The UNDP in Guinea-Bissau partners with government and non-government actors to sustaining peace and support the country towards a sustainable development path, and the fight against corruption is in our DNA. We support the government in developing an overall strategy to fight corruption, we work with CSOs to raise awareness on the impact of corruption on all sphere of our societies, and we work with young activists to strive for change.
UNDP Guinea-Bissau, in partnership with the UNDP’s “HUB” for Territorial Partnerships and the Italian Cooperation Agency for Development, decided to create “Na Nô Mon” (that means in our hands), an online infrastructure aiming to connect local communities to all national development actors that supports local development in the ground, to identify solutions, replicate innovation and ensure that all the population is benefitting from the interventions, including the most vulnerable groups in a more coordinated manner.
Na No Mon, which translates from Creole “in your hands”, is a partnership initiative powered by UNDP Guinea-Bissau that provides an online infrastructure to better plan and develop a response to communities’ needs and priorities in a more coordinated way.
COVID-19 Crisis continues to highlight the necessity of creative approaches involving youth on accountability and transparency, major civic and anticorruption engagement.
As part of the digitization of clinical and lab processes for COVID-19 response in Guinea-Bissau, the High Commissioner for the Fight Against COVID-19, Innovalab and Saudigitus, joined forces in a partnership that aims at increasing the testing capacity, ensure security of documents, reduce waiting time, manual processes and reporting mistakes and improve active and passive epidemiological vigilance, improve monitoring of contact cases as well as the protection of health professionals.
From reading the Accelerator Lab manuals, to taking part in Q&A sessions via Zoom to applying for the positions and getting offers. It has been a long and exciting journey, accelerated from the very beginning!

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1,8 million

inhabitants

58,4%

Poverty rate

$ 1367

GNI per capita

178/188

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