A journey of renewed hope
By Claudio Providas, UNDP Iran Resident Representative
In Iran, there exist several communities living near wetlands, and rural women, often recognized as development enablers, play a crucial role in supporting their families and communities, while also generating income.
Disaster Risk Reduction is an integral part of sustainable development. As part of its global efforts, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), supports disaster-prone countries by connecting them to knowledge, technical advisory services and developing practical tools.
Lamiz Coffee and UNDP Iran unite to raise awareness about responsible consumption, sustainable practices including waste recycling and plastic pollution.
UNDP is the United Nations’ lead agency on sustainable human development. UNDP is uniquely positioned for connecting countries to knowledge, best-practices, and resources to achieve greener and sustainable development objectives.
Meet six remarkable women, each with a unique story to tell.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Iran collaborates with national and international partners to empower vulnerable groups, like women-headed households and youth, ensuring access to know-how and support services.
Ms. Kanni Wignaraja, the Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations (UN) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Director of the Regional Bureau for Asia and the Pacific (RBAP) visited the I.R. of Iran last week.
Today's development challenges are complex, and each context is different. At UNDP in Iran, we tailor our work to fit the country's needs and the communities we serve.
Safeguarding Iran’s wetlands through culture-based solutions Ab-bandaans, a type of wetland, are one of the most important ecosystems in Iran. These wetlandsserve as vital environments for the protection of biodiversity, indigenous culture, and related environmental and economic functions.
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