Joint AfDB-AU-ECA-UNDP baseline report urges sustained commitment to reducing poverty and calls for upgrading the continent’s statistical capabilities to ensure and track future progress.
Deprivation and marginalization, underpinned by weak governance, are primary drivers according to a comprehensive new study by UNDP – the first of its kind.
UNDP is leveraging its own long-established presence, partnerships and expertise to contribute to preventing the threat of violent extremist expansion across Africa. In 2015, we developed a bold Africa-wide initiative, Preventing and Responding to Violent Extremism in Africa: A Development Approach, which works with national governments and stakeholders, regional institutions, faithbased institutions, civil society and many others to augment PVE interventions while also striving to contribute new understanding and knowledge. Through this programme, we are supporting national and regional partners to develop new strategic
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UNDP in South Africa is a key partner to the country’s vision of greater prosperity and improved lives. The overarching goal of the strategic partnership between the Government of South Africa and UNDP is to advance South-Africa’s strategic priorities to work for a better South Africa, a better Africa and a better World.
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Maendeleo Policy Forum
Maendeleo Policy Forum
A space for African leaders, international mediators and negotiators, researchers, policy makers, development practitioners and writers on African issues, to dialogue and debate on critical issues of development in Africa.