Crisis Prevention and Recovery

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UNDP Annual Report 2008

In early 2007, the world economy was still in its third year of exceptionally rapid growth, progress which has had a positive impact on poverty reduction in general.  By mid-2007, however, it was clear that developing countries would have to respond to a great deal of uncertainty in the globalmore

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UNDP in Action 2010

This report takes stock of achievements made in 2009/2010 and provides momentum for meeting future demands.  In 2009, in many of the countries where it operates, UNDP continued to experience a high demand for development support in its areas of specialization particularly covering povertymore

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UNDP in Action 2011

This report takes stock of achievements made in 2010/2011 and provides momentum for meeting future demands. On the ground in 177 countries and territories worldwide, UNDP continues to assist governments in empowering their citizens through projects and programmes that make a difference in people'smore

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UNDP’s work in Conflict Prevention

Through its Bureau for Crisis Prevention and Recovery, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) supports national and local institutions and  leadership in their efforts to prevent violence, manage conflicts constructively, and engage peacefully in political transitions and rapid changemore

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Urban Risk Management

Recognizing the immense disaster risks faced byurban centers, UNDP has implemented several urban risk management projects with a clear focus on local action. Risk in urban areas is a combination of two factors: first, location and exposure to hazards; and second, increased vulnerability due to poormore

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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