ESTABLISHMENT OF A FRAME AGREEMENT FOR THE PROVISION OF PERSONNEL RECRUITMENT AND MANAGEMENT SERVICES TO UNHCR IN ROMANIA
Since the start of the military conflict in Ukraine on 24 February 2022, Romania has seen a massive influx of refugees coming both directly and through neighbouring countries. The main entry points to Romania are via two operational border points (Siret and Sighet) along the northern border of Romania with Ukraine, as well as through a checkpoint on Romania’s south-eastern border segment close to the Black Sea (Isaccea), where access to territory is only possible by ferry. In addition, refugees have increasingly been arriving from the Republic of Moldova via both road and railroad transportation; over five border points have been in use along the Moldovan border. The UNHCR`s Response Strategy in Romania is meant to, first and foremost, support the Government of Romania in its response to the situation in Ukraine, aiming in complementing and strengthening the already existing capacity of the host government and local actors, as well as support and sustain their efforts on a medium-to-longer term. In these regards, UNHCR launches Request for Proposal to establish frame agreement for the provision of recruitment and payroll services for Interpreters
The tender contains sustainability considerations addressing gender equality and women's empowerment.
Gender mainstreaming, targeted employment of women, promotion of women-owned businesses.
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Organizational policy on disability inclusion, recruiting people with disabilities, accessible premises, disability-inclusive supply chains, and manufacturing accessible products.
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