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Matching of individuals is made on the basis of the profiles of mentee and mentor and the overall principles and objectives of MENTOR-VIP. (...) Maintaining the proportion of mentoring pairs who do not conclude the mentoring arrangement at less than 5% during any given year. (...) Further elaboration on the principles and objectives of MENTOR-VIP may be found in the MENTOR-VIP programme document .
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Score: 1011233.7 - https://www.who.int/teams/soci...erminants-of-health/mentor-vip
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Mentoring Programmes 3.   Mentoring can provide a low-cost informal alternative or complement to organized trainings. Fifty-six per cent of entities reported having mentoring programmes, yet only 19 per cent have mentoring programmes targeted specifically at women. 4.   (...) Since its launch in 2014, the number of mentoring pairs increased from 15 to 25 in 2015. The programme is open to female (as mentees and mentors) and male (as mentors) staff in all categories.
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Score: 1001636.3 - https://www.unwomen.org/sites/...nd-mentoring-programmes-en.pdf
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Mentoring Programme – Network of Women for WRC-23 About ITU Radiocommunication Standardization Development About Mentoring Programme Regional Co-Chairs & Representatives Network of Women for WRC-19 About Mentoring Programme Regional Co-Chairs & Representatives Network of Women for WRC-19 Mentoring Programme What is the NOW4WRC23 Mentoring Programme? (...) Who can be a mentee or mentor? All women ITU-R delegates are welcome to become mentees. (...) How can I get involved as a mentee or as a mentor? If you are interested in participating in the NOW4WRC23 mentoring programme, please contact  NOW4WRC23@itu.int Social media Privacy notice Ethics/Report misconduct Contact us © 2022 ITU.
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Score: 995418.9 - https://www.itu.int/now4wrc23/mentoring-programme/
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Speed Mentoring You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. (...) Upon completing the request form (see How to participate ) participants will obtain a short background description of their mentor in order to get prepared for the mentoring activity. (...) Step 3: Complete the Mentoring Request Form. Step 4: The Speed Mentoring Team will contact you via e-mail with the meeting schedule.  
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Score: 992435.6 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...al/Pages/Speed-Mentoring-.aspx
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Angela MATLAPENG ​Current Employer/Organization: Bocra Current Job Title: bwCIRT Analys Mentor: Fiona Alexander ​ Ester CHRISTOPHER Current Employer/Organization: Meritech ltd Current Job Title: Managing Director​ Mentor: Reem AlShammari ​ ​Unyime IBEKWE Current Employer/Organization: Central Bank of Nigeria Current Job Title: Senior Networks & Systems Security Analyst Mentor: Deborah Housen-Couriel ​ Eya TRABELSI Current Employer/Organization: ENIT Current Job Title: Graduate Mentor: Andrea Knoblauch ​ Aisha ALMARZOOQI Current Employer/Organization: Telecommunication Regulatory Authority Current Job Title: Senior Officer Information Security Education & Awareness Mentor: Samaneh Tajalizadehkhoob ​ ​Maitha ALSHAALI Current Employer/Organization: Telecommunications Regulatory Authority Current Job Title: Information Security Analyst Mentor: Samaneh Tajalizadehkhoob ​ ​Liz OREMBO Current Employer/Organization: GCSCC Current Job Title: Communications and Engagement Officer Mentor: Lessie Longstreet ​ Elizabeth KOLADE Current Employer/Organization: Defence Space Administration Current Job Title: Cybersecurity Analyst Mentor: Natalia Spinu ​ ​Boitshepo MOGOROSI Current Employer/Organization: Department of Information Technology/Ministry of Transport & Communications Current Job Title: Principal Systems Analyst Mentor: Natalia Spinu ​ Molly KGOBATHE Current Employer/Organization: University of Botswana Current Job Title: MSc Student and Teaching Assistant Mentor: Louise Marie Hurel ​ ​Maureen GATE Current Employer/Organization: @ilabAfrica ,strathmore University Current Job Title: Msc student & Research Scholar Mentor: Louise Marie Hurel ​ ​Charmaine MATSAUDZA Current Employer/Organization: POTRAZ Current Job Title: RPA and Emerging Technologies Manager Mentor: Samaneh Tajalizadehkhoob​ ​ ​ ​Neha Shaikh Current Employer/Organization: TechXL Current Job Title: Chief Innovation Officer Mentor: Abeer Khedr ​ ​ Page Content 9 Page Content 10 Page Content 18 Page Content 19 Page Content 6 Page Content 7 Page Content 11 Page Content 12 Page Content 2 Page Content 3 Page Content 4 Page Content 5 Page Content 13 Page Content 14 Page Content 15 Page Content 16 Follow us Twitter Facebook YouTube Flickr Linkedin Instagram Soundcloud Podcasts Spotify Spreaker TikTok © ITU All Rights Reserved Contact us Privacy notice Accessibility Report misconduct Back to top
