United Nations Development Programme in Croatia
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is the UN development agency. Founded in 1965, it works in 177 countries, connecting governments, non-governmental organizations and the private sector in addressing social and economic challenges. Put simply, UNDP advocates for positive changes to help people build better lives.
UNDP targets a range of developmental needs in Croatia, including improving living conditions and economic opportunities in war-affected, rural and remote areas; promoting energy efficiency and environmental protection, particularly on the Dalmatian coast; advocating the full social inclusion of people with disabilities, minorities and other vulnerable groups; and enhancing justice and human security. UNDP's mission is captured in a simple statement: "Leave no one behind."