Individual Contract (National)

The purpose of this assignment is to support the development of  a comprehensive National GBVF Prevention Strategy and framework of action, that sets out to  transform the structural foundation of GBVF across national, provincial and local spheres; and strengthen the national delivery capacity to roll out evidence-based prevention programmes and emerging interventions. It is expected that this will help to further address harmful social and gender norms, facilitate social cohesion. At the centre of the strategy is providing a comprehensive, coherent and multi-sectoral strategic framework to guide planning,implementation and monitoring of high impact prevention efforts over the NSP on GBVF timeframe: 2020–2030

P11 formTerms of Reference

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 18 March 2021

Communications and Visibility Consultant

UNODC supports the Asset Recovery Inter-Agency for Southern Africa (ARINSA). In March 2009 ARINSA was established with the aim of increasing the effectiveness of members’ efforts, individually and collectively, on a multi-agency basis, in depriving criminals of instrumentalities of crime and illicit profits. ARINSA brings together investigators, prosecutors, judges, magistrates, law enforcement and other professionals to address the recovery of proceeds of crime from its 17 member countries in Southern and Eastern Africa: Angola, Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, eSwatini, Kenya, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe. This assignment will support ARINSA.

P11 form. Terms of Reference

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 18 February 2021

GPML Monitoring and Evaluation Consultant

Under this assignment, the Consultant will work under the direct supervision of the Project Coordinator. He/she will also work in close collaboration with the UNODC Regional Office for Southern Africa Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, ARINSA contact points, and governmental representatives of relevant countries to fill in any gaps in the data received from countries and in the editing of documents and production of impact stories.

P11 form. Terms of Reference

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 16 February 2021

Driver to the Regional Representation (RR)

Under the guidance and supervision of the Regional Representative (RR) and in coordination with the Executive/Logistics Associate, the Driver provides reliable and safe driving services to RR and other high-ranking UN officials and visitors ensuring highest standards of discretion and integrity, sense of responsibility, excellent knowledge of protocol and security issues. The Driver also demonstrates a client-oriented approach, courtesy, tact and ability to work with people from different national and cultural backgrounds.

P11 form. Terms of Reference

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 22 February 2021

Individual Contract (National)

The purpose of the assignment is to draft a reference guide for first responders on the identification of Gender Based Violence (GBV) within rescued trafficked women and perhaps, smuggled migrants. Of note is that, including dimensions of GBV or its severity is not always provided for, in trafficked persons. Trafficked persons are most often manipulated, victimized, exposed to GBV and drug dependency, but upon rescue, do not receive the full array of services addressing their holistic needs. This assignment considers the intersectionality between GBV, and trafficking in persons. With this in mind, it is suggested that there is need for service providers to improve measures to ensure that there is specific attention to these victim-centric pathways in women. The outcome of this assignment is to yield a Quick Reference Guide providing a detailed, yet practical intervention guide, to support service providers in ensuring this holistic response.

P11 form. Terms of Reference

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 26 February 2021

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2020 Application

International Consultant

Under the general supervision of NAC and UNODC, the institution will undertake to:

  1. Conduct a population size estimation of people who inject drugs (PWID) and people who use drugs (PWUD) in selected parts of Zambia;
  2. Conduct a mapping of drug treatment services including harm reduction in selected parts of Zambia;
  3. Support the drafting of harm reduction services guidelines for service providers.

P11 form. Terms of Reference

Closing Date for Application: 31 December 2020

Consultancy: Prisons HIV and TB and STIs Assessment

The overall objective of the situation and needs assessment is to complement existing information in the country about HIV and other communicable diseases. The gathering of additional information will allow government to set more specific targets for achieving universal access for inmates to comprehensive and evidence-based HIV prevention, treatment, care and support interventions amid COVID – 19. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Closing Date for Application: 05 November 2020

AML/CFT Mutual Evaluation Consultant

UNODC is supporting the Asset Recovery Interagency Network of Southern Africa, (ARINSA), initiative, which is an informal professional network of practitioners dealing with all aspects of tackling the proceeds and instrumentalities of crime. In supporting  ARINSA work , UNODC is advertising this consultancy to  focus on specific country-tailored work in ESwatini. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Closing Date for Application: 18 October 2020

Finance Clerk

Under the direct supervision of the Finance Associate and overall oversight of the Regional Representative, the Finance Clerk will support the provision of financial services to the UNODC Regional Programme and ROSAF ensuring high quality, accuracy and consistency of work.  The Finance Clerk promotes a client-oriented approach consistent with UN rules and regulations. The Finance Clerk will work as part of the Programme Management Unit (PMU) in close collaboration with the Operations and Programme staff in the regional office, project offices to exchange information and ensure consistent service delivery. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Closing Date for Application: 18 October 2020

