How we reward our people



Staff members recruited and paid on a local basis are normally paid a salary according to a local salary scale. Salary scales are reviewed periodically on the basis of comprehensive surveys of the best prevailing conditions of employment in the locality.

Below are the current applicable salary scales:

Salary Scale for National Professional Officers

Salary Scale for the General Service Category

Salary Scale for the Service Contract Holders

Allowances and benefits

You may be entitled to other allowances and benefits including: dependent allowances if you have eligible children in school up to the age of 21.

Recognition and Awards

UNDP is committed to fostering a culture of recognition across the organization. A culture of recognition is one that encourages and empowers an individual to recognize or acknowledge colleagues and co-workers for their achievements, work ethic or positive behaviour as part of one’s normal work life.

A culture of recognition in UNDP is not conceived solely around a single annual office event or ceremony. Rather, it is fully reflected in the day-to-day interactions among colleagues. All members of the office workforce – managers, supervisors, team leaders and team members, colleagues and co-workers, irrespective of contractual status-are encouraged in their day-to-day work to recognize and acknowledge the positive contributions of each other.

In addition to the day-to-day recognition of staff contributions to the work of UNDP, an annual recognition and award programme aims at rewarding staff members who excelled at: Client service, ideas in action; Leadership; Winning spirit; and outstanding achievement.


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In resonance with the One United Nations reform to improve coherence and effectiveness of the United Nations System support at country level, and at the request of the Government, Rwanda was selected as one of the eight pilot countries for the One UN reform.


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