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Recruitment of National Individual Consultancy to conduct a mapping and analysis of institutions’ on-going efforts to empower persons with disabilities in Rwanda

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Rwanda is among eight pilot countries selected in January 2007 to implement the One UN Reform , which enables the UN System to provide a more effective and coherent response to the needs of the Government of Rwanda and its Development Partners.

PROCUREMENT NOTICE

NATIONAL INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT                                                                                                                                                        

Date: 30/07/2020

Country: Rwanda

Description of the assignmentRecruitment of National Individual Consultancy to conduct a mapping and analysis of institutions’ on-going efforts to empower persons with disabilities in Rwanda

Period of assignment: 20 working days

UNDP Rwanda is recruiting National Individual Consultant to conduct a mapping and analysis of institutions’ on-going efforts to empower persons with disabilities in Rwanda The overall objective of the mapping and analysis is to get a clear overview of the current efforts to empower persons with disabilities and promote their rights. The analysis of the data will highlight areas with substantial support and areas where persons with disabilities are left behind in terms of dedicated focus.

All interested and qualified international individual consultants may download the Individual Consultant Notice, Terms of Reference, and P11, Confirmation Letter (Attached) and General Terms and conditions documents from UNDP Rwanda website at:

http://www.rw.undp.org/content/rwanda/en/home/operations/procurement/notices/

Submission is done by email address at offers.rw@undp.org not later than 13th August 2020, Time: 12h00 PM Kigali Rwanda local time.

N.B: UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality, and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups, and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply.

Yours sincerely,

 

Varsha Redkar-Palepu

UNDP Deputy Resident Representative