Young Ethiopians attend a UNDP-supported entrepreneurship and business training course as part of the programme to accelerate private sector development.
A pipe water system brings running water to the homes of 600 families in Chambok commune, Cambodia.
A study from the country's Justice System Programme recommends ways to link traditional and formal justice to create better access to justice for all.
A project in Chad is helping promote women's businesses by providing micro-credit and entrepreneurship training.
Women's Development Centres provide access to business services for female entrepreneurs in Cambodia.
A project in FYR Macedonia is helping train unemployed graduates and others to develop small businesses.
In Yemen, UNDP is training women in jobs traditionally reserved for men, helping them to learn a trade, reducing unemployment and improving their standard of living.
A project in Cambodia is working to improve community capacity and enhance villagers’ ability to cope with climate hazards while earning more income.
An innovative UNDP programme is helping young people to save money and start small businesses, while meeting their immediate needs and reducing the odds of a return to violence.