For the international community—and the United Nations system—2002 was a time of enormous challenges.
This report discusses the strong partnerships that were built in the year 2004 as well as UNDP’s efforts to mobilize resources.
In 2005, major funding changes were secured for UNDP, with total resources significantly increasing from US$2.4 billion in 2000 to $4 billion in 2004.
With the advent of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the years prior to 2006 had seen UNDP scale up its activities in a major way.
This document delves into the human development approach of the debris management projects implemented in Haiti after its 2010 earthquake.
The Report makes it clear that achieving gender equality promotes human development—not only for women, but for whole societies, and is central to achieving the Millennium Development Goals.