The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is closely following evolving events in Libya and has taken necessary measures to adapt to the current situation and maintain essential operations in Libya as circumstances allow.
In fulfilment of its Human Development mandate, UNDP remains fully committed to supporting the people of Libya in finding their own solutions to development challenges and building a better life.
The UNDP Country Office in Libya looks forward to resuming its programme work and continuing engagement with its multiple partners in the core areas of: Poverty Reduction; Democratic Governance; Environment and Energy; Gender Equality; HIV and AIDS; and the MDGs, along the lines of its Country Programme 2011-2014.
7 February 2013: The Arab Human Development Report: Worth a Second Read
With eyes fixed on the rapidly-changing Arab world, UNDP has convened scholars, policymakers and opinion leaders in the region since 2002 to analyze and assess the extent of development challenges facing their countries.
14 December 2013: Arab countries can achieve MDGs by 2015
The Arab region has achieved progress in many Millennium Development Goals, including significant strides in health and education, says a recently launched UN report.