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The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Nepal works with the people and Government of Nepal, and other development partners to pursue equitable and sustainable human development goals through eradication of poverty, increase in livelihood opportunities, improvement in community resilience against conflict, disasters and impact of climate change, while laying down strong foundations for a society based on rule of law with an inclusive and participatory democracy.

The UNDP Nepal is seeking applications from qualified and result oriented Nepalese Empoweredi a 1:40: citizens for the following assignment with Comprehensive Disaster Risk Management Programme (CDRMP):

Position Title: National Consultant — Final Evaluation of EU II component (Reference No.: UNDP/PN/28/ 2020)
> Level: Individual Contractor
> Number of Positions: 1 (One)

Duty Station: Kathmandu

Weblink for application:  [ LINK HERE ]

Please visit the given weblink for a detailed job description and for submission of the application by 06 June 2020.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. UNDP retains the right to contact referees directly. UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity (in terms of nationality, minority groups, caste/ethnic groups, persons with a disability, etc.) and has the policy to have gender balance among staff at all levels.

Qualified female candidates and candidates particularly from disadvantaged and socially excluded groups are strongly encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the highest confidentiality.

The first date of publication: 28 May 2020


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