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18 Apr 2013
Increasingly complex and interrelated challenges posed by conflict, violence, and disasters demand scaled-up collaboration among governments and development partners, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Administrator Helen Clark said here Thursday.
16 Apr 2013
The Latin American countries with greatest numbers of conflicts are those with broad social inequalities and governments with limited capacity to manage unrest, according to a report released today in English by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
09 Apr 2013
Nay Pyi Taw – Myanmar and UNDP have signed a three-year Country Programme Action Plan that outlines the development agency’s engagement in the country for 2013 to 2015.
17 Mar 2013
UN Broadband Commission sets new gender target: getting more women connected to ICTs ‘critical’ to post-2015 development agenda
Commissioners gathered for the 7th meeting of the Broadband Commission for Digital Development, held today in Mexico City, have agreed on an ambitious new target designed to spur female access to the power of information and communication technologies (ICTs).
07 Mar 2013
UNDP Administrator Helen Clark meets with newly appointed United Nations Secretary General’s Envoy on Youth, Ahmad Alhendawi
The real challenge to meet in working with young men and women on development issues would be to ensure that all youth are reached, engaged and empowered.
05 Mar 2013
Development aid amounts to an investment in a more secure future for developed countries, which reap enormous benefits from better-fed, better-led emerging trade partners, UNDP Administrator Helen Clark said here Tuesday.
04 Mar 2013
Kenyans headed to the polls on March 4th to elect a new president and a host of local and regional representatives in an election seen as critical for the country’s nation-building effort.
20 Feb 2013
UN Development Programme (UNDP) Associate Administrator Rebeca Grynspan this week became the highest-ranking UN official to visit the Somali capital in two decades, calling this “an incredibly exciting moment” to build lasting peace.
11 Feb 2013
Long-term peace in Mali will require major investment in governance, along with humanitarian and early recovery support for the crisis-stricken West African country, Helen Clark said Monday.
08 Feb 2013
A national campaign supported by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is using footballers and other sports stars, along with a range of other methods, to reduce the risk of violence in Kenya’s upcoming elections.
07 Feb 2013
Encouraging sustainable livelihoods and food security and addressing environmental degradation are among the forthcoming priorities for UN Development Programme support for the government and people of Eritrea.
07 Feb 2013
The UN Development Programme and UN Office on Drugs and Crime have launched a contest to create the campaign theme and logo for 2013 International Anti-Corruption Day.
31 Jan 2013
More than a hundred thought leaders, UN officials and civil society representatives are meeting over the next two days in Panama City in order to build consensus and provide recommendations on how to ensure citizen security and violence reduction are reflected in the future post-2015 development agenda.
30 Jan 2013
Public support for Serbia’s crackdown on corruption increased sharply in 2012, according to the latest UNDP Corruption Benchmarking survey.
28 Jan 2013
The second, color issue of our newspaper-style publication, The Development Advocate, is out. It presents the 12 winning entries of UNDP’s second annual storytelling competition in an easy-to-read newspaper-style format.
25 Jan 2013
A dedicated trust fund has been set up by the United Nations to boost youth volunteerism and harness the energy of young people around the world to contribute to achieving development goals while enhancing their own lives.
17 Jan 2013
The expertise of around 85 officers from the Criminal Division of Sri Lanka’s Attorney General’s Department will be strengthened as part of a training initiative to build trust in the country’s justice system.
15 Jan 2013
Post-2015 Agenda: Unprecedented global discussions about development priorities start in 100 countries
National consultations capturing development priorities are underway in 66 member states, and the United Nations works with governments to expand the list of countries to 100, according to representatives of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), UN Women, and World Health Organizations (WHO).
- 09 Dec 2012
07 Dec 2012
Ghanaians will vote for a president and members of parliament on December 7 in an important test for the country’s long democratic tradition.
23 Jan 2015:How can we save the world’s forests?
21 Jan 2015:Let’s #TalkInequality
Latest Speeches and Statements
- 26 Jan 2015:Helen Clark: Statement to the First Regular Session of the UNDP Executive Board
- 23 Jan 2015:Helen Clark: Speech on ‘Reducing Tropical Deforestation Related to Key Agricultural Commodities’
- 22 Jan 2015:Helen Clark: Speech on “How can we prevent rising income inequality from weakening our societies?”