Poverty Reduction

  • Trade Negotiations on Environmental Goods and Services in the LDC Context

    The Least Developed countries face several challenges, especially in the context of environmental goods and services’ trade talks: how to gain market access without degrading the environment and how to protect the environment without adversely affecting economic growth, while still advancing in the trade liberalization process. This paper gives recommendations to ensure participation of Least Developed countries in EGS trade and to address market access barriers.

  • Triple Wins for Sustainable Development

    The publication highlights national examples of progress toward sustainable development, from developing countries like Nepal and Niger, as well as emerging economies like South Africa and Croatia. These examples show how social, environmental, and economic progress can be integrated to make a more sustainable future.

  • UNDP India - Mid Term Review of the Country Programme Action Plan 2008-2012

    This report assesses progress across programmes and projects to ensure UNDP India remains well aligned to changes in the social, economic and political environment to help address the country’s development challenges.

  • UNDP in Action 2009/2010: Delivering on Commitments

    From supporting the empowerment of women, developing sustainable livelihoods and conducting elections, to the disarmament, demobilization and reintegration of former combatants and helping countries adapt to the effects of climate change, UNDP in Action showcases some of the many development results that UNDP has helped achieve across the world.

  • UNDP in India: Results from 2010

    The UNDP India Annual Report for 2010 highlights results of UNDP’s partnership with the Government of India and other stakeholders across our five programme areas-poverty reduction, democratic governance, energy and environment, crisis prevention and recovery, and HIV and development.

OUR WORK - POVERTY REDUCTION AND LIVELIHOODS PROMOTION

UNDP fosters partnerships to enable deprived households to improve skills. This helps people to diversify non-farm activities and increase access to credit, financial services and markets. We also support initiatives that help the poor develop livelihood plans in agriculture, forestry, fisheries, land resource development, rural tourism and handicrafts. Efforts also aim at addressing the challenge of financial inclusion through a range of financial products and services that reduce the vulnerability of the poor. 

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