International Consultant

The United Nations Convention against Corruption (the Convention) provides a global legally binding framework for preventing and combatting corruption. Mozambique is a State party to the Convention and the Government of Mozambique is stepping up its efforts to align its national legal and institutional capacity with the requirements under the Convention. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) is the designated custodian of the Convention and provides technical assistance to countries around the world. Mozambique has requested for technical expertise from UNODC, and in 2019 UNODC established an office in Maputo to support the Government of Mozambique in strengthening its criminal justice system to counter drug trafficking, human trafficking, organized crime, wildlife crime, terrorism and corruption, among others. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Deadline for submission is 13 October 2020.

National Consultant

The United Nations Convention against Corruption (the Convention) provides a global legally binding framework for preventing and combatting corruption. Mozambique is a State party to the Convention and the Government of Mozambique is stepping up its efforts to align its national legal and institutional capacity with the requirements under the Convention. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) is the designated custodian of the Convention and provides technical assistance on anti-corruption to countries around the world. Mozambique has requested for technical expertise from UNODC, and in 2019 UNODC established an office in Maputo to support the Government of Mozambique in strengthening its criminal justice system to counter drug trafficking, human trafficking, organized crime, wildlife crime, terrorism and corruption, among others. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Deadline for submission is 09 October 2020.

International Consultant

The “Maputo Roadmap” calls for supporting the development of digitalized systems for registration of companies with beneficial ownership information. The Convention encourages States parties to promote transparency among private entities, including, where appropriate, measures regarding the identity of legal and natural persons involved in the establishment and management of corporate entities. Under the second cycle of the Convention’s Implementation Review Mechanism, the Government received a recommendation in July 2018 to “increase transparency regarding the identity of beneficial owners” and to “transparently regulate the use of subsidies and licenses for commercial activities”. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Deadline for submission is 09 October 2020.

Institutional Contract

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) as the co-sponsor under UNAIDS is responsible for supporting national efforts in addressing HIV and AIDS Prevention treatment and care for inmates and people who inject drugs. In 2020 UNODC Zambia project office plans to support a Rapid assessment on people who inject drugs (PWID) and people who use drugs (PWUD) in Zambia to serve as base for the establishment of harm reduction services and drug dependency treatment services to the public sector. UNODC together with other UNAIDS co-sponsors aim to promote the inclusion in national drug policies, in accordance with national legislation and as appropriate, of elements for the prevention and treatment of drug overdose, in particular opioid overdose, including the use of opioid receptor antagonists such as naloxone to reduce drug-related mortality; inability to address and provide adequate services to priority populations, especially key populations mainly because of inconsistent, poor quality or non-existent data on HIV prevalence, testing, and treatment among these groups.. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Deadline for submission is 31 December 2020.

 

Individual Contract

The purpose of this consultancy is Strengthen HIV treatment guidelines for people on the move (Migrants, Truck drivers, KPs & Prisoners). Enhance capacity of health professionals to better support ART coverage for people on the move and pilot a framework for patient information sharing between countries. (Ref: Migrants, Truck drivers, Key Population (MSM, SWs and PWID/PWUD) and Prisoners. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Deadline for submission is 28 September 2020.

Institutional Contract

This overall objective of the assignment is to increase awareness of community-based organizations on harm reduction and to improve capacity for delivery of gender-responsive services for Women Who Use Drugs (WWUD) and People Who Use Drugs (PWUD) in rural areas.The assessment will be conducted by the Organization under the supervision of the UNODC Regional Office for Southern Africa. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Deadline for submission is 11 September 2020.

Individual Contract

Under the direct supervision of the HIV Prevention Officer, the Communications and Coordination Consultant will provide communication and coordination support to the ZKPC and also UNODC Office Zambia primarily and may be called on support other ROSAF Programme/Projects. The Communications and Coordination Consultant will also play an important role in the design and roll out of key UNODC advocacy messages to a broad range of external stakeholders, at country and regional level. He/She will provide hands on support to the communications needs of the HIV Prevention Projects and other ROSAF programmes, projects and activities. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Deadline for submission is 07 September 2020.

Individual Contract

Under the direct supervision of the HIV Prevention Officer, the Communications and Coordination Consultant will provide communication and coordination support to the ZKPC and also UNODC Office Zambia primarily and may be called on support other ROSAF Programme/Projects. The Communications and Coordination Consultant will also play an important role in the design and roll out of key UNODC advocacy messages to a broad range of external stakeholders, at country and regional level. He/She will provide hands on support to the communications needs of the HIV Prevention Projects and other ROSAF programmes, projects and activities. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Deadline for submission is 07 September 2020.

