Beware of Scams Implying Association with UNON
Various fraudulent schemes implying association with the United Nations Office at Nairobi (UNON) including fake offers of employment at UNON have been detected. These use e-mails and fake web-sites, faxes and telephone numbers. Some of them include the names of UNON staff. Some request detailed information and/or money, in connection with supposed registration fees, hotel/travel reservations, or employment opportunities. They sometimes carry fake e-mail addresses that resemble those of UNON or the United Nations.
These are scams. Recipients are warned not to send any money or bank account details or any personal or professional information in response to them. With regard to employment opportunities, it should be noted that the United Nations does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process.
UNON would like to advise that all our vacancies are posted on
or the websites of our clients:
Any copies of Job Openings or Vacancy Announcements coming to you by e-mail should be verified from these websites.
Unsolicited applications will not be considered by UNON
UNON’s name and identity is being used fraudulently in these instances. In as much as we sympathise with anyone who has lost money in this way, UNON cannot accept any responsibility.
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