An energy efficiency project delivers stoves and two winters’ supply of environmentally friendly briquettes to the most vulnerable people in the North and Bekaa regions of Lebanon.
Local empowerment has led to the participatory rehabilitation and conservation of 111,572 hectares of degraded areas.
In Kosovo, the Aid for Trade project provides labour-saving milking machines to women farmers and creates milk collection points and processing facilities.
Women are turning garbage into compost manure, benefiting financially and improving their environment.
Displaced by violence, individuals create and strengthen their businesses with the support of the Suppliers Development Programme, carried out by UNDP in partnership with the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism.
Young unemployed people at risk of being enrolled by armed groups and smugglers are trained to develop new skills thanks to a regional project on human security and resilience in the Sahel.
Grace Lawilu, a rice farmer in northern Uganda, has increased her income with support from a UNDP project that helps small scale farmers improve their products and access international markets.
A project in Tunisia is promoting green jobs for young graduates, helping many start their own businesses.
A UNDP -supported project aims to promote educational opportunities and facilitate the employment of young people from the most vulnerable sectors of Guatemala City .