• Dec 1, 2009

    Conducted in the five high prevalence provinces of China, the Socio-Economic Impact of HIV/ AIDS study is an important initiative to assess the impact of HIV and AIDS at individual and household levels in the country and make due policy and programmatic response. The study is featured in its scale of survey and dimension of analysis.

  • Nov 1, 2009

    The First Monograph of Governance for Equitable Development Project (GED Project). The GED project is about supporting the process of governance in China towards more transparency and accountability while strengthening the emerging institutions of the NPC, the judiciary and civil society. The project aims to contribute to the government's efforts by promoting civil society development and the rule of law through institutional reform, democratic lawmaking, participation, communications and piloting.

  • Aug 1, 2005

    Persons with disabilities are indispensable actors in the achievement of the MDGs and a Xiao Kang society in China. Advancing the rights of the disabled is at the core of UNDP China's work for development with equity.

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