 

GPML Cybercrime Consultant

The COVID-19 pandemic was initially seen as purely a health-related problem. However, the threat of cybercrime emanating from the pandemic has become apparent. Cyber criminals are ceasing the opportunity created by the pandemic to exploit available vulnerabilities and achieve profit. Under the overall guidance and supervision of UNODC Project Coordinator, dealing with ARINSA project, the Consultant will carry out his/her assignment as follows: The purpose of the assignment is to inform local law enforcement as to the likely cybercrime threats that may be introduced in the COVID-19 era and how to stay safe during these times while working from home.It will assist to inform them of preventive measures that can be taken to curb and curtail any potential vulnerabilities that cyber criminals would likely take advantage of.  The consultancy will be carried out under the overall guidance of the UNODC Global Programme against Money laundering (GPML) and the direct supervision of the relevant UNODC Project Coordinator. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Deadline for submission is 15 August 2020.

Individual Consultant

The objective of the assignment is to gain baseline understanding that will guide the planning of future UNODC technical assistance. The Consultant will conduct a detailed stocktaking exercise of relevant national laws, policies and practices in South Africa, with the aim of identifying the legal, policy, and practical gaps and obstacles for using alternatives to imprisonment with a specific focus on women arrested for drug offences. The stocktaking exercise will focus on the legal and policy framework as well as the institutional capacity to effectively use alternatives to imprisonment and assess whether they are in line with relevant international standards and norms on alternatives to imprisonment, including the Tokyo Rules and the Bangkok Rules. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Deadline for submission is 21 August 2020.

Executive/Travel Logistics Associate 

This position is located in the UNODC Regional Office for Southern Africa (ROSAF) based in Pretoria. The incumbent will work under the direct supervision and overall guidance of the UNODC Regional Representative and will form part of Programme Management Unit (PMU). The Executive/Travel Logistics Associate ensures effective and efficient functioning of the Regional Representative’s office, maintenance of protocol procedures, management of information flow and follow-up on deadlines and commitments made. S/he will perform UMOJA roles in support to UNODC implementation such as travel administration. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Closing Date for Application: 19 August 2020

Communications and Visibility Consultant

Under the direct supervision of the Regional Representative and working closely with the Programme Coordinator- Trafficking in Persons (TiP) and Smuggling of Migrants (SoM), the Communications Consultant will be responsible for the development of a Communication and Visibility Strategy for UNODC ROSAF SAMM Project, its initial implementation, as well as to support communication activities of UNODC Regional Office in Southern Africa (ROSAF)  to ensure coherency and broader outreach of communication messages and materials.. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Closing Date for Application: 16 June 2020

Finance Assistant

The post is located in the UNODC Regional Office for Southern Africa (ROSAF) in Pretoria. The incumbent will work under the overall guidance of the ROSAF Regional Representative and the direct supervision of the ROSAF Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer, and in close cooperation with the ROSAF project team and Programme Management Unit. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Closing Date for Application: 15 May 2020

Programme Assistant

The post is located in the UNODC Regional Office for Southern Africa (ROSAF) in Pretoria. The incumbent will work under the overall guidance of the ROSAF Regional Representative and the direct supervision of the ROSAF Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer, and in close cooperation with the ROSAF project team and Programme Management Unit. P11 form. Terms of Reference

 Closing Date for Application: 15 May 2020

National Project Officer (GBV)

This position is located at the UNODC Regional Office for Southern Africa in Pretoria, South Africa (ROSAF). The incumbent will work under the overall guidance of the Regional Representative for UNODC ROSAF and direct supervision of the Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer and with close collaboration with the ROSAF Programme Management Unit. The National Project Officer will provide substantive technical expertise, guidance, reporting and coordination within the context of UNODC-SADC Regional Programme “Making the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Region Safer from Crime and Drugs” 2020 – 2023 with specific focus on Violence against Women and Children and the relevant UNODC project XASV23. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Closing Date for Application: 01 May 2020

Programme Assistant

The position is located at the UNODC Regional Office for Southern Africa (ROSAF) in Pretoria, South Africa. Under the overall guidance of UNODC Regional Representative and direct supervision of the National Project Officer, the Programme Assistant provides a comprehensive range of inter-related but distinct administrative support services in support of UNODC ROSAF’s projects and programme implementation.  In performing administrative and financial functions, the incumbent will work in close cooperation with ROSAF Programme Management Unit, which will provide feedback to evaluation of the incumbent’s performance. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Closing Date for Application: 01 May 2020

