Poverty Reduction

  • The Living Standards Dimension for the Human Development Index: Interactive Visualization Map

    The report "The Living Standards Dimension for the Human Development Index: Measuring poverty with Big Data' brings a measure called the Living Standards Index that addresses the multi-faceted and complex nature of poverty by combining eight indicators to evaluate the provision of services of the 2,284 counties across the country. The data collected from this report is now available in an interactive visualization map. The visualization map allows users to zoom in on particular provinces to see how it is doing across all eight indicators, as well to be able to pick one indicator and see its strengths and weaknesses across the country.

  • The project aims to empower ethnic minority women, specially Yi ethnic minority in Yunnan, and promote their social and economic development by harnessing their unique cultural assets.

  • The objective of the project is to increase the development of cultural industry in ethnic minority areas to empower women and foster’s women’s development. The project aims to establish ethnic women’s community-based organizations (CBOs) with sound institutional structure and sustainable business mechanisms and build partnerships with modern markets and the fashion industry.

  • Working in accordance with national poverty reduction initiatives in ethnic minority areas, the programme aims to support government efforts to increase equality and alleviate poverty among ethnic minorities, and thereby contribute to the construction of a harmonious society in China.

  • The project works to help the Government at different levels of jurisdiction (national and sub-national) in enhancing their capacity to achieve better social inclusion for migrant workers and their families.

  • The project aims to promote the concept of green consumption in urban communities and encourage residents to put green consumption into practice. It also encourages women’s participation in awareness-raising, advocating for female leadership and volunteerism.

  • Strengthening the Capacity of IPRCC  for South-South Cooperation

    Since 2005 onwards, with the support from UNDP and other partners, IPRCC has organized a series of training and global knowledge exchange initiatives on poverty reduction, benefiting 1305 participants from 96 countries, including Asia, Africa, South America, Oceania and four Central Asian countries.

  • Northeast Asia Regional Cooperation Programme

    The Tumen River Area Development Programme (TRADP) launched in 1991, now rebranded as the Greater Tumen Initiative (GTI), and has served as an intergovernmental platform for economic cooperation and exchange in the area.

  • The project Building an Inclusive Financial Sector in China aims to help put in place an enabling national policy and regulatory environment that fully meets practitioners’ needs to create a vibrant rural microfinance sector, through policy studies and consultations.

  • This programme works to reduce poverty and protect traditional cultural expressions by leveraging cultural resources to develop livelihoods: specifically, the protection of Old Lhasa, sustainable tourism and trade development.

  • Enhancing China-ASEAN Economic Integration: Cross-Border Economic Cooperation Zones at the China-Vietnam Border (CBEZ)

    The CBEZ project will foster China-ASEAN integration through enhanced understanding of cross-border economic cooperation zones, participation in the planning for and implementation of CBEZs.

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