Meet the Team
Meet the Team

A day at the office can mean many things to UNICEF staff. It could mean talking with a 14-year-old former child soldier about their experiences, or finding funding for vital supplies for children during an emergency, or dedicating each day to efforts to eradicate a killer disease.

It's not all drama, of course.

Much of the organization's work is all but invisible: securing funding for HIV/AIDS or immunization programmes, for example, or chipping away at political inertia, or setting up structures for effective emergency response. And there's the vital task of building alliances with local communities, helping them to ensure the education, protection and wellbeing of their own children.

This selection of UNICEF staff profiles aims to give you an insight into the way the organization works, day by day, to improve the lives of individual children around the world.

Check this section regularly as we will feature more UNICEF staff.

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UNICEF Representative in India
Louis-Georges Arsenault –UNICEF Representative for India Mr. Louis-Georges Arsenault, UNICEF Representative to India, is responsible for the overall coordination, the development, formulation and management of the UNICEF Country Programme of Co-operation. He leads the policy dialogue and advocacy with the government and other partners for the enhancement of the survival, protection, development and participation of chi....
Our Sections
Admin and Finance Section
The mission of the A&F Section is to provide effective, efficient and client-focussed administrative and finance services for the successful running of the offices and support to Programme implementation in India.
Advocacy & Communication
Advocacy & Communication aims to enhance social and policy change to the benefit of children. UNICEF does this through dialogue and engagement, as well as strategic partnerships and networks with key influencers and decision makers.
Child Development and Nutrition
: The CDN programme seeks to the achievement of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) 1, 4 and 5 and aims to deliver measurable results in five priority areas that are essential for improved child survival, growth and development
Child Protection
The CP Programme addresses child labour, child marriage, child trafficking, justice for children, alternative care, violence, sexual exploitation, corporal punishment, child protection in emergencies, missing children and gender-biased sex.
Communication for Development
Communication for Development (C4D) program of UNICEF envisions a world in which people come together as equals and dialogue so that all children, families and communities have access to the information, skills, technologies, and processes they need to generate solutions are empowered to....
Education Programme seeks to contribute to the achievement of MDGs 2 and 3, as well as to MDG 7 on sanitation and the Millennium Declaration on Child Protection. The Programme has supported the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA), India's flagship programme to improve the enrolment, retention,....
Emergency Preparedness and Response
The EPR programme seeks to ensure that the rights of children and women are fulfilled during humanitarian crisis.
The Health section operates within the framework of the government?s national policies, namely the NRHM, and the RCH II. It supports national and state led maternal, new born and child health strategic interventions aimed at achieving the MDG targets to address the causes of high mortality....
Human Resources
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Monitoring for Development
The Monitoring for Development (m4D) Unit works with the core mandate of synthesising programme and budget monitoring to strengthen the overall programme performance monitoring within the UNICEF India Country Office.
Policy, Planning and Evaluation
The PPE section plays an important cross-sectoral role in ensuring that programme areas meet their objectives to advance and sustain the rights of children, adolescents and women.
Resource Mobilisation & Partnerships
The Resource Mobilisation & Partnerships section engages with institutions and private/public sector to leverage technical expertise and know-how to help enhance the impact of UNICEF programmes
Supply and Procurement
Supply and Procurement (S&P) Section supports UNICEF's assistance to the government and partners by ensuring that services and supplies are made available - effectively efficiently, timely and in compliance to UNICEF’s mandate
WASH section sponsor a wide range of activities and work with many partners, including families, communities, governments and like-minded organizations. In emergencies we provide urgent relief to communities and nations threatened by disrupted water supplies and disease. Without WASH (wate....
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