What do schools, bridges, the police and wind farms have in common? See how UNDP ties all of its work together and to get a snapshot of what UNDP in Afghanistan does to help build a healthier, safer and fairer Afghanistan in this beautiful two-minute beautiful video.
How is the national and international media covering UNDP’s work in Afghanistan? We enjoy favourable media coverage thanks to our good work of improving people’s lives. Our areas of work are environment, livelihoods, governance, rule of law, gender and health.
On our “In the News” page you will see radio and TV shows, newspapers and an array of weblogs covering our work and initiatives and feature exclusive interviews with our senior officials and experts.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) operates in more than 170 countries and territories around the world. Our focus is helping Afghanistan build and share solutions to the challenges of Environment, Livelihoods, Gender, Rule of Law, Governance and Health.
UNDP has been working in Afghanistan since 1966 in close partnership with government, civil society and other national and international partners.
We advocate for change and connect the Afghan government, NGOs, civil society and other partners to the knowledge and resources they need to help the Afghan people build a better life
Interested in working for UNDP in Afghanistan? Check out our job opportunities in the country.
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When we began our work five decades ago, one in three people worldwide lived in poverty. Now? Just one in eight. Let’s finish the job.