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UNDP Annual Report 2019
Jun 2, 2020
As one of the world’s largest multilateral development agencies, present in over 170 countries and territories, UNDP is on the frontlines of anticipating, understanding and acting on today’s opportunities and risks.
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Mar 9, 2021
This brief explores the work of the UN in Eritrea to complement the government’s efforts to promote gender equality and women empowerment. It outlines the challenges and risks related to the global COVID-19 pandemic to gender equality in Eritrea, which could inform the formulation and implementation of the UN Eritrea Socio- Economic assessment Recovery Plan (SERP). The Brief aims to present ways in which the negative impacts of COVID-19 can be responded to in a gender-sensitive and women-empowering fashion, according to the SDGs, to ‘build back better.’ Lastly, it sets out recommendations on ensuring gender equality in the recovery process, focusing on women’s empowerment in the decision-making processes related to COVID-19 response and economic development. It guides the planning and preparation of a forward-looking response to COVID-19 in Eritrea. ‘Building back better’, especially for Eritrea, means ensuring no one is left behind, and that gender equality and women’s participation are integrated into crisis prevention, preparedness, and recovery from the earliest stages
Nov 13, 2020
This study titled ‘Analysis of the Potential Contributions of Colluli Potash Project to Sustainable Development Goals in Eritrea’ was undertaken by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Eritrea. The study assesses a wide range of econometric data and includes findings emanating from extensive engagement with Eritrean government officials, relevant public institutions and other Colluli stakeholders. UNDP has identified Colluli Potash Project as a strategic opportunity to enhance the delivery of the 2030 Agenda and the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Oct 21, 2020
In Eritrea, UNDP has remained a trusted partner of choice and a dependable alley since the past two decades, strategically positioned and working very closely with the Government of the State of Eritrea to advance Eritreans national development objectives and aspirations. UNDP in Eritrea is 25 years and celebrates its Silver Jubilee. Country office activities began in Eritrea in 1992 and were formalized in 1994. The UNDP believes that co-operation for economic and social development is a practical working proposition that has been successfully revived and implemented in Eritrea. It is remarkable to note that in partnership with UNDP and the UN System, Eritrea is amongst the few countries globally that achieved distinguished accomplishments regarding the health-related Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), achieving all the three health MDGs namely MDG-4, reduce child mortality, MDG-5 improve maternal health and MDG-6 combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases.