Biogas Project demonstrates an alternative way of increasing renewables in the energy mix, managing waste in an effective and efficient manner
What we do
UNDP works in 170 countries and territories to eradicate poverty while protecting the planet. We help countries develop strong policies, skills, partnerships and institutions so they can sustain their progress.
UNDP is working for a Botswana that is empowered and more resilient to create and sustain growth that will improve people’s lives.
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT REPORT 2021-22
We live in a world of worry. The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, having driven reversals in human development in almost every country, continues to spin off variants unpredictably. War in Ukraine and elsewhere has created more human suffering. Record-breaking temperatures, fires, storms and floods sound the alarm of planetary systems increasingly out of whack. Together, they are fuelling a cost-of-living crisis felt around the world, painting a picture of uncertain times and unsettled lives. Uncertainty is not new, but its dimensions are taking ominous new forms today. A new “uncertainty complex” is emerging, never before seen in human history. Constituting it are three volatile and interacting strands: the destabilizing planetary pressures and inequalities of the Anthropocene, the pursuit of sweeping societal transformations to ease those pressures and the widespread and intensifying polarization. This new uncertainty complex and each new crisis it spawns are impeding human development and unsettling lives the world over. In the wake of the pandemic, and for the first time ever, the global Human Development Index (HDI) value declined—for two years straight. Many countries experienced ongoing declines on the HDI in 2021. Even before the pandemic, feelings of insecurity were on the rise nearly everywhere. Many people feel alienated from their political systems, and in another reversal, democratic backsliding has worsened. There is peril in new uncertainties, in the insecurity, polarization and demagoguery that grip many countries. But there is promise, too—an opportunity to reimagine our futures, to renew and adapt our institutions and to craft new stories about who we are and what we value. This is the hopeful path forward, the path to follow if we wish to thrive in a world in flux.
Country programme document for Botswana (2022–2026)
This CPD outlines UNDP contributions to national results and is the primary unit of accountability to the Executive Board for alignment of results and resources. ...
UNDP Business Supplier Development Programme has entered into partnership with selected Banks in Botswana to prioritize access to funding for small and medium enterprises (SMEs)
UNDP has entered into partnership with selected Banks in Botswana, in an effort to prioritize access to funding for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) through th...
Micro, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Day 2020 “COVID-19: The Great Lockdown and its Impact on Small Business”
This year on this special United Nations (UN) Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) Day, we recognize and celebrate the important role that MSMEs play in ou...
IMF World Economic Outlook April 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic is inflicting high and rising human costs worldwide, and the necessary protection measures are severely impacting economic activity. As a re...
Speech by the Minister of Environment, Natural Resources Conservation and Tourism Honorable Ms Philda Kereng on the Occassion of the Launch of Environmental Projects
Honourable Philda Nani Kereng, Minister Of Environment, Natural Resources Conservation And Tourism Director of Ceremony let me start by thanking...
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