Fast Facts

  • Fast Facts: About UNDP

    The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is the UN’s global development network. We advocate for change and work to connect countries to the knowledge, experience and resources they need to help people build better lives.

  • Fast Facts: Anti-corruption and Democratic Governance

    Corruption undermines human development by diverting public resources to private gain and reducing access to public services. Achieving the Millennium Development Goals will largely depend on the quality of governance.

  • Fast Facts: Biodiversity and Ecosystems

    Ecosystems, species and genes - the building blocks of biodiversity - are being degraded at an unparalleled rate as natural resources are exploited without consideration for their broader value to the ecosystem and economic values.

  • Fast Facts: Capacity Development

    As a trusted multilateral partner, UNDP has the global scope and presence to help nations enhance their capacity to reach their development goals.

  • Fast Facts: Central African Republic

  • Fast Facts: Civic engagement and participation of youth in politics and public institutions

  • Fast Facts: Civil Society and Civic Engagement in Africa

    UNDP works with a range of civil society organizations (CSOs) at regional and local levels in Africa to help lift people out of poverty, build resilient communities and promote human rights and thereby advance the millennium Development Goals. To achieve this, UNDP faciliatates dialogue between governments and civil society to ensure civic participation in policy planning and reform and enhances partnerships with CSOs for development results.

  • Fast Facts: Civil Society and Civic Engagement in Arab States

    UNDP works with a range of civil society organizations (CSOs) at regional and local levels in the Arab States to help lift people out of poverty, build resilient communities and promote human rights and thereby advance the millennium Development Goals. To achieve this, UNDP faciliatates dialogue between governments and civil society to ensure civic participation in policy planning and reform and enhances partnerships with CSOs for development results.

  • Fast Facts: Civil Society and Civic Engagement in Asia and the Pacific

    UNDP works with a range of civil society organizations (CSOs) at regional and local levels in Asia and the Pacific to help lift people out of poverty, build resilient communities and promote human rights and thereby advance the millennium Development Goals. To achieve this, UNDP faciliatates dialogue between governments and civil society to ensure civic participation in policy planning and reform and enhances partnerships with CSOs for development results.

  • Fast Facts: Civil Society and Civic Engagement in Europe and the CIS

    UNDP works with a range of civil society organizations (CSOs) at regional and local levels in Europe and the CIS to help lift people out of poverty, build resilient communities and promote human rights and thereby advance the millennium Development Goals. To achieve this, UNDP faciliatates dialogue between governments and civil society to ensure civic participation in policy planning and reform and enhances partnerships with CSOs for development results.

UNDP's Annual Report
Delivering on Commitments

UNDP's annual report looks back at progress over the past fiscal year and looks ahead as the 2015 deadline for the Millennium Development Goals approaches.

UNDP in Action 2010/2011
Human Development Data

Human Development Index (HDI) figures are available as part of the Google Public Data Explorer tool.

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Teamworks is UNDP's knowledge sharing exchange that allows development professionals to gain and share knowledge

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