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Fast-Tracking the SDGs: Driving Asia-Pacific Transformations

This report explores six transformative entry points that can help the region achieve the SDGs, including in the context of efforts to respond to the pandemic. It highlights strategies deployed in…  


Youth Entrepreneurs Engaging in the Digital Economy: The Next Generation

This report offers an up-to-date regional picture of trends related to youth entrepreneurship and financial inclusion based on results from Findex and Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) survey…  


Sustainable Investment – Impact in Asia

The book examines the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a driver of significant transformation in the arena of sustainable investment and also how private capital can complement…  


Guidance Note: Leaving Poverty Behind

This guidance note introduces Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI), and how MPI can serve as a policy tool to address these. It also offers guidelines to foster the uses of multidimensional poverty…  


A Review of Multidimensional Poverty Index and Uses in Asia-Pacific

This report shares country experiences with multidimensional poverty measurement and the MPI in UNDP programme countries in Asia and the Pacific.  


What are NDCs and why are they important?

Helping countries reach their Paris Agreement commitments.  


Five plans for carbon neutrality

A look at those taking the lead in setting bold goals to curb climate change.  


Climate adaptation: setting the stage for transformation

Incorporating the reality of climate change into nations' budgets.  


Addressing the root causes of inequality

The global response has not been ambitious enough to achieve inequality targets.  


Water gives-and threatens-life in Bhutan

For Phub Zem Doya who lives in the remote village of Singye in southwest Bhutan, water is precious, and not to be taken for granted.