To improve the knowledge, attitudes and skills of officers in order to create gender-responsive programming, reduce bias and advance gender awareness.
UNDP works in Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean to create an enabling environment where national governments have the capacities for inclusive and sustainable human development.
This is one part of an India-UN Partnership Fund US$1 million project to strengthen national health capacities and reduce the negative socio-economic impacts of the COVID-19 crisis in Antigua and Barbuda.
The COVID -19 pandemic has caused unprecedented shifts across the globe. he COVID -19 pandemic has caused unprecedented shifts across the globe. Governments of the Caribbean have been actively deploying national responses to the threat of this deadly virus in the context of already challenged fiscal realities, physical infrastructure and service delivery systems.
#eFUTURE provides a step by step guide to help businesses re-tool and discover new ways to reach customers. This resource is provided through 6 guides below which featuring practical tips and simple tools.
The Ministry of Social Development, Housing & Community Empowerment and the Ministry of Justice and Legal Affairs are now better equipped to respond to the needs of communities across Grenada impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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954,000

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13%

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$12,810

per capita income

95%

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