Agro-tourism village launched in Indonesia’s Jambi under SDG partnership with BAZNAS, local government
Two months after the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Palu and surrounding areas, our cash-for-work programme is now in a full swing. The Cash-for-Work programme involves quake survivors – 40 percent of them are women - to clear the debris from quake-stricken buildings. The initiative seeks to employ 3,500 quake survivors by the end of January 2019. UNDP, in partnership with local government and BNPB, helps restore communities through debris management. #SULTENGBANGKIT
Climate change is the single greatest challenge humanity has ever faced, threatening water and food security, health, livelihoods, and the safety of billions of people. The latest report from the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has stated that the planet will reach the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels by as early as 2030, triggering the risk of extreme drought, wildfires, floods and food shortages for hundreds of millions of people – posing a threat to the achievement of the entire Agenda 2030.
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