UNIC Dar es Salaam recently advertised for internship positions. We are happy to let you know that we have now recruited three new interns for UNIC Dare s Salaam office and we would like you to meet them;
Meet Iddy Aboubakar Ndimbo a 24 year old Tanzanian now working with United Nation Information Centre (UNIC) Dar es Salaam Tanzania as an intern. Idd is pursuing B.A in Library and Information Studies/Science. He once worked with The University of Dar es salaam Research Repository as a Repository manager and at the University of Dar es salaam Library as a Reference librarian. Before that he worked at The Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) as a data clerk.
Iddy is a young person who is very proud to be a UNIC intern since it provides him with working experience and exposure to the world of information, professionalism and opportunities to utilize the knowledge, skills and experience he gained while in school and other working areas. Iddy hopes to ensure effective and efficient information management, dissemination and utilization among youth in Tanzania.
Meet 23 year old Godliver David, a graduate student from The University of Dar es salaam. She pursued A Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication. Before joining UNIC Dar es Salaam as an intern, Godliver worked with different media houses in Tanzania like Mlimani media, BBC Swahili and Azam Tv. She also worked with Mwitiko Binafsi as a graphic designer student. Godliver is passionate about gender-she served as a volunteer at Tanzania Gender Networking program (TGNP Mtandao).
She brings to UNIC her skills in news writing, report writing, photography, social media, video editing, organizing press conferences and community events, reporting news and graphic designing.
Godliver appreciates working with United Nation as a young person. At UNIC, her work will focus on social media- she will reach out to youth population through social media from facebook, instagram, online and also through mobile. Godliver believes that the opportunity of working with UNIC will provide her a chance of learning a lot and of upgrading her skills in the field of communication.
22 year old Happiness Richard is still pursuing her Bachelor of Arts in Library and Information studies at the University of Dar es Salaam. She is now an intern with United Nations Information Centre (UNIC) Library. For a short time, Happiness worked at the University of Dar es Salaam library. Today, Happiness who has a speech disability is giving her best skills at the United Nations Information Centre. She feels this is the best place to learn and to get much skills and experiences concerning library and information work.