Volunteer Online with the UN: Application and Digital Maps Development 2020
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Volunteer Online with the UN: Application and Digital Maps Development 2020

عبر الإنترنت 23 janv. 2020


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Date limite
23 janv. 2020
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Région éligible
Toutes les régions

The United Nations is offering a unique volunteering opportunity to produce a concept note for the development of digital maps for peacekeepers for 2020. The United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) is a training arm of the UN system with a mandate related to building capacities for the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development through outcome-based training and learning initiatives. The Division for Peace strives to support the (re-)establishment of peaceful, just and inclusive societies by enabling individuals, institutions and organizations to contribute meaningfully to sustainable peace. UNITAR delivers pre-deployment training to thousands of peacekeepers in a variety of African countries and it continuously expands the areas in which it trains. In the coming years, it aims to deliver more training on the use of military technology, including the use of digital maps.


Two volunteers are needed to identify, assess and explore opportunities for digital maps that serve peacekeepers deployed at the tactical level in mission areas. Firstly, the volunteers identify existing applications. Secondly, they assess these applications with a focus on strengths, weaknesses, advantages, disadvantages, risks, and opportunities. In case there are no suitable applications available, the volunteers provide ideas for the development of an application. Thirdly, the volunteers produce a feasibility study in which they analyze the best applications. This feasibility study focuses in detail on technical, economical and practical aspects of the application, which include the identification of partnerships. Fourthly, they produce a short concept note in which they translate the most feasible option into a concrete idea for a project. The volunteers will receive guidance and support over the course of the collaboration.


  1. Experience with developing applications (ideally related to digital maps).
  2. Experience with desk and feasibility studies.
  3. A creative and innovative thinker, solution seeker.
  4. Team player.
  5. Good writing skills.
  6. Good knowledge of English.
  7. Volunteers will have to work 20+ hours per week, for 4 weeks.

Desirable skills: 

  1. Military experience or experience with a military audience.
  2.  Previous experience in the public or non-profit sector and/or international organizations.

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