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Closed Projects

For over five decades, UNDP has been privileged to have supported India's national priorities, working with national governments, state ministries and departments, and countless civil society groups in improving people's lives. 

A list of closed projects from 2007 is below.  

  • Access to Clean Energy (2009-2012)

    The project, in partnership with the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India, aims to enhance access to clean and renewable energy for livelihoods in remote un-electrified villages in the selected seven United Nations Development Assistance Framework states of India.

  • Access to Energy-Enhancing Effectiveness in Electricity Distribution and End-uses (2009-2012)

    In partnership with the Ministry of Power, Government of India, the project aims to demonstrate mechanisms for the effective management of electricity at the district and community levels and to support activities to enhance electricity service delivery in the states of Orissa and Chhattisgarh.

  • Achieving Reduction in GHG Emissions through Advanced Energy Efficiency Technology in Electric Motors (2008-2012)

    The ability to effectively address acute electricity shortages in India will depend critically on the increased efficiency of electrical appliances. Supported by the Bureau of Energy Efficiency, funded by Global Environment Facility, this project aims to demonstrate greater energy efficiency in one key energy intensive sector – electrical motors.

  • Biodiversity Conservation Through Community-Based Natural Resource Management (2008-2012)

    The project supports efforts to make national and state-level policies more responsive to the strong linkages between rural livelihoods and biodiversity conservation in Arunachal Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Odisha.

  • Biomass Energy for Rural India (2002-2012)

    In partnership with the Department of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, Government of Karnataka, funded by Global Environment Facility, the project aims to build capacity of rural communities and other stakeholders to overcome barriers in promoting the use of renewable and bio-energy technologies.

  • Capacity Building for Addressing Climate Change (2010-2012)

    To ensure that national climate change policies are modified or adapted to meet the needs of the states, in partnership with the Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India, this project aims to strengthen capacities of state governments and other stakeholders both nationally, and across the states to address climate change challenges.

  • Capacity Development Initiative: GEF Cell and SGP India (2007-2012)

    In partnership with the Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India, the purpose of the project is to enable India to effectively access, utilize and monitor resources secured from the Global Environment Facility through strengthening institutional capacity of the special unit set up within the Ministry.

  • Capacity Development for Local Governance (2008-2012)

    In partnership with the Ministry of Panchayati Raj, Government of India, the project aims to strengthen the capacities of elected representatives and officials, institutions and processes at various levels to improve service delivery through training, networking and knowledge sharing.

  • Climate Change Adaptation (2011-2014)

    The project, in partnership with the Australian Agency for International Development, aims to address a crucial dimension of vulnerabilities by supporting specific activities to enhance climate change induced risk management capacities (adaptation, disaster mitigation and risk reduction) in districts across flood-prone areas of Odisha and drought-prone areas of Madhya Pradesh.

  • Conservation and Sustainable use of Gulf of Mannar Biosphere Reserve's Coastal Biodiversity (2002-2013)

    The Gulf of Mannar Biosphere Reserve, home to one of the world’s richest concentrations of marine species is under threat as a result of habitat destruction, over-harvesting of marine resources and civic pollution. In response to the threat, this project, in partnership with the Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India, funded by Global Environment Facility, demonstrates the possibilities of sustainable community-led conservation of coastal areas, and integration of conservation activities in coastal zone management plans.

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