Project Assistant

The position is located in the UNODC Project Office in Malawi. Under the overall supervision of the  Regional Programme Coordinator based in the UNODC Regional Office for Southern Africa (ROSAF), Pretoria, and direct supervision of the National Project Officer in Malawi, the Project Assistant provides a comprehensive range of inter-related, but distinct administrative, financial and procurement support services for implementation of UNODC projects in Malawi. In performing administrative and financial functions the incumbent will work in close cooperation with ROSAF Programme Management Unit, which will provide feedback to evaluation of incumbent’s performance. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Closing Date for Application: 12 March 2020

Agronomist

Under the primary supervision of the National Project Coordinator in UNODC Project Office in Malawi, and overall supervision of the Regional Representative, through the Regional Programme Coordinator, the Agronomist will contribute towards the Malawi Prisons Service strategic goal to enhance public security through safe custody of offenders among whose objectives is to provide improved health and nutrition services to inmates through intensifying food crops production and animal husbandry in all prisons, introduce irrigation technologies for agriculture in prisons located near rivers or water bodies, and rehabilitate prisoners through training in practical agriculture. This will ensure sustainable food security in Malawi Prisons Service through implementation and technical support towards the already existing farming activities, as elaborated under the regional project, Supporting Minimum Standards for HIV, Health and Rights in Prison Populations of Sub-Saharan Africa’s Subprogramme – Response to the Prison Crisis in Malawi. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Closing Date for Application: 12 March 2020

 

Consultant - Programme Associate

The United Nations Convention against Corruption (the Convention) provides a global legally binding framework for preventing and combatting corruption. Mozambique is a State party to the Convention and the Government of Mozambique is stepping up its efforts to align its national legal and institutional capacity with the requirements under the Convention. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) is the designated custodian of the Convention and provides technical assistance to countries around the world. Mozambique has requested for technical expertise from UNODC and in 2019 UNODC established an office in Maputo to support the Government of Mozambique in strengthening its criminal justice system to counter drug trafficking, human trafficking, organized crime, wildlife crime, terrorism and corruption, among others. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Closing Date for Application: 06 March 2020

 

National Consultant - Development of an Operational Monitoring

The Malawi Prisons Service (MPS) with the support of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) is seeking the services of a consultant to undertake a development of an Operational Monitoring Framework for Malawi Prisons Service. The objective of t he assignment is to develop a Monitoring Framework that will be used in monitoring the implementation of the Prison Management Systems.   P11 form. Terms of Reference

Closing Date for Application: 11 March 2020

National Project Officer (HIV prevention)

Under the overall supervision of UNODC Representative and the technical guidance of UNODC Regional HIV Adviser, the Project Officer will be responsible for implementation of UNODC technical assistance projects in the UNODC HIV/AIDS key policy areas, namely HIV/AIDS prevention and care related to (a) drug use, particularly injecting drug use and (b) prison settings. S/he will also facilitate collaboration and coordination with UNAIDS, its co-sponsors and other key players and assist the UNODC Office in Mozambique in strengthening national capacities to develop and implement strategies that deal effectively with HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Closing Date for Application: 31 October 2019

 

National Project Officer (HIV prevention)

Under the overall supervision of UNODC Regional Representative and the technical guidance of UNODC Regional HIV Adviser, the Programme Officer will be responsible for implementation of UNODC technical assistance projects in the UNODC HIV/AIDS key policy areas, namely HIV/AIDS prevention and care related to (a) drug use, particularly injecting drug use and (b) prison settings. S/he will also facilitate collaboration and coordination with UNAIDS, its co-sponsors and other key players and assist the UNODC Office in Zambia in strengthening national capacities to develop and implement strategies that deal effectively with HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Closing Date for Application: 25 October 2019

 

Individual Consultant

UNODC seeks to enhance collaborative methods and improve capacity to combat human trafficking in Southern Africa by establishing a harmonized TIP data collection and reporting system. UNODC has rolled out the SADC Regional TIP Data Collection System in 13 out of 16 SADC Member States, and through the current project, intends to reach the remaining countries. This will include setting up national data hubs, linked to the UNODC-SADC regional data hub, as well as conducting trainings for users of the system - the trainings include entrenching a conceptual understanding of the elements constituting the crime of trafficking in person in addition to training on use of the data collection tool. P11 form. Terms of Reference

Deadline for submission is 24 September 2019.

 

Local institutional Consultant

Develop referral and linkages to HIV care tools and a training module for Community Corrections unit of the National Department of Correctional Service (DCS) on HIV and continuum of care.   This assignment also seeks to train Community Corrections staff, Auxiliary social workers, and community health care professionals on the developed tools (referral & linkages tools), basics of HIV, AIDS and drug use and importance of treatment continuation, treatment as prevention, known barriers to treatment continuation. P11 form. Terms of Reference

 

Deadline for submission is 10 October 2019.

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