What We Do
UNDP is working for a world where people are empowered and nations made more resilient to create and sustain growth that will improve people’s lives. more
The country programme is informed by the recommendations of the mid-term review of the 2007–2011 country programmes, national MDG progress reports and outcome evaluations of the previous programme. The 2008– 2013 UNDP Corporate Strategic Plan and the UNDP Regional Bureau for Africa (RBA) Strategy and Management Review all guided the development of the new country programme, focusing on capacity development for pro-poor growth and accountability. The programme is also guided by a rights-based approach, focusing on providing policy advice and strengthening national capacities.
Projects and Initiatives
This project recognizes the critical role that local government plays in deepening democracy and enhancing people participation in national affairs. It aims to build capacities in the local government sector for more efficient service delivery to the people.more
The project seeks to develop food security and sustainable management of natural resources and the environment through among others, enhanced use of traditional and early warning systems, and integrating preparedness and mitigation mechanisms across sectors, policies and programmes.more
The project aims at conducting an assessment of the poverty situation in the country to guide the planning and policy interventions for effective management.more
The project seeks to reduce the number of new HIV infections among adults and children and reduce mortality and morbidity due to HIV/AIDS infections in Zimbabwe.more