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The Ultra Poor Graduation Approach is a comprehensive, time-bound and sequenced set of interventions that aim to graduate people from ultra-poverty into sustainable livelihoods. It is an internationally recognized and well-researched integrated development approach. Pioneered by BRAC in 2002, the approach has been scaled in Bangladesh, where BRAC has graduated 1.77 million households over the past 15 years.
Targeting the Ultra Poor Graduation Programme

The Ultra Poor Graduation Approach is a comprehensive, time-bound and sequenced set of interventions that aim to graduate people from ultra-poverty into sustainable livelihoods. It is an internationally recognized and well-researched integrated development approach. Pioneered by BRAC in 2002, the approach has been scaled in Bangladesh, where BRAC has graduated 1.77 million households over the past 15 years.

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Living, global library of solutions for the SDGs shared by social entrepreneurs and the funders who support them.
The Resilience Exchange

Living, global library of solutions for the SDGs shared by social entrepreneurs and the funders who support them.

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In order to address climate change, the UN Secretariat (EOSG) and UNDP China jointly spearheaded an initiative that identifies innovative approaches to climate change adaptation and mitigation through the establishment of a platform for the Alliance of Climate-Friendly Communities through South-South cooperation. The main purpose of the Southern Alliance of Climate Friendly Communities is to bring together potential south-south cooperation partners such that they can share and learn good development practice approaches.
A Platform for the Alliance of Climate-Friendly Communities through South-South Cooperation

In order to address climate change, the UN Secretariat (EOSG) and UNDP China jointly spearheaded an initiative that identifies innovative approaches to climate change adaptation and mitigation through the establishment of a platform for the Alliance of Climate-Friendly Communities through South-South cooperation. The main purpose of the Southern Alliance of Climate Friendly Communities is to bring together potential south-south cooperation partners such that they can share and learn good development practice approaches.

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Cambodia has identified agriculture as the top priority for socio-economic development. To improve sustainable cassava production, UNDP has since 2011 worked with China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) and Cambodia’s Ministry of Agriculture to help small processors and exporters of cassava move up the value chain, increase their revenue and cassava export, and create jobs in the cassava sector.
Strengthening Sustainable Cassava Production through China-Cambodia-UNDP Trilateral Cooperation

Cambodia has identified agriculture as the top priority for socio-economic development. To improve sustainable cassava production, UNDP has since 2011 worked with China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) and Cambodia’s Ministry of Agriculture to help small processors and exporters of cassava move up the value chain, increase their revenue and cassava export, and create jobs in the cassava sector.

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Renewable energy can provide clean, reliable and affordable small scale energy solution for rural communities.
Renewable Energy for Rural Livelihood

Renewable energy can provide clean, reliable and affordable small scale energy solution for rural communities.

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The Hunger Project (THP) has empowered elected women representatives (EWRs) in local government, specifically in village councils through a comprehensive 5-year program aligned to the election cycle and implemented by existing community-based organisations. More than 120,000 EWRs have been trained to date.
Empowering Elected Women Representatives in Local Government

The Hunger Project (THP) has empowered elected women representatives (EWRs) in local government, specifically in village councils through a comprehensive 5-year program aligned to the election cycle and implemented by existing community-based organisations. More than 120,000 EWRs have been trained to date.

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The United Kingdom, China, Bangladesh and Nepal conducted a community-based experience sharing and learning via a South-South cooperation platform, specifically to strengthen regional cooperation and exchange on community-based disaster management among countries affected by disaster in Asia.
Community-based Experience Sharing and Learning via South-South Cooperation Platform

The United Kingdom, China, Bangladesh and Nepal conducted a community-based experience sharing and learning via a South-South cooperation platform, specifically to strengthen regional cooperation and exchange on community-based disaster management among countries affected by disaster in Asia.

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The Saemaul Undong (New Village Movement - SMU), is a classic example of community-driven development based on specific institutional principles and community participation developed during 1971-1979 in the Republic of Korea (RoK). The global programme - Saemaul Initiative towards Inclusive and Sustainable New Communities (ISNC) – was launched jointly by UNDP and the RoK in 2014, aiming at updating and scaling up SMU experiences.
The objective of the project is to facilitate "Vietnamization" of the SMU approaches and set up mechanisms for nationwide visionary leadership development. In brief, ISNC focuses on the development of effective tools and channels for social capital accumulation and leadership development based on SMU principles locally adapted to the Vietnamese context.
Vietnam Inclusive and Sustainable New Communities Project

The Saemaul Undong (New Village Movement - SMU), is a classic example of community-driven development based on specific institutional principles and community participation developed during 1971-1979 in the Republic of Korea (RoK). The global programme - Saemaul Initiative towards Inclusive and Sustainable New Communities (ISNC) – was launched jointly by UNDP and the RoK in 2014, aiming at updating and scaling up SMU experiences.
The objective of the project is to facilitate "Vietnamization" of the SMU approaches and set up mechanisms for nationwide visionary leadership development. In brief, ISNC focuses on the development of effective tools and channels for social capital accumulation and leadership development based on SMU principles locally adapted to the Vietnamese context.

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