Working with WHO, UNDP is helping countries to prepare for, respond to and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, focusing on the most vulnerable
For over 50 years, UNDP has stood with the poorest and most vulnerable. We will endure this together and we will recover and rebuild together.
UNDP partners for the WhatsApp Coronavirus Information Hub for frontline COVID-19 essential workers who rely on WhatsApp to communicate
Access to water has made a big difference. Where water catchments and storage systems have been rehabilitated or installed, farming livelihoods, incomes and local economies have been resuscitated.
The sky is the limit for creativity, R&D and innovation. Opportunities abound right here in Jamaica. We are sitting on goldmines.
J$49.6 Million in GEF SGP grants to generate green jobs & incomes, and model a green and sustainable community
A total of J$49.6 Million in grants has been awarded to seven community groups by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)-implemented Global Environment Facility Small Grants Programme (GEF…
Hence, UNDP is honoured and delighted to participate in this momentous handing over ceremony of these two (2) retrofitted mobile buses, aptly called Justice Units, geared at expanding legal services…
UNDP believes that local organizations working on the ground and being able to directly connect with people are best poised to address sustainable development challenges of marginalized communities
$1.5 billion in financing and in-kind services pledged to support recovery in The Bahamas, in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian
Close to 300 local and international delegates will convene at the Baha Mar Convention Centre on January 13 for the widely anticipated Hurricane Dorian Pledging Conference, to mobilize recovery…