• Our Common Goal: International Experience in Poverty Reduction
    May 1, 2019

    This book presents the vast experience gained internationally in addressing some of the most important poverty challenges that China will face in the coming years, both in the drive to eliminate extreme rural poverty by 2020 and in the effort to sustain and expand that achievement in the years after 2020. The examples presented cover a broad range of sectors, countries and types, from small-scale grass roots technical assistance targeting poor farming households in Low Income Countries (LIC) to major national policy reforms in health and social protection in Upper Middle Income Countries (UMIC). Some examples are cited from Upper Income Countries (UIC) as well. Many of the examples are drawn from the work the development agencies of the United Nations have undertaken with member nations around the globe. Many present the work of other development organisations, while others highlight government innovations in poverty alleviation.

  • Philanthropy for Sustainable Development in China
    Sep 4, 2017

    Chinese philanthropic actors have the potential to transform the philanthropic sector and contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)’, highlights a new report launched today by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and China Foundation Center (CFC).

  • Universal Basic Income: A Working Paper
    Aug 2, 2017

    UBI is being considered as a potential solution to the many socio-economic challenges confronted by the world today. With this paper, UNDP China hopes merely to invite thoughts and discussion from policy makers and development practitioners on the topic of UBI and its potential in China, providing insights on a relatively new and debated topic.

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