UNFPA Maldives

UNFPA in the Maldives

UNFPA in the Maldives UNFPA's role in the Maldives expanded dramatically in the early 1980s with the launching of national programmes on family planning and population. During this period, priority was given to develop national capacity in the area of expertise and institutional structure. To assist this process, a series of projects was implemented throughout the 1980s while expanding the involvement of relevant agencies and professions. In the first decades of UNFPA's engagement in the Maldives, the projects were formulated by the UNFPA Field Office in Sri Lanka and implemented under the supervision of UNDP Country Office in Male'. A separate field office for UNFPA Maldives was established in 1994 and the first UNFPA Country Programme introduced in the same year. Since 1994, four Country Programmes have been implemented in the Maldives. read more

Current Vacancies

10/30/2014 Temporary Assignment- National Programme Officer Reproductive Health PDF
10/23/2014 Request for quotation: to analyse youth issues from a local context based on State of the World Population Report 2014 PDF
09/25/2014 UNFPA Subject Release Form PDF
08/27/2014 Consultancy for IT support for web-based learning on GBV for Health Service Providers PDF
07/22/2014 Programme Associate PDF
07/22/2014 Contractor to identify gaps and discrepancies in national documents vis-à-vis ICPD commitments PDF
07/17/2014 Local Consultancy to evaluate access to high quality sexual and reproductive health services and information as a component of the Maldives 2011-2015 UNDAF PDF
07/17/2014 National Project Professional with National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) to support local LECReD planning PDF
07/17/2014 Local contractor to conduct a local level Data Assessment and Management Plan PDF