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Frequently asked questions

    How does UNICEF protect personal data received from job applications?

    We appreciate your interest to join our team and contribute to building a better future for children.Taking care of your personal data is of great importance to us.

    Read more about how we use and protect the personal data you give us when you apply for a job at UNICEF

    Where does UNICEF operate and where is it based?

    UNICEF’s work is carried out in 192 countries through country programmes and National Committees. Some 85 per cent of the organization’s posts are located in the field. There are seven regional offices as well as country offices worldwide, a research centre in Florence, a supply operation in Copenhagen and offices in Geneva, Tokyo and Brussels. UNICEF headquarters are in New York.

    What does UNICEF do in Croatia and Globally?

    UNICEF is active in nearly every country around the world.

    For detailed information on UNICEF’s priorities, supporting activities and how we work, go to ‘What we do’.
    In Croatia:
    Globally: http://www.unicef.org/whatwedo/

    How do I make a donation?

    Thank you for your interest in supporting UNICEF. Our work depends entirely on voluntary contributions. You can make a one-off donation or become a “Childhood guardian” and support our activities for children on monthly basis.

    You can also support our programmes for children in Croatia by making a donation through our giro account: IBAN HR1723600001501092524, “authorization reference number”: 16098-01

    Or contact us to find out about other ways to support UNICEF:

    • send us an e-mail: donacije@unicef.hr
    • call us: +385 (0) 1/ 3031 639
    • write to us: Ured UNICEF-a za Hrvatsku, Radnička cesta 41/VII, 10 000 Zagreb

    and we will get back to you.

    How and where do I apply for a job with UNICEF?

    The UNICEF Office for Croatia recruits new staff through public calls available on this internet website and the website Moj posao.

    If you would like to join the UNICEF team in Croatia please apply for one of the currently open vacancies.

    You can also find information about current vacancies, internships, UNICEF’s Young Professional Programme and the United Nations Junior Professional Officer programme on the UNICEF employment pages. http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/

    How do I go about volunteering to work for UNICEF?

    The work of the UNICEF Office for Croatia relies on its great volunteer support. Volunteers provide vital assistance by helping to organise events and seminars, packing shipments, translating written material, processing statistical data and many similar forms of assistance.

    Volunteers help UNICEF to achieve its goals; they raise funds, offer practical assistance and play a crucial role in initiating change that benefits children both in Croatia and worldwide.

    The UNICEF Office for Croatia only organises volunteer activities within our country.

    At present, for organisational reasons, the majority of activities that rely on volunteer work are implemented in the City of Zagreb; however, we hope that in the near future we will be able to expand the volunteer support network to include other communities.

    Please fill in the form or send us your application with your contact information at volontiranje@unicef.hr.

    If you would like more information about volunteering outside of Croatia please visit the UN Volunteers website.

    How can I get copies of UNICEF publications?

    Ordering information for UNICEF publications and downloadable PDF files are available through our Publications page.

    What does the acronym UNICEF stand for?

    UNICEF was established on 11 December 1946 by the United Nations to meet the emergency needs of children in post-war Europe and China. Its full name was the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund. In 1950, its mandate was broadened to address the long-term needs of children and women in developing countries everywhere. UNICEF became a permanent part of the United Nations system in 1953, when its name was shortened to the United Nations Children’s Fund. However, UNICEF retained its original acronym.