UNDP-EU partnership in the field

Here you will find some stories from the field to illustrate the partnership of UNDP and EU in the area of Democratic Governance.

Our Stories


Armenia: What it takes to be a woman in local governance

“When you are the sole woman representative in a community, and you need your voice to be heard and considered, you had better be knowledgeable and very prepared”, says Narine. Narine Geghamyan was elected as a local council (Avagani) member in the Kamaris community of Armenia just over two years agmore


Armenia: empowering women to lead their communities

“I got inspired during the workshops and decided to run in the elections to support my community to the best of my abilities.  Now, the more I get involved in community governance, the more I learn, the more anxious I am of the level of responsibility I have,” says Javahir Yeghiazaryan. But Javmore


Border management in Central Asia

In Central Asia, effective border control is important for security reasons. Effective border management also promotes legitimate trade and transit. The Border Management Programme in Central Asia (BOMCA) is one of the largest EU-UNDP assistance programmes in Central Asia. It is a complex, multifacemore


Textile workers in Cambodia empowered with UNDP-EU support

Kampong Cham Province – Kong Theara beamed broadly when she was handed a seaming machine as a special prize for graduating at the top of her sewing class. Giggling intermittently, she spoke of her plans to set up a tailor shop and about a new, better life that she hopes the business will bring. “I dmore

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