“While many believe inequality is critically important, there is much less agreement on why it matters and what to do about it."
Welcoming entrepreneurs and impact investors on October 8th - let's forge partnerships to support the achievement of the SDGs!
A quest for the best social innovations begins!
Partnering with the Government of Japan, UNDP began working with 90 schools to assess their tsunami risks, design emergency procedures and evacuation plans, and carry out tsunami awareness and safety drills in the 18 Asia and the Pacific countries in 2017. More than 100 schools and 60,000 people took part.
Through numbers and figures, this publication highlights the growing impact of disasters on people, communities and economies. In doing so, the publication emphasizes that recovery is an opportunity to not only rebuild infrastructure and livelihoods, but to learn from mistakes and build back better through a resilient, inclusive and risk-informed approach.
Digitizing the malaria response in Guinea-Bissau

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