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17 Jan 2014
Legendary six-time World Referee winner, Pierluigi Collina, and international football players Deco, Pavel Nedved, Roberto Carlos, Fernando Hierro, are among the personalities that have confirmed they will join Ronaldo and Zinedine Zidane at the 11th Annual Match Against Poverty taking place on 4 March at the STADE DE SUISSE National Stadium in Bern, Switzerland.
23 Dec 2013
Bhutan —The United Nations Development Programme, and a range of development partners committed to reduce poverty, strengthen the economy, and sustainably develop infrastructure, at the recent 12th Round Table Meeting in Thimphu.
20 Dec 2013
The 2013 fourth issue of the newsletter covers events and activities across the region on macroeconomics issues from a gender perspective. Download a copy to read about the Asian regional conference on Gender Responsive Budgeting (GRB), gender statistic manual and more…
03 Dec 2013
Rakiraki market vendors showed great appreciation for their newly launched business record keeping book tailored to their needs. The book allows them to keep track of their income, expenses and savings.
25 Nov 2013
This year, UNDP is joining the #GivingTuesday campaign for the first time, adding a global dimension to this powerful day of volunteerism and philanthropy.
08 Nov 2013
Helen Clark, UNDP Administrator: Statement for the 2013 Annual Cluster Meeting UNDP Regional Bureau for Asia and the Pacific
This statement focuses on the evolving development landscape in Asia and the Pacific, and how UNDP’s new strategic plan positions it to support countries to meet their development priorities and address emerging challenges.
08 Oct 2013
Following a successful first regional trade expo in the Pacific by Pacific businesses in 2012, the United Nations Development Programme’s (UNDP) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding for continued support for the 2014 expo.
07 Oct 2013
Seoul—International experts tackled how new global development goals can best end poverty and protect the planet at a Ministry of Foreign Affairs and UNDP hosted conference today.
20 Sep 2013
Bangkok–Zero poverty, better quality education and accountable government top the agenda for Asia and the Pacific as countries look to the future and their “unfinished business” with the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). While the Asia-Pacific region has made progress in pulling millions out of poverty, it remains off track in such basic areas as hunger, health and sanitation, according to a new UN report.
09 Sep 2013
The urbanization process in the Asia-Pacific region is proceeding at unprecedented speed and scale. Rapid urbanization linked to economic growth brings new opportunities and challenges for sustainable and inclusive development. The pace of urban growth has caught many governments and communities in Asia and the Pacific unprepared. The demand for land, shelter, transport, energy supplies and social and environmental services has outstripped supply. The importance of cities to inclusive development and poverty reduction provides a compelling case for a greater and more strategic UNDP involvement in urban issues in the Asia-Pacific region.
04 Sep 2013
The 2013 third issue of the newsletter covers events and activities across the region on macroeconomics issues from a gender perspective. Download a copy to read about new UNDP project ‘Promoting Women’s MSMEs in South Asia, updates on GRB in Penang and more…
22 Jul 2013
The 2013 second issue of the newsletter covers events and activities across the region on macroeconomics issues from a gender perspective. Download a copy to read about mobility of Thai nurses under ASEAN Economic Community and new resources.
24 Jun 2013
The second in a series of workshops to build the skills of youth in organic agriculture concluded in Port Vila last week. Organic agriculture is a farming system that relies on working closely with the ecosystem without reliance on chemicals to increase yields or manage weeds and pests. Organic agriculture is also one of the areas attracting young farmers worldwide. Against the backdrop of an aging farming population in the Pacific, organic agriculture has been identified as a means to get more young Pacific Islanders involved in farming.
29 Apr 2013
The United Nations launched the Zero Hunger Challenge in Asia and the Pacific here today in the presence of top national leaders, calling on governments, farmers, scientists, business, civil society and consumers to join hands to end hunger in the region where the majority of the world’s undernourished people live.
05 Apr 2013
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and its partners across Asia and the Pacific are today observing the milestone of 1,000 days to the end of 2015 – the target date for achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDG).
22 Mar 2013
Market vendors in Rakiraki have embarked on a new journey by adopting specially prepared financial record keeping tools to track their income.
19 Mar 2013
From April 2013, all schools in Fiji will start teaching financial education in the classroom, exposing 197,000 students to new skills to better manage and invest money.
19 Mar 2013
The 2013 first issue of the newsletter covers events and activities across the region on macroeconomics issues from a gender perspective. Download a copy to read about new gender economics course in Thailand, Australia cancelled time use survey, and new resource.
- Meet Daw Kim Ma Di, she lives in Paletwa Township, Myanmar a village in a mountainous region where availability of clean water is rare. Local people frequently fall sick, as water-borne diseases are common in isolated and remote areas. We've been assisting communities to identify safe water sources and supply systems that are suitable to local geographical and climatic conditions. Learn more about the work of UNDP Myanmar here: http://on.undp.org/w51xX about an hour ago
- We want to know: How can citizens work with governments to reduce violence and improve security? Some countries, like Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica, or the Dominican Republic, are attempting to come up with more comprehensive, wide-ranging solutions – solutions combining better coercive capacity of the State with real efforts geared towards the prevention of violence. Read more: http://on.undp.org/w059a Yesterday AT 09:30 AM
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