When developed economies stopped growing during the 2008–2009 financial crisis but developing economies kept on growing, the world took notice. The rise of the South, seen within the developing world as an overdue global rebalancing, has been much commented on since.
Environment and Energy
Five years ago, on the night of November 15, a cyclone ripped through Bangladesh’s coast killing more than 3,000 people and leaving a trail of devastation in its wake.more
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Projects and Initiatives
This project is designed to remove barriers to the widespread adoption of energy efficient kilns (specialised ovens for brick making). more
The project aims to reduce the vulnerability of coastal communities to the impacts of climate change through afforestation (establishment of a forest or tree planting) and livelihood diversification. more
The Poverty, Environment and Climate Mainstreaming (PECM) project is a joint initiative of the General Economics Division (GED) of the Government of Bangladesh and UNDP. It aims to enhance the institutional capacity of targeted national stakeholders to integrate poverty-environment-climate linkages into their national development planning process, documents and guidelines. more
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United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is the UN’s global development network, an organization advocating for change and connecting countries to knowledge, experience and resources to assist people build a better life.
The Triple F model provides a new way to make barren coastal land productive again. By building mounds and ditches, fruit and timber trees can be grown, and fish can be cultivated. But that’s not all. Interspersed with the fruit and timber trees are high yielding vegetables, which can also be grown on top of the mounds and along the banks of the ditches.
- 01 Aug 2015:UNDP supported multi-country Environment Awareness Campaign Finishes its Bangladesh Leg
- 26 Jul 2015:UNDP and BDCyclists Organize Cycling Event to Promote Climate Change Awareness
- 09 Jul 2015:Interview- We hope that we will be able to help Bangladesh realise its full potential: Robert D. Watkins