City2City
Resource image:

UPPR is one of the largest urban development programmes in the world, which has helped over three million people improve their livelihoods and living conditions in just seven years in Bangladesh.

Resource image:

UNDP’s COMPOST programme supports Ethiopia’s ambition to be carbon neutral by 2025, tackling urban waste and land degradation, greening six cities and creating jobs, particularly for youth and women.

Resource image:

UNDP initiatives, local governments, and partners support Malaysian cities on a low-carbon path in response to the climate crisis, in a country where the temperature, rainfall, and sea levels have been rising for decades.

Resource image:

UNDP and local government work to protect the vulnerable coastal community of New Kru Town from increasing flooding and erosion with a sea wall, improved drainage, and sustainable policy measures.

Resource image:

UNDP is working with local governments and citizens to counter unplanned urbanization, turning neglected urban spaces into parks and green zones that use recycled waste in Lalitpur near Kathmandu, Nepal.

Resource image:

UNDP’s Tejiendo Futuro works with local governments and women’s groups to rebuild the businesses of women artisans devastated by natural disasters in Peru’s Puira Province, strengthening their sustainability and expanding their markets.