All Poverty Reduction Publications

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UNDP Frequently Asked Questions on Capacity Development June 2009

The questions in this document have been raised by UNDP colleagues and partners during the many capacity development initiatives around the world in which UNDP has been involved. The answers are based on UNDP’s experience and research and reflect the UNDP approach to supporting capacitymore

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UNDP Global Programme 2014-2017

The Global Programme supports countries to achieve the eradication of poverty and significant reduction of inequalities and exclusion.  The Global Programme is the architecture that allows UNDP to provide coherent global policy advice and programme support services, based on country andmore

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UNDP Key Messages for Accra and Doha

UNDP’s messages to Aid Effectiveness and the Financing for Development forums. more

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UNDP Lessons Learned on Capacity Assessment June 2009

This document highlights lessons learned in conducting capacity assessment at every step.more

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UNDP Procurement Capacity Assessment User's Guide

This document provides UNDP and other development practitioners with an overview of UNDP’s approach to Procurement Capacity Assessment. The user’s guide includes a step-by-step guide to conducting a procurement capacity assessment using the Procurement Capacity Assessment Tool which is in line withmore

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UNDP Programming Policies

A one-pager articulating the services and products offered by the Programming Policies Team of the Capacity Development Group.more

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UNDP Roundtable on Remittances

This is the summary outcome document of the Roundtable on Remittances that was organised by the Bureau of Development Policy in collaboration with the Special Unit for South South Cooperation and the Rockefeller Foundation on October 10, 2005. The document has framed the outcome discussion in termsmore

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UNDP Statement at the Cancun WTO Ministerial Conference, September 2003

A global trade regime as envisaged in Doha could make a real difference for the poor, especially in the least-developed countries. Trade reforms that are driven by human development concerns will boost MDG progress in countless villages and slums around the world. more

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UNDP Statement at the Hong Kong WTO Ministerial Conference, December 2005

A global trade regime as envisaged in Doha could make a real difference for the poor, especially in the least-developed countries. Trade reforms that are driven by human development concerns will boost MDG progress in countless villages and slums around the world. more

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UNDP and Civil Society Organizations: A Policy of Engagement

UNDP and Civil Society Organization: A Policy of Engagement (2001) provides set of principles to guide UNDP engagement with CSOs, and highlights policy and programmatic implications. more