Localize Your Impact
The United Nations Development Programme is mobilizing all our assets to help the most vulnerable prepare for, respond to and recover from the pandemic. Join us in the fight by giving to one of several community impact projects around the globe to protect and support the livelihoods of people affected by COVID-19.
As the UN’s lead agency on socio-economic impact and recovery, UNDP has been helping countries prepare, respond, and recover from COVID-19. Our global network came together in unprecedented ways to deliver on focused responses on a country level, and through projects like the ones below, you can make a huge difference to prevent the impacts of economic reversals and widespread loss of income.
UNDP will be there to help countries recover long after this crisis is over. Your donation helps make this work possible so that together, we will recover and rebuild better.
Help countries prepare
for the widespread impact of economic loss
Make a difference in the global response
to the COVID-19 pandemic
Act now to contribute
to COVID-19 recovery
How your donation helps
UNDP will be there to help countries recover long after this crisis is over. Your donation helps make this crucial work possible so that together, we will recover and build forward better.
Current Community Impact Projects
Whether you are personally connected to a particular region of the world, or simply committed to sustainable development in one of the 170 countries and territories UNDP serves, impact giving is the most direct way for individuals to support the nuanced needs of global communities, cultures and peoples. Learn about the UNDP initiatives leading the way towards recovery and resiliency.
We want to create a safe co-working space with the supportive network, where women and girls are provided with all necessary resources to learn and to work. Make your contributions to support women in Kyrgyzstan to learn and excel in creative industries.
UNDP’s Temporary Shelter Cash Assistance campaign will support 350 non-refugee families, particularly women-headed households, whose homes have been destroyed and/or rendered uninhabitable, access alternative shelter.
This campaign aims to create a leisure park around a natural mangrove ecosystem, that can create a tourist area in capital city area which represents a natural biological diversity in the heart of the city.