Results in Crisis Prevention and Recovery

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  • UNDP in Iraq
    Feb 1, 2016

    As part of its overall work across Iraq, UNDP has two major programmes that are helping to promote emergency livelihoods and community dialogue in areas impacted by the humanitarian crisis, and stabilize newly liberated areas through restoration of services and rebooting of local economies and livelihoods.

  • UNDP in Syria
    Feb 1, 2016

    Since the onset of the crisis, UNDP continued supporting Syrians inside Syria and promoted the active engagement of Syrians in resilience building efforts, targeting both displaced and host communities affected by the crisis in all possible ways. This is mainly to mitigate the socio-economic impacts of the crisis and support an enabling environment for decent life and return of the displaced and the most vulnerable groups to their home towns where security situation allows.

  • UNDP in Turkey
    Feb 1, 2016

    UNDP’s response to the impacts of the Syria crisis in Turkey, is through the Turkey Chapter of the Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan (3RP) contributing towards Turkey’s overall crises response in close partnership with Government and contributions of participating UN Agencies.

  • UNDP in Lebanon
    Jan 28, 2016

    UNDP has made supporting the national efforts of the Government of Lebanon to manage the refugee crisis a priority since the onset of the crisis in early 2011 which has seen a country of some 4.5 million people, receive over one million registered refugees from Syria.

  • UNDP in Jordan
    Jan 28, 2016

    UNDP has made supporting the national efforts of the Government of Jordan to manage the refugee crisis a priority since the onset of the crisis in early 2011, which has seen nearly 650,000 refugees pour into the country, mostly living outside of camps and spread across all of Jordan including in poorer Governorates and communities.

  • National recovery planning and coordination
  • Core government functions
  • Emergency livelihoods through emergency employment, enterprise recovery and cash based interventions
  • Emergency livelihoods through community infrastructure and debris/solid waste management
  • 2-page summary Ebola Early Recovery and Resilience Support Framework
    May 4, 2015

    2-page summary: While supporting ongoing efforts to reach zero cases and GO BEYOND ZERO in the future, UNDP is supporting respective government counterparts in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone to help the three most affected countries 'build back better'.

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