OUR FOCUS

Sustainable

Livelihood

Overview

UNDP Poverty Reduction interventions in Sudan is deeply rooted in its efforts to support adaptation to climate change and employment and equitable access to natural resources in rural areas. UNDP has long recognized that there was a close interface between conflict, environmental degradation, and climate change/disaster risk in Sudan, with one feeding into and accentuating the others.

Our Goals

Recognizing Sudan’s special and diverse regional contexts and needs, UNDP focused its development interventions on conflict-affected states of the Eastern region, the greater Darfur region, and the border states of Blue Nile, North and South Kordofan. Whereas assistance at the federal macro level was directed primarily at supporting policies relevant to global commitments such as upholding the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and environmental agreements. 

$3.13 billion

INVESTED IN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT PRIORITIES

In 2016, 810 environment projects were under way in 143 countries, representing a grant investment of $3.13 billion. The grants leveraged another $14.12 billion in cofinancing for environment and sustainable development priorities in these countries.

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