UNDP is committed to helping Guyana and other countries around the world to build and share solutions to development challenges. In all of our activities, we encourage the protection of human rights, the building of national capacity and the empowerment of women and indigenous people. In Guyana, UNDP works to fight poverty by supporting human development in a sustainable way. This concept is called Sustainable Human Development (SHD). As such, our work here focuses on poverty reduction, democratic governance, and matters relating to the environment, extractive industries and energy.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) today signed the approved Project Document for the ICT Access and e-Services for Hinterland, Poor and Remote Communities project that will be executed by the National Data Management Authority (NDMA). Signing on behalf of the Government of Guyana were Hon. Winston Jordan and Catherine Hughes, Ministers of Finance and Telecommunications, respectively.
CariSECURE is a regional project which seeks to strengthen evidence based decision making for citizens in the Caribbean. The project is being implemented by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) with funding from the United States Agency for International Development Mission for Eastern and Southern Caribbean (USAID / ESC).
A National CariSECURE Task Force was launched on 29th November 2017 to ensure the implementation of the specific project activities in Guyana.
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