The ECLAC subregional headquarters for the Caribbean receives applications for consultancies and individual contractors, online, via the website: https://careers.un.org. This online system allows potential candidates to register and create profiles and applications for consultancy and contractor opportunities. This is the only method by which profiles are considered for consultancy and contractor opportunities with this office. In this regard, interested persons are kindly invited to create a profile and register on the ECLAC Consultant roster.
The BPSA/BPSTT virtual Proposal Hub is designed to support SMEs to identify sources of funding for projects.
We recognise SMEs and entrepreneurs’ business development projects need access to investment funds for start-ups, product improvements, facilities expansion, management and staff training, raw materials or to access new markets. While there are many international, regional and national development agencies with programmes to support SME projects funds can only be accessed through the submission of a proposal and often time within a specific time frame. A “Request for Proposals” is an opportunity not to be missed.
If you feel as though your project fits with one of the donors, please use the contact information provided by the donor to submit your information/proposal.
Requests for Proposals
Requests for Expressions of Interest:Jamaica – Improving Access to Credit For Productive Development
The Government of Jamaica (GOJ) has requested support from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) to strengthen the legislative framework to improve access to finance and to streamline the business registration and bankruptcy process in Jamaica in order to improve the business climate. The consultant will be required to undertake a desk review and in depth consultations with the all stakeholders (relevant Government entities, commercial banks and other providers of finance, key private sector associations, potential borrowers in totality (and MSMEs as a share of this).
Abstract: In order to improve the quality of service and guest experiences at three Cluster lodges, a comprehensive and integrated training programme for the Cluster staff that is based on global best practices in hospitality and guest services should be developed. The coordination, design and implementation of this program for each lodge will capture the standards of the brand and the complementarities that exist between the three lodges and will have due regard to the unique qualities of each lodge.
Project No.: RG-X1044