UNDP Zambia Newsletter
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is an agency within the United Nations system which has presence in 193 countries and territories. As UNDP, we work in partnership with Governments, UN agencies, civil society, foundations, academia and the private sector, to promote and support national development priorities through local solutions and South - South Cooperation (SSC).
As an institution UNDP commemorated its 50 years of existence in 2016 and its presence in Zambia since 1964. Our cooperation with Zambia is based on the Standard Basic Assistance Agreement (SBAA) signed on 14 October 1983 governing the partnership and commitment to support national development priorities.
To attain the above vision UNDP Zambia aligns its work with national strategic documents such as the Vision 2030 and the National Development Plan. Our work is guided corporately by the UNDP Strategic Plan, the United Nations Sustainable Development Partnership Framework and our Country Programme Document (CPD) 2016 -2021. Our global presence and technical expertise bring added agility and capacity to manage risks that fulfil the role of an innovator, integrator and thought leader in development. In addition, our tested systems contribute to effective and efficient utilization of resources and delivery of development results as recognized by the international aid transparency initiative...
In support of the Government of Zambia’s efforts to ensure that climate adaptation interventions in the agricultural sector are gender-responsive and transformative, UNDP in collaboration with FAO organized a skills development workshop in Siavonga, Zambia from 18 to 21 September 2017 on integrating gender into climate adaptation planning.