- UNDP around the world
Many of UNDP's relationships with countries and territories on the ground exceed 60 years. Find details on our successes and ongoing work. Visit UNDP's global website.
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Burkina Faso
- Cape Verde
- Central African Republic
- Congo (Dem. Republic of)
- Congo (Republic of)
- Costa Rica
- Côte d'Ivoire
- Democratic People's Republic of Korea
- Denmark (Rep. Office)
- E.U. (Rep. Office)
- El Salvador
- Equatorial Guinea
- Finland (Rep. Office)
- Iraq (Republic of)
- Lao PDR
- Norway (Rep. Office)
- Papua New Guinea
- Programme of Assistance to the Palestinian People
- Russian Federation
- São Tomé and Principe
- Saudi Arabia
- Sierra Leone
- South Africa
- South Sudan
- Sri Lanka
- Sweden (Rep. Office)
- The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
- Trinidad and Tobago
- About Us
- Research & Publications
- News Center
Showing 1 - 20 of 35
31 Mar 2014
Thailand’s entry into the ASEAN group of countries in 2015 may present increased economic potential, but may equally exacerbate challenges relating to the country’s inequalities, particularly in health and education, says the 2014 edition of the country’s human development report.
27 Mar 2014
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Administrator Helen Clark today wrapped up a two-day visit to the Philippines focused on post-typhoon recovery and support for the peace process in Mindanao.
24 Mar 2014
The N-Peace Awards shine a light on the tireless and often unrecognized efforts of both women and men who work with communities across Asia to achieve lasting peace.
21 Mar 2014
An invasive vine in Samoa is now being harnessed as a new source of renewable energy.
17 Mar 2014
A joint China-India climate change study explores how the two populous countries can confront climate change and increase reliance on low carbon technologies.
28 Jan 2014
Manila—The race is on to salvage valuable wood from millions of typhoon felled coconut trees in the central Philippines. Experts believe that salvaged coco lumber could be used for urgently needed temporary shelters, as the Yolanda (Haiyan) super storm left four million people displaced, just over two months ago in the Visayas region.
22 Jan 2014
Islamabad—Pakistan has shown consistent progress on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and is ramping up efforts to achieve targets set for Universal Primary Education and Net Primary Enrolment Ratio, says a report by the Ministry of Planning, Development and Reform (MPDR) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
17 Jan 2014
Digital technologies and social media can help governments become more responsive and deliver public services better and faster, said Haoliang Xu, UNDP Regional Director for Asia and the Pacific.
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.
14 Jan 2014
Companies in the highly polluting steel-rerolling sector in India are introducing measures to improve energy efficiency as a result of a partnership between UNDP and the Ministry of Steel.
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.
23 Dec 2013
A new development agenda is taking shape as the Millennium Development Goals reach their target year 2015. Focus now turns to how the new global goals will be carried out.
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…
19 Dec 2013
Call for Abstracts: Investing in Innovations and Action - A Regional Dialogue on LGBT Rights and Health in the Asia-Pacific
Are you: A citizen of an Asian or Pacific country who is lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) or other sexual or gender minority? Have you faced discrimination, stigma, harassment, or bullying because of your sexual orientation, gender identity and/or gender expression (SOGIE)?
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.
20 Nov 2013
HIV now affects men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender people in much greater proportions than the general population. Projections of the HIV epidemic in Asia indicate that close to 50 percent of all new HIV infections occurring annually will be identified among MSM by 2020. In many Asian cities MSM already make up the majority of new HIV infections. Experts now recognize that in order to stop the spread of HIV among MSM and transgender people, limiting access to health care and prevention services and failure to fully recognize other basic individual rights must stop. Access to adequate health services and social support programmes is a fundamental human right.
11 Nov 2013
The United Nations today announced an emergency allocation of US$25 million to fund critical relief efforts in the wake of Super Typhoon Haiyan, which carved a trail of destruction across the Central Philippines on 8 November.
30 Oct 2013
Over forty Korean and international experts gathered in Seoul today to push forward a Korea-UNDP partnership to boost energy access for the poor in the Asia-Pacific region.
22 Oct 2013
UNDP honored eight Asian peace activists from conflict countries at its third annual N-Peace awards ceremony that was held in Bangkok, Thailand on 22 October. The N-Peace Awards spotlight women who demonstrate leadership in building peace, and men who work with women for gender equality.
- There are about 590,000 Syrian refugees in Jordan. Jordanians in the host communities and refugees face growing pressure, competing for the same jobs, resources and public services. On #ResilienceSunday watch this 2.5 minutes video about creating more jobs for youth from both the Jordanian-host communities and from the refugee communities. Photo: Salah Malkawi/UNDP 3 hours ago
- On #ResilienceSunday, meet Sonia, founder of Cafe Teresa. The cafe sells coffee produced 100% by women living in Huehuetenango, one of the poorest regions in Guatemala. Talk to us! Share yourr favorite local cooperatives with us & tell us how they help your community? http://on.undp.org/vTiJj Photo: PNUD Guatemala 9 hours ago
- "See more posts on"Facebook