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Peugeot Nigeria: 50 youths from Borno complete technical skills training thanks to UNDP and EU support

The Peugeot Automobile Nigeria (PAN) Learning Centre in Kaduna graduated 50 youths from Borno State who completed a vocational training in auto mechanics technology and trades, including painting,…  


UNDP and Channels Television agree on a strategic partnership will promote public engagement and inform development strategies

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Nigeria and Channels Television today announced a new strategic partnership to promote public engagement on the development issues facing Nigeria with…  


Nigerian creative sector steps out for UNDP create to develop connect in Lagos

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Nigeria held its first series of development conversations with the Nigerian creatives dubbed #CreateToDevelop.  


Development dialogue series for Nigeria launched as an initiative geared towards inclusive public engagement

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) launched the development dialogue series for Nigeria aimed supporting conversations that can constructively inform policy options, strengthen national…  


UNDP partners EU to train 820 IDPs in Borno

In the bid to rebuild and re-establish the source of livelihoods of target populations across Borno state, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) with funds from European Union (EU) under the…  


UNDP's Cash for work project continues to make positive impact in people’s lives

Funded by European Union (EU), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in collaboration with Borno State Government commenced the Large-scale cash for work activity (CFW) in Maiduguri for 2020…  


Officials from North-East Nigeria learn from Japan’s recovery experience

Delivery of people centered interventions that are driven by robust policies and strategies are critical to bridging the humanitarian - development gaps. Recently, UNDP and Japan International…  


Human Development Report 2019


UNDP Scaling Fences : Voices of irregular African migrants to Europe

Scaling Fences’ focus is on those migrants who travelled for development-related reasons — whose primary motivation, in their own words, was not humanitarian or protection-related in nature.  


Despite dangers, majority of irregular migrants from Africa to Europe would still travel: UNDP report

Irregular migrants who made the fraught journey from Africa to Europe would do so again despite knowing the dangers of the trip. Some 93 per cent of almost 2,000 irregular migrants surveyed…  

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