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UNDP and the Government of Timor‐Leste are collaborating on innovative ways of mobilising the private sector to contribute to accelerating the achievement of the MDGs.
Increasing access to financial services for the poor and low-income population, both male and female.
The JSP is working to strengthen the institutional capacity of the justice system of Timor-Leste to uphold the rule of law and improve access to justice.
UNDP is managing two projects in the National Parliament, which are strengthening democratic Parliamentary processes and the institutional capacity of the Parliament.
The LGSP is contributing towards poverty reduction in Timor-Leste by supporting the establishment of a decentralized, accountable and effective local government.
Developing the capacity of the Human Rights and Justice Provedoria to fulfill its human rights mandate.
Supporting the consolidation of parliamentary processes by continuing to provide technical expertise and advice.
Support the PNTL leadership to generate a more robust impact from the top-down, which is in keeping with the objectives of the Government of Timor-Leste and UN peacekeeping mission’s Joint Transition Plan (JTP).
Crisis Prevention and Recovery
Strengthening the government’s capacity for peace-building and social cohesion both at the national and community level.
Building the capacity of vulnerable communities and the Government of Timor-Leste to manage and reduce the risk of disasters and climate change at national and district levels.
Environment and Energy
Mitigating green house gases (GHG) by removing the barriers to the sustainable production and use of biomass resources, and applying biomass energy technologies to support local economic, environmental and social development.
Addressing local climate impacts, through strengthened local administrative capacity, accountability, and public participation to ensure that climate risks are properly weighted in local decision-making.
Assisting Timor-Leste to fulfil its commitments and obligations under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
Providing financial and managerial support to NGOs and community-based organisations addressing global environmental concerns through small-scale activities at the local level.
Strengthening Community Resilience to Climate Induced Natural Disasters in the Dili to Ainaro Road Development Corridor
Reducing the risks from natural disasters and climate change and helping minimize the losses that result to both infrastructure assets and livelihoods.
Orienting the Council of Ministers and key Ministries on what each Ministry can do to help attain the relevant MDG targets; and providing a formal mechanism to enable the Council of Ministers to revise current MDG targets.
Enhancing the institutional capacity of the Anti-Corruption Commission in civic engagement, outreach, partnership building and research.
A conditional cash transfer scheme focusing on education and health services is helping to improve the lives of women and girls.
The project aims to protect poor households in the districts of Ermera and Oecusse, by mobilising communities to tackle poverty, hunger, poor health, illiteracy and social exclusion.