UNDP works in about 170 countries and territories, helping to achieve the eradication of poverty, and the reduction of inequalities and exclusion. We help countries to develop policies, leadership skills, partnering abilities, institutional capabilities and build resilience in order to sustain development results.

UNDP is working to strengthen new frameworks for development, disaster risk reduction and climate change. We support countries' efforts to achieve the new Sustainable Development Goals, which will guide global development priorities through 2030. The key 2030 Agenda principle of leaving no one behind and stamping out inequality is at the core of everything we do. 

UNDP focuses on helping countries build and share solutions in three main areas:

  • Sustainable development
  • Democratic governance and peacebuilding
  • Climate and disaster resilience

In all our activities, we encourage the protection of human rights and the empowerment of women, minorities and the poorest and most vulnerable.


The UNDP, UN Women and UNICEF Joint Programme “Reinforcing equal access to justice for all Palestinians” (2024-2028) aims to enhance access to justice for all Palestinians, with a particular focus on vulnerable groups such as women and children. The programme is designed to address the challenges faced by civil society institutions, including the lack of sustainable funding and increased threats from conservative groups. To achieve this, the joint programme will work to strengthen the legal aid system, promote partnerships between government bodies and civil society organizations (CSOs), and support the development of a people-centered culture that upholds the rule of law and fundamental rights. The joint programme will employ a bottom-up approach to institutionalize legal aid, including the use of digital solutions for case management and the development of coalitions involving the broader legal community. The programme will also focus on building mentoring partnerships between CSOs and grassroots organizations, allowing for capacity development to ensure the inclusion of grassroots organizations in the programme. Additionally, the programme will emphasize the importance of coordination and information sharing among UN projects supporting CSOs, donors, and implementers to avoid overlap in funding priorities and ensure coherence in thematic and geographic focus areas and will also prioritize the utilization of research and knowledge to reinforce partners' advocacy efforts and build coalitions of CSOs for greater influence and coordination.

Duties and Responsibilities

1. Data gathering and entry support.

  • Compiles, processes data sets received in different formats from a variety of sources.
  • Updates statistical series in established formats.
  • Prepares spreadsheets, tables, charts, graphs and other outputs for reporting and presentation of various data.
  • Updates and maintains relevant computerized databases.
  • Gathers data, testimonies, and success stories from final beneficiaries.
  • Prepares data sets upon request, responds to queries/requests and maintains/updates web pages.
  • Manage data entry of projects to the Monitoring and Evaluation system and maintains regular liaison with project focal points. 

2. Management support.

  • Supporting the engagement with civil society partner organizations.
  • Supporting the team with paper and electronic archiving.
  • Supporting the team in preparing for workshops, meetings and field visit.
  • Participates in reviewing reports.

3. Other:

Support other/ad hoc activities as seen relevant and needed.


· Interest and motivation in working in an international organization;

· Good analytical skills in gathering and consolidating data and research for practical implementation;

· Outgoing and initiative-taking person with a goal oriented mind-set;

· Communicates effectively when working in teams and independently;

· Good in organizing and structuring various tasks and responsibilities;

· Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability;

· Responds positively to feedback and differing points of view;

· Consistently approaches work with energy and a positive, constructive attitude.

Required Skills and Experience

Education: Candidates must meet one of the following educational requirements:

· currently enrolled in a Master’s degree; or

· have graduated no longer than 1 year ago from a bachelor’s or master’s degree or equivalent studies. Field of study: public administration, economic, social or equivalent.

IT skills:

· Knowledge and a proficient user of Microsoft Office productivity tools;

· Knowledge of standard software applications; and analytical software (e.g. STATA, SPSS).

Language skills:

· Arabic and English are required;

· Knowledge of other UN languages is an advantage.


· UNDP will not pay interns for internship but will provide a stipend in the amount of NIS 2,217.77 monthly in accordance with the provisions of the UNDP internship policy; all other expenses connected with it will be borne by me or my sponsoring Government or institution;

· UNDP accepts no responsibility for costs arising from accidents and/or illness or death incurred during the internship;

· Interns are responsible for obtaining necessary visas and arranging travel to and from the duty station where the internship will be performed;

· Interns are not eligible to apply for, or be appointed to, any post in UNDP during the period of the internship;

· Interns must provide proof of enrolment in health insurance plan;

· Interns are not staff members and may not represent UNDP in any official capacity;

· Interns are expected to work full time, but flexibility is allowed for education programmes;

· Interns need to obtain financing for subsistence and make own arrangements for internship, travel, VISA, accommodation, etc.



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