One of the main reasons that UNDP is a trusted development partner all over the world is because it operates according to the principles and values of the United Nations. That means respecting each country’s control over its own future, while bringing countries together to work on shared goals and challenges. The UNDP Executive Board is made up of representatives from 36 countries around the world who serve on a rotating basis. Through its Bureau, consisting of representatives from five regional groups, the Board oversees and supports the activities of UNDP, ensuring that the organization remains responsive to the evolving needs of programme countries
First regular session 2022 (31 January - 4 February)
- Draft UNDP country programme documents for review
- Tentative workplan for the first regular session 2022 (as of 28 September)
- List of upcoming informal consultations and briefings (as of 18 November)
- Decisions adopted by the Executive Board in 2021
The Executive Board Secretariat
The Executive Board secretariat services all aspects of the work of the Executive Board, including provision of timely information and other support services to Board members, making arrangements for the three formal sessions of the Board, planning and organizing all informal consultations and briefings, facilitating the meetings of the Bureau of the Board, coordinating field visits by Executive Board members, and ensuring effective relationships between the Executive Board and the relevant management teams of UNDP, UNFPA and UNOPS. The Secretariat of the Board provides editorial services for all documentation related to Executive Board meetings and maintains the Executive Board website.
UNDP Strategic Plan 2022 - 2025
The Strategic Plan 2022-2025 describes how UNDP intends to work together with our partners to deliver what’s required of us in these extraordinary times. This bold, ambitious Plan is structured around “3x6x3” – 3 directions of change, 6 signature solutions and 3 enablers – a clear framework for where we need to head. Over the next four years, we will work with countries to expand people’s choices for a fairer, sustainable future. Helping to get us back on track to deliver on the SDGs.