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"Each morning I wake up excited about what is in store for me because each day is very different” Under the EU funded SDDP, 25 Economic Development Officers (EDOs), were trained in Entrepreneurship Development, designed and facilitated by UNDP. Find out what its like to be an EDO?
UNDP partners with Dialog Ideamart, Sri Lanka’s largest telecommunications partner, to conduct Sri Lanka’s first social innovation hackathon, as part of UNDP Sri Lanka’s first ever SHIFT Week (Innovation for development week). Sign up for the Pre-Hack!
The European Union Support to District Development Programme (EU-SDDP) funded by the European Union is a 60-month Programme aimed at assisting Sri Lanka to make a transition from post-conflict assistance to reconstruction and development. UNDP is proud to be one of the six implementing agencies of this Programme.
UNDP joins the OPA to host the 28th Annual Conference 2015 of the OPA under the theme ‘Innovation and Technology for Sustainable Development’ which will be held on the 21st – 22nd September 2015.
Displaced due to conflict, 18-year old Manickarajah Sulochana, of Vavuniya in the Northern Province of Sri Lanka, migrated to India in 1990, just after getting married. She had three children in India, but when she returned to Sri Lanka in 2010, she didn’t have documentation for her children.
The 2030 Agenda comprises 17 new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), or Global Goals, which will guide policy and funding for the next 15 years.
The Sri Lanka National Human Development Report 2014 on Youth and Development explores the challenges of young people and opportunities for development, in the areas of education, employment, health, political participation and social integration, with gender as a cross-cutting theme. The Report was launched on the 12th of August, 2014, coinciding with the International Youth Day.
AusAID, UNDP and other partners initiated “Strengthening Disaster Management Capacities in Conflict Affected North and Eastern Provinces in Sri Lanka,” a project to create village resilience development plans for vulnerable communities in Sri Lanka.