HIV, Health and Development

HIV and ill-health continue to undermine human development. UNDP recognizes the wide ranging social and structural determinants of HIV and the synergies between health and sustainable development. In response, UNDP works in partnership with regional and global initiatives to strengthen national capacities for HIV and health. As a founding cosponsor of the Joint UN Programme on HIV and AIDS, UNDP’s work addresses aspects of HIV responses that relate to development planning and mainstreaming; governance; law and human rights; gender equality and key populations. As a partner of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, UNDP supports national capacity development and implementation of multi-sectoral HIV, tuberculosis and malaria initiatives.

We are now hiring expert practitioners for the following assignments:

National Consultant to Support a Legal Environment Assessment for Sierra Leone’s National HIV Response External National Consultant Apply by
Freetown and Nationwide, SIERRA LEONE Apply Now
International Consultancy for the Preparation of Operational Plans for the New Education Policy External International Consultant Apply by
Praia, Cabo Verde, CAPE VERDE Apply Now
Finance Associate (Open to Thai Nationals Only) External National Consultant Apply by
Bangkok, Thailand, THAILAND Apply Now
* Finance Analyst External SB4 Apply by
Bangkok, Thailand Apply Now
International Consultant for the“Introduction of Community/Family doctor concept in the Rodriguan family” in Rodrigues External International Consultant Apply by
Port Louis, MAURITIUS Apply Now
RSC/IC/2016/013-International Consultant/Regional Consultant for the LINKAGES-UNDP Joint Project External International Consultant Apply by
Addis Ababa, ETHIOPIA Apply Now

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