UNDP Africa, New York
RC Madagascar at annual meeting of UNDP AfricaJun 25, 2015
Africa’s infrastructure drive must take into account health and gender to be sustainable Jun 11, 2015As African countries undertake significant infrastructure development to transform their economies, it is critical that they take into account the impact of these capital projects on the health of workers and nearby communities, and on women and girls in particular, to ensure inclusive and sustainable growth.
Regional cooperation, working with demand countries key to ending wildlife crime, say African nationsApr 30, 2015Better coordinated intelligence and law enforcement, involving communities in Africa and working with transit and destination markets outside of the continent must be at the heart of all efforts to tackle the alarming illegal trade in wild flora and fauna, African States said here today at the closing of the International Conference on Illegal Trade in Wild Fauna and Flora in Africa.
Political will and sustained financing needed to ensure Africa’s poor are not left behindApr 9, 2015The strong political will of Africa’s leaders is needed to ensure increased and sustained financing for social protection initiatives, if the continent is to lift millions of people out of poverty and onto the path to prosperity.
Africa, Brazil join forces to ensure the poor are not left behindApr 7, 2015The International Seminar on Social Protection in Africa, brings together 14 African countries and Brazilian institutions to share experiences, and discuss ways to move the social protection agenda forward in Africa and how to fund it sustainably.
Japan supplementary funds target peace, stability, crisis response in AfricaMar 17, 2015The Government of Japan has contributed USD 26.5 million towards the work of UNDP in Africa, focusing on preventing and responding to crises.
Moving to zero cases must still be top priority in Ebola-affected countries - UN Development ChiefFeb 18, 2015Freetown - Sierra Leone - At the end of a seven-day visit to Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, the three epicenter countries of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, UNDP Administrator Helen Clark said that moving to zero cases of the disease must remain the top priority response to the outbreak.
UNDP Africa, Addis Ababa