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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
WHV – Preservation and Cleaning of the Rock Art
Paintings in Kondoa Rock Arts Site
Kondoa Rock-Art Sites, United Republic of Tanzania
Cultural Property Inscribed on the World Heritage List in 2006
(A partnership initiative by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, Antiquitie - Division and Kondoa Rock Arts Site World Heritage Site)
Call for Participants
The World Heritage Volunteers programme was launched by the UNESCO headquarters in Paris in 2008, to encourage young people to undertake concrete action and play an active role in the protection, preservation and promotion of the World Heritage Sites. This program has contributed significantly to bring changes of mentalities to individuals, communities towards heritage. More importantly, the program helps to bring a sense of belonging and ownership of cultural and natural heritage resources. It is in the spirit of the philosophy behind the programme that, UNESCO National Commission of the United Republic of Tanzania would like to invite all the young people (youth) around the World to volunteer and participate in this project which will be held in Kondoa Rock Arts Site World Heritage Site in Tanzania.
2. Aim of the Project
The project aims at engaging young people to appreciate their past by taking part in planned activities geared to improve the state of conservation of Kondoa Rock Art. Beyond this context, the project will draw attention to researchers interesting to conduct studies in Rock Arts and more importantly, raise awareness to the local community to involve, take responsibility and benefit from their heritage.
Note: The result of this project (including reports, images, videos and other results) will be published in UNESCO Website and National Commission Website.
3. Project Activities
The volunteers will participate in various hands-on activities, including cleaning the surface of the rock art paintings, building paths for the tourists in the site and
documenting and promoting the art paintings. Furthermore, they will develop bilingual information materials for schools and local communities. They will also engage in an outreach activity in order to raise their awareness about the importance of World Heritage and encourage them to take part in preserving and conserving the site.
4. Eligible Applicants
This project is open to young people who are interested in World Heritage Site management and conservation.
> Aged between 23 and 30 years.
> Experience in the field of Culture and World Heritage.
Only 20 participants will be selected.
> Proficient in English for foreigners. For local applicants, both English and Kiswahili are recommended.
> Foreigner applicants also are requested to pay a participation fee of 840 USD and local applicants Tsh. 520,000/=. The fee includes Hotel and Camp Accommodation, Return transport from Dar to Kondoa, food and water during the project.
> Applicants who are interested in participating in the project should send their CV to chamimax@btu.
de, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, , email@example.com not later than 17th June 2019.
> Please visit https://whc.unesco.org/document/173307 and http://natcom.go.tz/.
Important projects dates:
- Application deadline: 17th June 2019.
- Acceptance Notification: 26th June 2019.
- Application Fees payment deadline: 14th July 2019.
- Project Starts: 19th - 28th August 2019
For further information and queries, please contact Mr Maximilian Chami:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Or email@example.com.
Creative Cities: Call for applications 2019/ Villes créatives : Lancement de l'appel 2019
We are pleased to inform you of the launch of the 2019 Call for Applications of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network. Interested cities are invited to submit their application by 30 June (Midnight, CET).
The documents of the 2019 Call are made available on the UNESCO Website via the following link: https://en.unesco.org/creative-cities/content/call-applications
UNESCO ICM_Call for Recommendation for MARIE programme
On behalf of International Center of Martial Arts for Youth Development and Engagement under the auspices of UNESCO (ICM), we are delighted to inform you that, the center will organize the 3rd Martial Arts Research initiative for Experts (MARIE), which will be held from 2 July to 2 August 2019 in Chungju, Republic of Korea.
MARIE aims to encourage martial arts researchers and instructors in their capacity building to convey positive martial arts values for youth and women.
The center will cover the training fees, airfare, place of residence and living expenses during the program.
Age: Between 23 – 35
Education: Bachelor’s degree or higher
Language Proficiency: Spoken and written English
Professional experience and expertise
a. Proven knowledge/ experience of Martial arts
b. Experience of carrying out teaching of youth and women
c. Specialization in one of the following field will be given priority attention:
d. Youth development and Engagement
e. Women’s Social engagement
f. ‘Leave no one behind’ for vulnerable groups including Youth, the poor, persons with disabilities etc
a. (Form 1) Application form
b. (Form 2) Personal Statement and study plan
c. (Form 3) Two letters of recommendation
d. Official undergraduate studies transcripts (in English)
e. Bachelor’s Degree/ Undergraduate Graduation Certificate (in English)
f. A copy of the applicant’s passport
g. Curriculum Vitae (Must clearly state current and/or previous position and affiliation)
h. (Optional) proof of English Proficiency (eg. TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC etc)
Application Form: Your name should match the name on your passport
Personal Statement and study plan
• Provide evidence that you possess the required professional experience described in this call for application and indicate in writing your understanding of Martial arts, the interests and extracurricular commitment.
• The study plan should state your goals and career aspirations. You may include questions that you hope to answer through the program and/ or timeline for how you plan to meet your objectives.
Letter of Recommendation
• Complete your part of this form, and supply them direct to two recommenders who know you well. Recommendation should be signed by recommenders.
• Curriculum Vitae: Most updated is required. It should include Full name, address, Number (Including country code), Awards, Work experience, Martial Arts related experience, etc (All items organized from new to old)
• Proof of English Proficiency: Optional but recommended.
APPLICATION SHOULD BE POSTED TO THE FOLLOWING ADDRESS BEFORE 22nd MARCH 2019.
UNESCO National Commission of the United of Tanzania,
Dar es Salaam.
NOTE: HAND DELIVERY IS NOT ACCEPTABLE
Attached herewith, are forms to be filled.
MARIE PROGRAMME APPLICATION FORM.pdf
UNESCO Dar es Salaam Job Opportunity - National Associate Project Officer
Title: National Associate Project Officer
Domain: Education and Gender Equality
Grade: NO-B (Only nationals of Tanzania may apply for this post)
Organizational Unit: UNESCO in Dar es Salaam
Duty Station: Dar es Salaam, United Republic of Tanzania
Type of contract: Project Appointment
Duration of contract: 1 year with possibility of extension subject to availability of funds and satisfactory performance
Annual salary: Approx. 100,312,000 Tanzanian Shillings (TZS
Deadline: (midnight, East Africa standard time): 19th April 2019
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