This report provides a snapshot of the work UN agencies in the country undertook throughout 2012. In partnership with Government, local government institutions, other national stakeholders, civil society, academia and the private sector, results were achieved across a wide range of areas - from increasing human capital and promoting employment, to empowering local government to provide quality social services, and promoting environmentally sustainable development together with a strengthened response to climate change.
UNDP does not charge a fee at any stage of its recruitment process (application, interview, processing, training, visa or other fee). Go to http://jobs.undp.org and click on Vacancies to see the latest career opportunities with UNDP.
UNDP does not charge a fee at any stage of its procurement process (supplier registration, bids submission or other fee). Go to http://procurement-notices.undp.org/ to see the latest business opportunities with UNDP.
UNDP does not request or issue personal bank checks, Money Grams, Western Union or any other type of money transfer at any stage of its procurement / recruitment process.
UNDP does not request any information related to bank accounts or other private information prior to formal registration as a vendor.
UNDP does not offer prizes, awards, funds, certificates, scholarships or conduct lotteries through e-mail, mail or fax.
We strongly recommend that recipients of solicitations to apply for positions or engage in procurement exercises exercise caution regarding such solicitations.
Financial loss and identity theft can result from the transfer of money or personal information to those issuing such fraudulent correspondence. UNDP is not responsible for any such loss or theft.
Victims of scams may also wish to report them to local law enforcement authorities for appropriate action.
Beware of fraudulent job offers
UNDG/DOCO is aware of fictitious employment offers being circulated via email or originating from online job boards. Many of these schemes consist of an alleged offer of employment or contract with UNDG/DOCO in return for the payment of fees or providing personal or banking information.
Please note that UNDG/DOCO does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process (application, interview, meeting, traveling, processing, training or any other fees).
Such fraudulent correspondence may appear legitimate: they may feature a UN/UNDG logo, they may appear to originate from an official-looking email address or web site or they may be sent by individuals purporting to represent UNDG/DOCO or an entity which includes the word UN in its name. These fraudulent schemes mislead individuals with the purpose to extract money and/or personal information.
UNDG/DOCO advertises its employment and procurement opportunities on its global websites (http://jobs.undp.org; http://procurement-notices.undp.org) or on the websites of its UN Country Teams (a list of which can be consulted here). UNDG/DOCO also utilizes bona fide and established media and newspapers to disseminate its vacancies.
Beware if an offer of employment looks too good to be true. Never divulge personal and banking information or send money if you are unsure of the authenticity of an email or other communication in the name of UNDG/DOCO. If you are in doubt, please contact us for confirmation.
If you did mistakenly provide your information to a suspected fraudster, please report it to local law enforcement authorities or, if one of the two parties is based in the United States, to the Internet Crime Complaint Center for appropriate action.