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UNDP Accelerator Lab in Ghana announces 22 winners of its COVID-19 Innovation Challenge.
UNDP and partners are supporting women to harness mobile technology for digital and financial inclusion. This is to empower them to run strong and profitable businesses and bridge digital gaps.
Bold steps are required to advance equitable human progress while easing planetary pressure, new UNDP report
The 2020 Human Development Report, ‘The Next Frontier: Human Development and the Anthropocene’, lays out a stark choice for world leaders - take bold steps to reduce the immense pressure that is being…
Ghana joins the rest of the world in launching a landmark report that shapes the new frontier in global human development. The report recognizes that for the first time in a relationship spanning…
Call for proposals to award small grants to CSOs for the most innovative initiatives towards environmental sustainability.
Elections 2020: promoting disarmament and discouraging the use of light weapons in Ghana's elections
Under its “BallotswithoutBullets” campaign, UNDP and partners carried out peace sensitization outreach in 5 constituencies to engage and educate the public on peaceful elections in Ghana.
The new Resident Representative of UNDP Ghana, Angela Lusigi, presented her letter of credence to the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration on the start of her duty tour in Ghana.
UNDP and partners launch 'Election Hotseat' game to educate Ghanaians on electoral processes ahead of Election 2020
UNDP's exciting game, the ‘Election Hotseat’, aims to provide relevant information to Ghanaians on the country’s electoral processes towards a peaceful election.
Ghanaians urged to demonstrate political maturity and work together to consolidate the peace of the country, by conducting peaceful elections during the upcoming polls.
UNDP has designated Dr Angela Lusigi of Kenya as the new Resident Representative of UNDP in Ghana, with approval from the Government of Ghana.