Established in 1976, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is one of the United Nations Agencies working in Jordan and is the main convener of sustainable human development. UNDP partners with people at all levels of society (government, NGOs, private sector and communities) to help build nations that can withstand crisis, and drive and sustain the kind of growth that improves the quality of life for everyone. In more than 170 countries and territories, UNDP offers global perspective and local insight to empower lives and build resilient nations. As partner countries develop local capacity, they draw on the people of UNDP and our range of partners.
UNDP is guided by its strategic plan and moving away from implementing stand-alone projects to a programme-based approach. By using the programme approach, UNDP country office: a) promote a holistic and comprehensive method for dealing with development challenges; b) participate in a more meaningful policy dialogue with the national actors; c) ensure better focus in supporting national development objectives; d) enhance its support for aid coordination by working with other development partners within the national planning documents; e) in the context of the new programming arrangements, achieve greater impact in the focus areas than would be possible under the project-by-project approach; and f) empowered to strengthen programme design, as well as implementation, monitoring and evaluation arrangements for successful implementation of its new Country Programme Document (CPD), its support to national priorities, and the 2030 development agenda.
UNDP Jordan develops these Terms of Reference (TORs) to solicit cash delivery services through E-Wallets to beneficiaries. The (cash transfers) stipends and business grants will contribute to supporting the financial inclusion of the targeted beneficiaries, while also helping them establish and scale up their startups and microbusinesses.
The volume of the cash distribution (transfers) is expected to be disbursed over a period from April 2023 until the end of December 2025. However, UNDP does not guarantee the volume of cash that will be channeled through the service provider, taking into account that the transfers may change and differ based on programmatic needs, availability of funds, and / or other factors.
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