· Within this context, UNDP Bangladesh aims to conduct a study on climate migrants settled in poor urban settlements across 6 climate-vulnerable cities to a) understand their specific vulnerabilities and b) help identify their social protection needs. The Consultant is expected to collaborate closely with UNDP Bangladesh Research Facility to prepare, analyze, draft, and finalize the study.
A) Period of assignment/services: 35 working days over a period of four months.
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Please note that all required documents are found on the UNDP Quantum Platform under negotiation reference: UNDP-BGD-00136.
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