Brussels

News Centre

Media Enquiries

Latest from news centre


In Yemen, EU helps to restore access to healthcare

A maternity and childhood healthcare and storage facility was recently rehabilitated by UNDP’s Social Protection Project for Community Resilience Project (SPCRP), funded with USD $136,548 by the…  


European Union, UNDP intensify climate work in Eastern Partnership region

Marking the 10th anniversary of the European Union’s Eastern Partnership, the EU and the UN Development Programme (UNDP) launched EU4Climate, a regional initiative to support the development and…  


52,000 Syrians across Turkey to learn Turkish under new EU-UNDP initiative

A new initiative implemented by UNDP and funded by the European Union (EU) will deliver Turkish language courses to 52,000 adult Syrians living in 10 provinces across Turkey.  


European Union and United Nations launch the Spotlight Initiative to combat femicides in Argentina

Argentina is one of the five countries selected in Latin America, together with El Salvador, Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras, and will be the only one in South America to benefit from the EU-UN…  



United Nations calls for sustained support to Syrians and the region ahead of Brussels conference

As the crisis enters its ninth year, humanitarian needs inside Syria remain at record levels with 11.7 million people in need of some form of humanitarian aid and protection.  



New EU-funded initiative will support the recovery of four conflict-affected governorates in Iraq

Hundreds of thousands of people in Iraq will benefit from a new initiative funded by the European Union (EU) Regional Trust Fund, MADAD, which will support the recovery of the conflict-affected areas.…  


The future of multilateralism

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development has paved the way for a new type of multilateralism. From economic growth to environmental protection, the issues covered in the Sustainable Development…  


Immediate action is needed to step up climate adaptation in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

With mounting costs of adaptation, immediate action pays off, says new UNDP report. But region is best placed to intensify its adaptation work.  

UNDP Around the world