Joint statement UN in Colombia and Ecuador
Apr 13, 2018
the United Nations in Colombia and Ecuador reaffirm their solidarity with the people of both countries and reiterate their full commitment and continued support in promoting actions and initiatives in sustainable peace and development to create a more safe and secure environment in the area.
UNDP Administrator Achim Steiner to attend G20 Finance Ministers Meeting, March 19-20 in Buenos Aires
Mar 19, 2018
As G20 and International Organizations key representatives will discuss the international financial architecture and how the system can address the world´s effort to achieve the 2030 Agenda and the 17 SDGs.
UN system in Brazil dismayed by murder of Afro-Brazilian politician and human rights activist Marielle Franco
Mar 15, 2018
The UN System in Brazil stresses its expectation for “rigor in the investigation of the case and swift elucidation of the facts by the authorities, awaiting the responsibility of the perpetrator of the crime."
Eight years after the earthquake, Haitians need support to boost resilience for sustainable development
Jan 12, 2018
Haiti’s path to recovery has been particularly difficult, also considering the country’s challenges as a Small Island Developing State: extremely vulnerable to debt, unemployment, climate change and sea level rise.
Dominicans start paving their way to a more resilient future
Dec 12, 2017
For the past three weeks they have been clearing debris around health facilities, roads, schools and also in rivers, which will enable the reconstruction process.
EU offers € 2 million to boost disaster preparedness in the Caribbean
Dec 9, 2017
These projects, which take place in Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and Cuba, seek to strengthen disaster preparedness and risk reduction.
A new plan for a new era: UN development agency charts course for development in 21st century
Nov 28, 2017
The plan identifies six “signature solutions” against which UNDP will now align its resource and expertise, to make a real impact on poverty, governance, energy access, gender equality, resilience and environmental sustainability.
Dominicans assess building damages after hurricane with private sector and civil society partnerships
Oct 27, 2017
This comprehensive building damage assessmentis part of the Government of Dominica’s recovery strategy after category 5 Hurricane Maria decimated the Caribbean island nation.
Government of China supports Caribbean countries to build back better after hurricanes
Oct 20, 2017
Efforts will focus on Barbuda (part of the twin island nation of Antigua and Barbuda) and Dominica, two of the hardest hit Caribbean islands, and will be used to restore roofing of priority buildings, including government facilities.
Post hurricane needs assessment kicks off in Dominica
Oct 18, 2017
Over 90 percent of roofs were damaged or destroyed and 57.000 people, (around 80 percent of the total population) have been directly affected, according to the preliminary assessments.