Despite progress in preventing conflicts and disasters last year, many countries still face chronic crises and often remain mired in poverty.
The panel gathered to debate the role of anti-corruption and governance in the Post-2015 Development Agenda and launch the anti-corruption site: www.anti-corruption.org
UNDP will work closely with the Government of Ecuador to ensure an orderly liquidation of the Yasuní Trust Fund.
Five decades of armed conflict in Colombia—the longest-running war in Latin America—have produced one of the world’s largest internally displaced populations.
More than three years following the January 2010 earthquake, Haiti continues to rebuild.
Key leaders and mediators from El Salvador, the Philippines, South Africa and Uruguay shared their experiences in bringing peace and democracy to conflict-torn societies.
The agreed upon decade-long programme sets out to reverse this trend by strengthening the cooperation between participating countries.
The conference, hosted by the Government of Colombia, comes just over 1,000 days before the 31 Dec. 2015 target set by the 2000 Millennium Declaration.
The publication was unveiled at a UNDP side event called Mainstreaming Gender and Incorporating Grassroots Women’s Perspectives in Global Anti-Corruption Initiatives and Agenda.