Consultant to (i) review and update the training curriculum for the police service to manage intimate partner violence, (ii) develop tools and adapt training for the police and (iii) coordinate at least four (4) training sessions for the police
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Remote Work
Grade: International Consultant, Unspecified
Occupations: Diversity and Gender, Educations, Peace and Security
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