Annual Reports

  • Achieving Development Results in Asia and the Pacific, 2013-2014Achieving Development Results in Asia and the Pacific, 2013-2014Jan 26, 2015The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) launched its Asia-Pacific Regional Report ‘Achieving Development Results in Asia and the Pacific’, highlighting a string of successful programmes implemented in 2013 and 2014. The report covers results achieved in 36 countries and territories in the Asia and Pacific region. It illustrates UNDP’s support to poverty reduction and conservation of natural resources, strengthening democratic governance, building resilience and responding to crisis.

  • Annual Report 2013/2014 - UNDPAnnual Report 2013/2014 - UNDPJun 23, 2014In all five regions of the developing world, UNDP supports progress that is sustainable, inclusive and resilient to setbacks. Our 2013-2014 Annual Report spotlights results from actions across core dimensions of development, from jobs and food security, to well-run elections, to crisis recovery, to the management of finite natural resources. All our efforts aim at one overarching and increasingly achievable goal: to help countries eradicate poverty and significantly reduce inequalities.

  • Annual Report 2013 - UNDP China Annual Report 2013 - UNDP China Apr 11, 2014The Highlights of United Nations Development Programme: Support to China During 2013 summarizes some of the key development achievements to which UNDP contributed in 2013. The report is divided into two parts: support to China’s domestic development and support to South-South and global / regional cooperation. Results were achieved in the development of legislation and policies, in improving the livelihoods of ethnic minorities and farmers, in enhancing access to legal aid for vulnerable groups, in reducing pollutants, and in enhancing energy efficiency. The report also highlights some of UNDP China’s most important publications throughout the year, all contributing to awareness-raising and policy discussions on pressing development issues.