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LTA, Community of Practice Facilitator on South-South Cooperation - New York
Procurement Process :Other
Office :NY HQ office based and home based - UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Deadline :21-Mar-19
Posted on :26-Feb-19
Reference Number :53668
Link to Atlas Project :
00075232 - South south triangular cooperation by GoI
Overview :

Dear Sir/Madam,

The United Nations Office for South-South Cooperation (UNOSSC), hosted by UNDP since 1974, was established by the UN General Assembly with a mandate to advocate for and coordinate South-South and triangular cooperation on a global and UN system-wide basis.

Under the strategic framework (2018-2021), UNOSSC focuses its work, on three strategic outcomes targeting:

  1. the advancement of policy choices for South-South and triangular cooperation and coordinated United Nations system support to such cooperation;
  2. capacity development through the sharing of knowledge and experiences; and
  3. the forging of strategic South-South and triangular partnerships to support demand-driven programmes.

Within this context, the Community of Practice Facilitator will be responsible in providing support in the facilitation and management of knowledge platforms and services to keep members and users engaged. He/she is responsible for providing coordination, facilitation, community management, communication, social media, outreach, content management, event management, and advisory support and training to external partners and internal colleagues and clients to support UNOSSC’s knowledge platforms. The UNOSSC is planning to engage a maximum of 3 consultants through this Long-Term Agreement for the provision of these services.


  • Several successful individuals can be selected and placed on the technical expert LTA for the period of up to 3 years. It is to be noted that inclusion in the roster does not guarantee a contract during the period of 3 years.

For further information please refer to the following link:

EXTENDED DEADLINE: The deadline to submit an application is 21st March 2019.

Best regards,

Central Procurement Unit