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28 Sep 2020
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UNICEF is currently looking for a home-based consultant to work on Scaling the Administrative Data Maturity model, Data & Analytics. The duration of the consultancy is 140 days over a 9 month period. The deadline to apply is 29 September. Further information is available on the UNICEF job site.

UNDP is issuing a general call for Legal Identity Experts to be part of the UNDP GPN ExpRes ONE Roster. The deadline to apply is 11 October 2020. Details about the open call can be found on the UNDP job site.

Finally, UNDP is also recruiting a consultant for the development of methodology on the 'cost of inaction' in providing legal identity to work as part of the BPPS/GPN/Governance team. The deadline to apply is 12 October and details about the job can found on the UNDP site.

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