Spain UNDP Trust Fund

The Spain-UNDP Trust Fund was established in April, 2007 to support UNDP’s democratic governance and poverty reduction initiatives in Latin America and the Caribbean. Today the Fund has been helping tackle some of the region’s greatest challenges like citizen security and gender inequality, also helping boost cooperation between developing countries (South-South Cooperation).

Thanks to the Trust Fund’s support from, UNDP has put into operation 117 national projects and 31 high-impact regional initiatives, operating in 20 countries throughout the region. These projects, which focus on issues such as human rights, constitutional reform, local governance and social inclusion, among others, have successfully reached marginalized populations in some of the region's poorest and most remote areas.

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