rights to justice support, often in challenging and even dangerous environments. The UN Staff / Stress Counsellors have the mandate to promote the mental health and well-being among UN staff and help them to better cope with the hardship encountered in the field.
Proven experience in translating documents - Fluency in English and French

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