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UNDP in Georgia

About us

UN House, Tbilisi Georgia

UNDP in Georgia

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is the leading development organization in Georgia. Since 1993, we have been part of the country’s success in many fields, including its democratic reforms, inclusive growth, conflict transformation, green solutions and the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Our UN identity ensures neutrality and respect for the country’s control over the future. Our commitment to development makes us the advocates of change. Transparency and accountability of our operation makes us the trusted partner for national and international development stakeholders. And our wide, international presence keeps UNDP close to development issues, resources and thinking.

What we do

We seek to promote the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals and forge partnerships with the national institutions, civil society and private sector to assist Georgia in four major areas:

We advocate for and support gender equality in all our activities.

3,728.6 million

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Human Development Index (2020)


Absolute poverty rate (2019)


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Rural population (2018)


Unemployment (2020, 4th quarter)


Female seats in parliament (2020)


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