With its unique landscape, dotted with Lemurs, baobab trees, and chameleons, few places on earth are as evocative - or as important for biological diversity - as Madagascar.
As an officer for UNDP’s “Boots on the Ground” programme, Timothy Ranja manages and provides technical support to Energy and Climate Change Projects in UNDP Kenya.
Nearly 55 percent of the population is classed as “financially excluded”, and potential borrowers are often unable to provide the guarantees required to receive credit.
With the goal of improving the lives and livelihoods of its citizens, the Government of Uganda is embarking on an ambitious plan to modernize its weather, water and climate monitoring systems.
UNDP supports host countries by creating economic opportunities, protecting human rights, delivering basic services and supporting better migration governance.
Investing in preventive treatment helps tackle widespread tropical diseases in Africa.
Three countries band together to protect one of the world's richest ecosystems, under threat from fishing, mining, pollution and other human activities.
Climate change has brought more drought and shorter rainy seasons in Mali. The government has partnered with UNDP to give women the tools they need to adapt.
UNDP is bringing together government, big business and small-scale farmers to support sustainable agricultural practices.
Survivors of sexual violence find support through the Tupinge Ubakaji programme.