What We Do
The 2016-2020 UNDP Country Programme for Uganda is aligned to United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF 2016-2020), the National Development Plan (NDP II), and the Ugandan long-term Vision 2040. It fully supports national efforts to realise NDP II, the national Vision 2040, and contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). UNDP’s country programme will contribute to these goals through its two key portfolios on Inclusive, Effective Governance (IEG) and Sustainable, Inclusive Economic Development (SIED). At the heart of the programme portfolios is gender equality and empowerment of women, which is guided by the UNDP gender equality strategy (2014-2017).
Our goal is to eliminate poverty, reduce inequalities and exclusion.
Empowering lives and building resilient nations
Adding Value to Agricultural commodities; Through the African Facility for Inclusive Markets, UNDP in Uganda is developing value chains to improve the production and distribution of commodities such as rice, beans, and cassava, thus helping to add value and raise the incomes of smallholder farmers. more
Projects and Initiatives
Achieving sustainable development requires adoption of consumption and production patterns that protect and conserve the environment and other natural resources, while also generating growth, creating decent jobs and reducing poverty.More about the project