As the United Nations lead agency on international development, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) works in 170 countries and territories to eradication and reduce inequalities. In Ghana, working across the 16 regions, UNDP works within the framework of the Government-UN Sustainable Development Partnership (UNSDP), which responds to Ghana’s development priorities and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for People, Prosperity, Planet, Peace and Partnerships by 2030. UNDP contributes to the achievement of Ghana’s Coordinated Programme of Economic and Social Development Policies (2017-2024) and the Ghana Beyond Aid Charter towards Ghana@100 (2057). UNDP in Ghana focuses its development interventions on three main programme areas. These are Governance and Peace Building, Environment and Climate Action, and Inclusive Development.
Governance and Peace Building
UNDP works with national partners to strengthen the trust of public institutions, empower citizens, and promote social cohesion and peace in Ghana.
Environment and Climate Action
UNDP promotes nature-based solutions and climate action to expand human development while protecting the planet.
UNDP works with national partners on evidence-based policies, planning and implementation to promote economic inclusion, support the resilience of small businesses, SDGs financing and investment towards inclusive development.
Who We Are
An agile UNDP that is working and co-creating with partners and communities to accelerate sustainable development. We are a development partner of choice.
Our partners are Government, Development Partners, Private Sector, Media, Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Communities including Youth and Women.
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