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13 July 2018, Istanbul, Turkey – UNITAR-UNOSAT and UNDP successfully delivered the first training to familiarize UNDP staff from over 30 country offices with the use of geo-information for DRR,...
The revised IASC Gender with Age Marker (GAM) – is now LIVE!!
Informing responses to support durable solutions for internally displaced persons
The CBPF working group shares the 18 CBPF reports for 2017 which for the first time, have been launched simultaneously and are aligned in terms of content and presentation. They also include details...
During the last decade, the lack of alignment and synergies between information and knowledge management systems has been an impediment to linking early recovery approaches as part of the...


23rd Jan
The Peer 2 Peer Support Team invites you to our Humanitarian Leadership Webinar Series: The whole is greater than the sum of its parts: How HCTs members can work better together....
06th Dec
    The Peer 2 Peer Support Team invites you to our Humanitarian Leadership Webinar Series: Violences basées sur le genre : Comment le leadership peut-il faire la différence ?...
22nd Nov
Geneva, Switzerland
FRIDAY 1 DECEMBER 2017, 10:45 - 12:15 AUDITORIUM IVAN PICTET | MAISON DE LA PAIX, GENEVA     While funding for humanitarian crises has grown steadily, the rise in requirements has...
21st Oct
  As part of its role as UN cluster lead for Early Recovery, UNDP ensures that Resident/Humanitarian Coordinators and Country Offices operating in crisis and protracted crisis...
05th Oct
    Learning series on humanitarian coordination The New Way of Working...