Comprehensive Study of the Maldivian Civil Society
The report provides insight into the opportunities for improving the public confidence in CSOs and the key concerns that should be addressed when decentralizing the regulation and monitoring of CSOs.
Valuing Biodiversity - the economic case for biodiversity conservation in the Maldives
The “Atoll Ecosystem Conservation” (AEC) project co-financed by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and implemented through UNDP by Ministry of Housing, Transport and Environment is putting forward this report that demonstrates and quantify the value of Biodiversity and Atoll ecosystem conservation in the Maldives.
- 22 Dec 2013:Developing the local councillors orientation curriculum
- 22 Dec 2013:SOPs for Women's Development Committees and Local Councils
- 15 Dec 2013:UNDP supports development of future leaders through the Youth Leadership Programme
UNDP Maldives on Flickr
- Are you constantly concerned about people dumping waste on the streets and public areas? UNDP Maldives, in partnership with the Ministry of Environment and Energy and the Environment Protection Agency, will launch a smart phone application in this December which will enable people to report issues such as issues of waste and public littering along with other municipal issues such as faulty street lighting and etc. The 'MakeMyIsland App' will let anyone with a smartphone to report the concerned issue with a picture and the exact GPS location along with the details, effectively bringing it to the attention of the concerned authorities. The App is designed to enable reporting for Male’,Villimale’,Hulhumale and the four island stretch of Laamu atoll which includes Fonadhoo, Kahdhoo, Maandhoo and Gan. Yesterday AT 11:54 PM
- Here are some snapshots from the second study tour organized under the Low Emission Climate Resilient Development (LECReD) Programme. This time, 31 participants representing all islands of Laamu Atoll are taking part including Island Councillors, WDC members, representatives from NGOs and CBOs based in Laamu as well as farmers. The theme for the tour is 'Good Agricultural Practices' where participants will observe and learn from existing techniques and good practices of agriculture and farming in model island communities with the objective of replicating them in Laamu Atoll. In this regard, participants are now visiting the islands of HA. Maafahi, HDH. Hanimaadhoo and SH. Goidhoo. Yesterday AT 01:22 AM
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