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Belgium to support monitoring of the marine environment in the Black Sea region

The Government of Belgium donated its flagship research vessel “Belgica” to Ukraine in the framework of a EU - UNDP initiative which monitors the marine environment in the Black Sea region  



New EU-UNDP partnership to promote inclusive economic growth and innovation in the Eastern Partnership countries

Mayors for Economic Growth Facility aims to boost equitable and green development in the Eastern Partnership region.  



The European Union announces EUR 10 million to boost community-led innovative adaptation solutions

The European Union has announced EUR 10 million for the UNDP-led Adaptation Fund Climate Innovation Accelerator.  


Fostering justice to curb corruption in Iraq: €15 million project supports transparency and accountability across state institutions

A EUR 15 million initiative aimed at curbing corruption in Iraq and bolstering transparency and public accountability has been launched today in partnership between the European Union Delegation to…  


“European Solidarity Response to COVID-19 in Algeria” implemented with a 43 million Euro grant

The project “European Solidarity Response to COVID-19 in Algeria” will provide public health facilities with medical equipment, COVID-19 testing kits and protective gear for healthcare workers.  


Broken societies put people and planet on collision course, says UNDP

2020 HDR presented in Brussels in an event co-hosted by Meryame Kitir, Belgium’s Minister of Development Cooperation, in charge of Major Cities, and Achim Steiner, UNDP Administrator.  


EU and UNDP launch two-year project to address urgent adaptation financing gaps in Africa

New EU-UNDP initiative to adress adaptation financing gaps in Africa to build more effective locally led climate actions across the continent.  


Cyclone displaced people in Savane resume livelihoods with UNDP and EU support

UNDP, with funds from the European Union and partners, opened a rural market in Savane benefiting over 1,000 people affected by the cyclone.  

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