UNDP Belize supports capacity development, human development, advocacy, and coordination, for the achievement of MDGs and of human development, at a national and local level. In all our activities, we encourage effective aid management and south-south solutions.
UNDP’s Parks for Development exhibit presents the multiple contributions of protected areas to human wellbeing and sustainable development, highlighting successes from conservation projects around the world, financed by the Global Environment Facility and supported by UNDP. These projects have benefited more than 2,500 marine and terrestrial protected areas and indigenous and community conservation areas, covering 353 million hectares in 102 countries!27 may
What We Do
Latest MDG Report
The 2013 Belize MDGs Progress Report takes a stocktaking assessment of the country’s progress towards achieving the Millennium Development Goals documenting challenges that hindered progress and clearly identifying the ‘unfinished business’ or remaining and emerging priorities within the context of each MDG. Furthermore, the report also articulates a post 2015 development agenda building on the country’s experiences with the MDGs with a particular
focus on lessons learnt and their implications on informed policy making. This is the more critical given the development of the new Growth and Poverty Reduction Strategy (GPRS) 2014-2017 that will essentially constitute the framework for both the country’s unfinished business with the
MDGs, and the post-2015 agenda.