• Arab Human Development Report 2009Arab Human Development Report 2009May 26, 2009
    Arab Human Development Reports (AHDRs) engage institutions and citizens in the Arab countries in global concerns so as to build understanding and consensus around regional and national development priorities.

  • UNDP in Action 2011UNDP in Action 2011Jun 13, 2011
    This report takes stock of achievements made in 2010/2011 and provides momentum for meeting future demands. Going forward, UNDP will continue to work through its global networks to link ideas and best practice with nations and communities which are seeking solutions to their development challenges.

  • UNDP in Action 2010UNDP in Action 2010May 10, 2010
    This report takes stock of achievements made in 2009/2010 and provides momentum for meeting future demands.

  • UNDP Annual Report  2009UNDP Annual Report 2009May 10, 2009
    The report outlines steps taken in 2008 to assist countries in developing their capacities to respond to citizens’ needs and reports on concrete actions undertaken by UNDP to deliver on commitments made.

  • UNDP Annual Report 2008UNDP Annual Report 2008May 10, 2008
    The 2008 Annual Report details UNDP’s engagements in supporting countries to develop the capacity of their people and institutions to improve lives and accelerate human development.

OUR WORK - Millennium Development Goals

According to the Third Arab Human Development Report (AMDGR) for 2010, the Arab region continues to be characterized by sharp disparities between the different sub-regions While the high income countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council  are on-track to achieving most of the MDG targets, the poorer countries, most of which suffer from conflict, together with Iraq and the Occupied Palestinian Territory, lag significantly behind, making it unlikely that they will be able to meet the majority of the targets by 2015.

Within this context, the Millennium Development Goals can only be achieved by 2015 through following suitable economic and social policies.

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