Crisis Prevention and Recovery

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Putting Resilience At The Heart Of Development: Investing In Prevention And Resilient Recovery

Disasters cause human suffering, environmental and economic harm, and set back progress on eliminating poverty. If disaster risk isn’t well managed, the consequences are manifold. Disaster risk reduction is, therefore, an investment worth making by all countries. Every dollar spent reducingmore

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Results: Crisis Prevention and Recovery

The United Nations Development Programme's (UNDP) work in crisis prevention and recovery helps countries to prevent armed conflict and natural disasters, as well as rebuild and recover when disaster and conflict do occur.   UNDP's work in this focus area has assisted countries in managingmore

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Rule of Law Global Programme Annual Report 2011

UNDP’s 2011 Annual Report showcases the results achieved by UNDP’s Global Programme for Strengthening the Rule of Law in Crisis-affected and Fragile Situations in 37 crisis-affected countries.   more

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Rule of Law: building peace through justice and security

More than 1.5 billion people around the world live in countries affected by violence and insecurity. Conflict and violence are major symptoms of a breakdown in the rule of law, and more broadly in state-society relations. Where the rule of law breaks down, tyranny, poverty and instability prevail,more

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The Development Advocate

The first issue of The Development Advocate showcases the 12 winning entries of UNDP’s first annual storytelling competition in an easy-to-read and cost-efficient newspaper-style format.    When we asked our colleagues around the world for submissions,more

OUR WORK - CRISIS PREVENTION AND RECOVERY

UNDP intends to promote Libya´s economic recovery by addressing a situation of inequity and limited opportunities. At the same time it focuses on containing the use of landmines and the proliferation of small arms which are posing sustained risks to recovery efforts and community safety

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