Consultancies and Opportunities

Employment opportunities and consultancies at UNODC generally work on a project-by-project basis. As and when positions arise, UNODC Southern Africa will post these below and invite suitable applicants to apply. All vacancies are also advertised in the national and local newspapers of the applicable country/ies.

Unfortunately due to the nature of each project being highly different, as well as sporadic implementation dates, UNODC Southern Africa cannot accept unsolicited CV's.

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Individual Contract (National).

The project intends to engage a contractor to install a solar powered drip irrigation system to irrigate primarily five hectares of banana plantations at Mpyupyu prison farm, with the aim of diversifying food production and generating income to sustain agriculture activities in the prisons

1. Installation of solar powered drip irrigation system at Mpyupyu & Kasungu prison farm.

2. Train agriculture staff on system operations and maintenance of equipment

Mpyupyu TORs, Kasungu TORs  P11 form.



Individual Contract

UNODC in partnership with the Southern African Development Community Parliamentary Forum (SADC-PF) wishes to engage the services of a Consultant to organize and facilitate consultations with SADC Jurists, Lawyers and Human Rights Commissioners to inform the development of the SADC Model Law on GBV.

The Consultant will carry out the proposed consultancy, under the overall guidance and supervision of the UNODC GBV Project Officer in partnership with SADC PF.

P11 formTerms of Reference



The individual consultant is expected to produce an analytical report assessing the level of opiate trade in the region, with a specific focus on heroin consumption, trafficking routes and flows (including volume) and precursor trafficking. The report will also include information on the nature and the extent of the involvement of organized crime in the opiate trade and links to illicit trade in other forms of narcotic drugs