Development impact

Overview

UNDP assists partners to achieve sustainable, people-centered development through an integrated approach that links policy with planning and programming, for promoting results based management, instating quality safeguards, monitoring and evaluating impact and equally learning from failures and successes.

Our Goals

UNDP introduces systems, from the project level up, to entrench evaluation, learning and knowledge management strongly in the organization by being more open, innovative, knowledge and evidence driven. This eventually supports effective development cooperation, South-South and Triangular Cooperation and higher quality programming and action.

Mobile crowdsourcing for better delivery of public services

In Maldives, UNDP and the Fonadhoo Council are piloting MakeMyIsland!, a web/mobile platform that crowdsources reporting and mapping of citizens’ concerns and problems on the island. The feedback from the community is overwhelming and reveals that lots of problems have been reported and fixed. Photo: UNDP Maldives more

Our Stories

Shabdi D'Costa is well known in her neighbourhood for her work in helping women emerge from poverty. Photo: UNDP Bangladesh
Bangladesh: Transforming life in the slums

A poverty-reduction programme offers poor urban communities resources, knowledge and skills to increase their income, as well as spaces to mobilize and create community development committees.more 

The IT unit of in the National Police of Timor-Leste (PNTL). Photo: UNDP Timor-Leste
Young women encouraged to join national police of Timor-Leste

A capacity building project aims to improve governance by strengthening the management and administrative capacity of the National Police of Timor-Leste (PNTL) and support gender mainstreaming in all PNTL processes.more 

Our Perspectives

  • Inspired by China, Made in Bangladesh

    Bangladesh’s cities are growing at breakneck speeds. A decade ago, the country’s economy was still largely agricultural. Today, more than 60% of the national GDP originates in the cities, and by 2030, the population living in urban areas is expected to double at 80 million.more 

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