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MPI - More Nigerians are multidimensionally poor than a decade before 2017

New data demonstrate more clearly than ever that labeling countries - or even households - as rich and poor is an oversimplification.  


Over 700 conflict-affected persons engaged in emergency employment in Borno State

Conflict affected communities now engaged in emergency employment are able to fend for their families without having to depend on humanitarian aid.  


Policy brief-Nigeria’s Youth Bulge – From Potential ‘Demographic Bomb’ to ‘Demographic Dividend’

The rapid population growth in Nigeria, and indeed the region, has been attributed to several factors, including increased public investments in the social sectors  


Policy Brief-Harnessing the Blue Economy for Sustainable Development in Nigeria

The Blue Economy is low carbon, efficient, clean and helps restore, protect, and maintain diversity, productivity, resilience on the natural capital upon which its prosperity depends (UNDESA 2014).  


UNDP Nigeria Annual Report 2015

Highlights of our support during the year 2015 and how it helped the government and people of Nigeria  


National Human Development Report 2016

Human security analysis is an aspect of human development analysis broadly conceived, an approach initiated by Haq, Sen and associates. The same researchers formulated human security and human…  


Early Recovery Programme for the North East

Working with other UN agencies, UNDP Nigeria, though this programme is assisting communities to get to the path of full recovery from the socio-economic slump that the insurgency’s five year long…  


Country transition strategy to SDGs



Nigeria MDGs End-point Report 2015

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