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Partner visibility and the curious case of an international school in DR Congo

Recently, pressures for "donor visibility" have begun to mount due in part to the rise of the internet and the globalization of information.  


Hydro power boosts development in the DR Congo

Rural electrification helps tackle instability and provides livelihoods  



How to stop deadly outbreaks of diseases like Ebola

Building resilient health systems is just as important as developing new technologies to address the health challenges faced by the world’s most vulnerable populations.  


Climate adaptation: setting the stage for transformation

Incorporating the reality of climate change into nations' budgets.  


Financing the Nexus - Gaps and opportunities from a field perspective

This study maps and analyses existing humanitarian and development funding flows and mechanisms in Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ukraine and Uganda, and…  


Helping the global south to help itself

More than 1,000 representatives of government, the private sector, and civil society are meeting in Argentina for the Second High-level United Nations Conference on South-South Cooperation.  


Realizing the African dream

UNDP supports 216 active climate change adaptation projects in 45 countries in Africa. Our story takes a look at 15 years of results.  


Celebrating refugees - strengthening partnership for results

A record number of people are displaced by violent conflict and disasters around the world. Twenty-two and a half million are refugees.  


Nations must lead and own justice for crimes, atrocities, UNDP chief says

Justice will be delivered globally only when individual governments themselves shoulder responsibility for dealing with crimes and atrocities, UN Development Programme Administrator Helen Clark said…