The 2013 Human Development Report – "The Rise of the South: Human Progress in a Diverse World" – examines the profound shift in global dynamics driven by the fast-rising new powers of the developing world and its long-term implications for human development.
“It started like a runny stomach but it was soon followed by vomiting. I was so scared that I thought I would lose my pregnancy andmore
“I wish I had replaced my old refrigerator earlier. When it comes to refrigerators, I can find a million reasons why new is better than old,”more
Projects and Initiatives
Through this initiative, critical social infrastructure such as schools and clinics are built and equipped with solar energy in collaboration with the Ministry of Energy. Vulnerable groups are also empowered through improved access to and usage of ICT equipment. more
The project seeks to support the Government of Ghana’s efforts to support the decentralization process and strengthen local government capacities in participatory planning and resource management. more
The Africa Adaptation Programme (AAP) Ghana helps the Government and the people of Ghana to develop integrated adaptation plans and actions to build resilience to disasters and climate change. more
- 16 Sep 2015:UNDP supports national efforts to conserve energy in Ghana
- 26 Aug 2015:UNDP supports development journalism in Ghana
- 18 Jun 2015:Statement by UNDP administrator Helen Clark on Pope Francis’ encyclical on the environment and the poor
- 10 Jun 2015:Ghana launches Green Climate Fund Readiness Programme
- 24 Apr 2015:Recognizing community efforts to reduce poverty
2013 Human Development Report (Global)
Ghana Human Development Report
This is the latest Millennium Development Goals Report for Ghana produced in 2012. The main objective of this 2010 Ghana MDGs Report is to capture Ghana’s progress towards the attainment of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) as at 2010. The Report analyzes the goals based on targets and indicators for each goal and the extent to which they could be reached by 2015.