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Score: 990401.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...Women-in-Cyber/WiC-Envoys.aspx
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That’s why I am always so happy to be a mentor for younger colleagues. As a mentor, I get new perspectives and feel satisfaction from witnessing the success of colleagues with my contribution.” (...) “When I joined UNICEF a long time ago, unfortunately, I did not have good mentors, on the contrary, colleagues that were supposed to provide mentoring were almost hostile and not willing to share more than the minimum,” said Brigita. “I promised myself that I would correct this injustice by providing proper mentoring to all colleagues that needed mentoring, once I qualify experience (and age) wise.
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Score: 989541 - https://www.unicef.org/bih/en/...ce-mentor-mentee-relationships
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Peer mentors: Frontline heroes during COVID-19 Novel peer mentor programme provides life-saving services and reduces pressure at clinics. (...) There are currently 106 peer mentors across Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal. At the clinic, the peer mentors are the ‘welcoming committee’, taking all mothers and pregnant women aside for health screening. (...) She is thankful to the mentor for the support and education and is adhering to her treatment.
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Score: 989228.4 - https://www.unicef.org/southaf...ontline-heroes-during-covid-19
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Under Component 2, In-Service Training for Early Grade (EG) Teachers, STEPCam is currently working with the Ministry of Education and Youth and Sport (MoEYS) to develop an Early Grade Mentoring Package that will engage Master Mentors and School-Based Mentor to support teachers improve their teaching skills and practice, with a particular focus on Early Grade Mathematics and Khmer Literacy. The Early Grade Mentoring Package developed by STEPCam team in collaboration with the USAID-funded All Children Reading Initiative (ACR –I ), UNICEF and other relevant stakeholders implementing mentoring in Cambodia is informed by lessons learned from the piloting of different mentoring models in target schools, and a national consultative workshop that was conducted in January 2020. To further learn from, and incorporate the feedback of teachers and mentors into the package, the MoEYS with support from STEPCam organized a series of consultative workshops across five provinces on Early Grade Mentoring in June.
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Score: 987425 - https://en.unesco.org/news/moe...-early-grade-mentoring-package
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We then match pairs of mentors and mentees . Please Remember… Recommendation for the mentee: Take the initiative to meet your mentor. (...) Recommendation for the mentor: Remember how you felt the first time you participated in an ITU meeting and that your mentee might feel exactly like that. (...) We would appreciate to hear from you to shape this programme to your needs. 1:1 Mentors and mentees are matched in pairs. The mentor shares her/his experience and skills.
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Score: 987425 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/c...ts/NOW4WRC19Brochure-WRC19.pdf
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The program was supported by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Korea Forest Service, and built on PLT Canada’s national Green Mentor program model. The PLTC/WFC Green Mentor program brought together 51 mentorship pairs from 37 different countries. (...) A speed networking event gave an opportunity for mentees and mentors to get to know each other, share their mentorship experiences and tips, and build their forest and conservation sector networks. “ Meeting some mentees and mentors at WFC Korea was my favourite experience in the entire congress! (...) “This was the first time we used the PLT Canada Green Mentor platform and applied it to a global context.
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Score: 987183 - https://www.fao.org/event/worl...agship-green-mentor-program/en
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