What We Do
UNDP partners with people at all levels of society to help build nations though sustainable, innovative, and community-based development projects. Since 1972, UNDP and its partners have helped Bangladesh make critical advances in the areas of governance, poverty reduction, climate change and disaster resilience. Communities are made stronger by our partnerships and assistance.
Over the past decade and a half, Bangladesh has made impressive gains across key human development indicators. Though Bangladesh continues to face significant challenges arising from economic inequality, vulnerability to disasters, and transitioning government institutions, UNDP Bangladesh remains committed to helping the Bangladeshi people achieve their full developmental potential. For more information about UNDP, our impact, and our approach to helping Bangladesh become an ever more resilient nation, please click here.
UNDP Bangladesh is committed to helping Bangladeshi people build a more prosperous, equal, and sustainable future for their country. Photo: UNDP Bangladesh.
Projects and Initiatives
The formal justice system in Bangladesh is overwhelmed by the demand for legal recourse. But for the vast majority of the population, the prohibitive costs of formal justice, coupled with a poor understanding of legal matters, means that access to justice is outside their reach.more
The Access to Information (a2i) Programme at the Prime Minister’s Office, with support from UNDP and USAID, was started in 2007 with the objectives of increasing transparency, improving governance and public services and reducing inefficiencies in their delivery in terms of ‘TCV’ – the time (T), cost (C) and number of visits (V) associated with obtaining government services for underserved communities in Bangladesh.more
The Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme (CDMP) is a flagship collaborative initiative of the Bangladesh Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief and UNDP. Its core objective is to strengthen national capacity to manage risks related to disasters, as well as the immediate response and the recovery efforts.more