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Supporting small farmers during COVID-19

In Brazil, the “Dom Tavora” project advises small farmers whose work is essential to food security.  


Support for prisoners during a pandemic

The special challenges for prisons and juvenile justice institutions.  


How will COVID-19 affect the economies of Latin America and the Caribbean?

The disease outbreak, which originated in China, will be a test of the resilience of Latin American and Caribbean economies.  


The pequi trees of redemption

How the Kisêdjê people of Brazil went from the brink of collapse to successful entrepreneurs.  


Photographing inequality and climate change

At Photoville in New York, UNDP highlights the work of leading journalists looking at the two most pressing issues we face.  


The climate crisis is not just for governments; let's talk business

Creating a robust business case for the private sector to join the fight.  


Raquel teaches her classmates to share

Expanding early childhood care in northeastern Brazil.  


Using data to measure the SDGs in municipalities

Capturing the power of data to measure the SDGs.  


Indigenous rights: the pathway to a livable planet

On International Day of Forests we recognize the critical role that indigenous peoples play in managing these vital ecosystems.  


Opening speech at the X Ministerial Forum for Development in Latin America and the Caribbean

Partnerships for the reduction of structural inequalities under the framework of the SDGs  

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