Results: Uganda

10 May 2013


Since 1977, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has been building the skills and expertise of Uganda government, civil society, academic institutions, and ordinary citizens and to develop better policies, improve development and economic planning and improve delivery of better services to reduce social and economic inequality and empower the people of Uganda.

Currently, helping the country to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) remains a top priority for UNDP’s current programme through the broad thematic areas of poverty reduction, democratic governance, energy and the environment, crisis prevention and recovery, policy advocacy, gender equality, and HIV and AIDS.

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