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Design and format of official workshops’ reports

United States

  • Organization: UNV - United Nations Volunteers
  • Location: United States
  • Grade: Level not specified - Level not specified
  • Occupational Groups:
  • Closing Date: Closed


Mission and objectives

UNDP’s Global Programme on Nature for Development brings together three different initiatives under one program – the Equator Initiative, the National Biodiversity Initiative, and the Global Forest Initiative – in order to identify, foster, showcase and celebrate nature-based solutions that help achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development at local, national and international levels. The work of the Global Programme on Nature for Development contributes to UNDP’s Strategic Plan 2014-2017 by charting sustainable development pathways through the conservation, restoration and sustainable management of biodiversity and ecosystems; and by promoting inclusive and effective democratic governance in the area of natural resources.


UNDP - Nature for Development team is looking for two online volunteers to support the development of a number of documents between reports, briefings and technical guides related to the project Mapping Nature for People and Planet, a nature-based planning and mapping initiative that involves the mapping of Essential Life Support Areas (ELSA) in 12 pilot countries across Asia, Africa and Latin America.

Task description

The online volunteers will provide support to the team with the design and formatting of workshop reports, science briefs and technical guides in Word and/or Canva. Tasks will include liaising with the core team via email and formatting 2 documents of about 20-30 pages length each in English, Spanish or French. The Online Volunteers will have the opportunity to build connections with the Nature for Development team at UNDP and be part of a team of designers, as well as learn about the ways in which spatial data can support the achievement of countries’ sustainable development goals.

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