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At the United Nations Millennium Summit, world leaders committed to halving global poverty by 2015. The United Nations Development Programme is responsible for helping them to achieve that and we need your help to do it.
As the United Nations’ global development network, the UNDP is at the forefront of the current development dialogue in its defence of poor and disadvantaged populations. Our primary aim is to provide developing countries with consultancy services which are based on knowledge as well as on the formation of national, regional and global coalitions for change. With its many years of experience in the fields of inclusion and consensus-building, the UNDP has earned the trust and cooperation of leaders throughout the developing world.
We are currently recruiting a new generation of experts who wish to contribute to these partnerships by offering strategic approaches to long-standing problems. We are looking for people, from different cultures and levels of society, who can give us advice and bring us new ideas.
We have a wide range of international opportunities at various levels and offer competitive salaries according to experience.
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The UNDP actively supports the application of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations. For more information, please see http://www.un.org/disabilities.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in the DRC wishes to draw the attention of the public to fraudulent activities and other deceitful practices on the part of malicious, unidentified individuals who make offers of jobs, recruitment or work-placement services or procurement contracts which appear to come from the UNDP or its staff.
The UNDP strongly recommends that anyone contacted in this way proceed with care and urges any such person above all to check, before responding, that any such offer and related documentation are genuine, by putting any questions and/or concerns directly to the UNDP using the following contact details: Email: email@example.com Tel.: +243 81 555 33 00 Fax: + 243 81 555 33 05.
In addition, the UNDP would like to remind the public that no payment, gift or favour is required on the part of job or work-placement candidates and/or partners or tenderers. The UNDP’s recruitment and procurement procedures are competitive and open; details are published on the UNDP’s official website and/or in the local newspapers authorised for this purpose.
The UNDP shall have no liability whatsoever for any loss or damage arising from any of the fraudulent activities or deceitful practices referred to above.
Anyone affected by or otherwise aware of any such attempted scam is strongly encouraged to report the matter to the local police.