Enhancing Access to Justice through Institutional Reform Project-Il (A2J-11) implementing under Nationally Implemented Modality (NIM). Under the overall leadership of the Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs (MOLPA), the project will be implemented jointly and in a close partnership with UNDP Nepal.

The project aims to enhance access to justice of women and other marginalized communities by strengthening the integrated legal aid services and criminal justice system in Nepal. The project focuses mainly on supporting the implementation of integrated legal aid frameworks by establishing necessary frameworks to deliver the justice at the local level.

Institutional Reform Project NIM Nepal Government Local Level UNDP Project

Strengthening justice sector institutions to provide effective remedies to protect and promote the rights of women and marginalized groups as per the national and international commitment and empower women, and other marginalized groups, in particular Dalit, PWD, LGBTIQ + and people below poverty line, to claim their rights and participate in judicial governance/civic life. The project is seeking qualified, dedicated and result oriented Nepalese citizens for the following positions:

  1. Position: Project Management Specialist SB 5/Peg -1 One nos
    Duty Station: Kathmandu
  2. Position: Monitoring, Evaluation & Reporting Specialist SB 4/Peg 3 – 1 One nos
    Duty Station: Kathmandu
  3. Position: Legal Aid Outreach Officer SB 4/Peg 2 – 4(Four) nos
    Duty Station: Biratnagar, Janakpur, Surkhet and Dhangadhi
  4. Position: ICT Expert – SB 4/Peg 2 – 1 (One) nost
    Duty Station: Kathmandu

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Applications along with duly filled up UN Personal History Form-P11 (downloadable from website http://www.np.undp.org/content/nepal/en/home/operations/jobs/) must be submitted by 29 January, 2022.
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. UNDP retains the right to contact referees directly.

UNDP is committed to achieve work force diversity and has a policy to have gender balance among staffs at all levels. Work experience and/or academic knowledge in relation to gender and social inclusion will be an added advantage. Qualified Women, Dalits, Janjatis, Madhesis, Persons with Disabilities, gender and sexual minorities and other minorities are specially encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with highest confidentiality.