Building responsive and accountable institutions is central to sustaining peace, encouraging strong citizen engagement, and giving people a sense of ownership over important decisions. Today, the Government of Japan has confirmed its commitment to support Guinea-Bissau in “Building strong institutions for sustaining peace” through a new project of 2,640,000 USD as part of the pledges made under “the New Approach for Peace and Stability in Africa” (NAPSA) adopted at the 7th Tokyo International Conference on African Development, TICAD 7, held in August 2019 in Yokohama, Japan.
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.
UNDP Guinea-Bissau is taking advantage of the new Digital Strategy to reinvent how it works in the country
The Blue Economy project will highlight Guinea-Bissau's status as a Small Island Developing State (SIDS) and the opportunities to tap into its vast blue economy potential to lead an inclusive and sustainable socio-economic recovery that leaves no one behind.
The "Sol Mansi" project funded by  UNDP and Global Initiative has within its scope five community dialogues' workshops with 100 influential and opinion leaders on combating money laundering and on risk reduction policies in minimizing damage related to drug trafficking and consumption.
Accelerator Lab team faces internal challenge

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58,4%

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