Initiative, innovations, investments and integration are key pillars of the new stage in the international post-Chernobyl cooperation.
The publication features a practical course focused on franchising and will be interesting for broad audience ranging from those who hesitate to start their own business because they lack experience, knowledge and support to those who already succeeded in their business start-ups and look for further growth and development. successful business projects looking for the possibility of rapid and effective growth.
The language of the book is Russian.
Belarus has increased its human development level and took the 53-rd position among 189 countries of the world. More data a new “Human Development Indices and Indicators: 2018 Statistical Update” report.
The report finds that even though the global population increased from 5 billion to 7.5 billion between 1990 and 2017, the number of people in low human development fell from 3 billion to 926 million—or from 60 percent of the global population to 12 percent—and that the number of people in high and very high human development more than tripled, from 1.2 billion to 3.8 billion—or from 24 percent of the global population to 51 percent.
UNDP has been working in Belarus since 1992, most recently under its Country Programme Document (CPD) 2016-2020. The current CPD focuses on three priority areas in line with the national development priorities:
- Stronger systems of inclusive and responsive governance;
- Greener growth incorporating productive capacities that target employment and create livelihoods for vulnerable groups;
- Better access to basic services for vulnerable groups.
UNDP in Belarus learns from and builds on past experiences and achievements to remain a flagship development agency in the country.
Interested in working in UNDP in Belarus? Check out our job opportunities in the country.
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