My name is John Steven Ngegba a Sierra Leonean by nationality and has worked for UNHCR as IUNV. My nick name colleagues always called me is “chief de village” because of my long stayed in remote and difficult villages and also the wealth of experience about the field. I have served UNHCR for six years doing repatriation, acting head of Office, monitoring reintegration activities supervising UNHCR local staff and several implementing partners which I’ve enjoyed working because of the quality of its service delivered and its sensitivity to human suffering. My desire to work with UNHCR is particularly hinged on the professionalism with which the organization handles difficult emergency humanitarian circumstances and the quality of humanitarian assistant rendering to people in need which I have always admired. It has been so challenging and capacity rewarding to work in the field for Six years with special focus of helping persons of concern to UNHCR. During my IUNV serving period I was able to provide protection assistance like good and quality drinking water, Health facilities, schools, rood rehabilitation, access to information, micro credit facilities to women groups, skills training, train them in agriculture, logistics during repatriation, help the vulnerable groups to get shelter, work closely with ICRC to do tracing for the unaccompanied minus to resettle, work with state judiciary department to bring perpetrators of rape cases to Justice to over 70,000 returnees and 30 thousand refugees and host communities within the Democratic Republic of Congo. Because of this long serving period I was able to speak French. My contract ended on the 31 December. My job as UNV is not a financial rewarding but wealth in experience and capacity rewarding.