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A quarter-century of impressive human development gains in Latin America and the Caribbean masks slow and uneven progress for certain disadvantaged groups.
Latin America and the Caribbean are home to 10 of the world’s 15 most unequal countries.
Disaster risk reduction is an intrinsic part of sustainable development.
For the region, it is crucial to invest in people, environment, sustainable and affordable energy, institutional efficiency, stability and security as these are key factors to boost economic growth.
With support from UNDP, more than 700 women completed training in planning, enterprise management, use of information and communication technologies, and productive and community linkages.
The time is now to resolve to clear away the barriers to gender equality in the world of work and all other spheres.
Cuba is a small island developing state (SIDS) and the protection of its coastal and marine ecosystems is a strategic issue,
Communities engaged in participatory ecological restoration on 56 hectares strategic for water conservation.
The region has witnessed historical moments and praised the strength, unity and resilience of its countries. From peace processes to disaster recovery and much more, UNDP has delivered support to millions of people and contributed in making significant progress towards sustainable development.
Three months after the disaster, people in the most affected areas still need immediate help to meet their basic needs.
The S3award 2016 has been an opportunity for all country offices to give greater visibility to their work in SSC and expand the possibilities of establishing new regional and interregional exchanges.