The United Nations Development Assistance Framework for the Republic of Uzbekistan is the result of a consultative process undertaken to analyse how the United Nations can most effectively respond to Uzbekistan’s national priorities and needs.
FAQs about UNDP in Uzbekistan
Does UNDP have an annual report, or a document describing activities and financial aspects?
The UNDP Annual Report and major policy documents may be found at this webpage: http://www.undp.org/execbrd/policyeng.htm. For reports and other policy documents on UNDP Uzbekistan please refer to the Publications Database of this site.
What is a Human Development Report?
The widely-cited UNDP Human Development Reports (HDRs) contain substantive data on most development indicators. The reports rank every country each year in areas such as per capita income, literacy, life expectancy and respect for women's rights. The goal is to put people back at the centre of the development process. Visit the HDR website for more information.
In addition, UNDP has helped more than 120 developing countries produce their own National Human Development Report 2003, which provide a basis for informed local debate about priorities and policies.
For Uzbek National Human Developments Report, please refer to the Publications Database of this site.
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