I’ve entered my tenth month of being a UN Volunteer with UNMISS and now, almost confidently, I can answer almost all Frequently Asked Questions someone might have for the procedures and life as a UNV and other general questions about moving to South Sudan. Below, I’ve taken all the relevant questions I’ve received over this […]
Tag: South Sudan
As I’ve said a couple of times in other posts, Juba, South Sudan is not a place people think or are advised of visiting. Even when I decided to move to South Sudan (in Yambio, precisely), people were worried about the safety and security (it doesn’t help at all knowing that the country is among […]
Living in Yambio, South Sudan has never been on my mind until last year in February when I got the job offer for UNMISS.
It seems like I became interested to work as UN Volunteer but I can’t really remember how exactly. I love to volunteer my time, skills, and knowledge and I’ve been doing it for a long time in various settings. To this day, I don’t know what sparked my interest in becoming a UN Volunteer. I […]
I’m moving to South Sudan! I have decided once again to move abroad and this time I’m moving to South Sudan, the newest country in the world. The first time I moved abroad was in 2014 when I got a scholarship for Master’s studies and moved to Chicago for about two years. Now, it’s been […]