Foreign investments back US$40 million wind power project in Belarus boosting the country’s prospects of low-carbon economy. Turkish Engineering Company was selected for building the biggest windfarm in Belarus.
The restoration of disturbed inefficiently drained peatlands will allow Belarus to prevent the carbon dioxide emissions by 5 419 756 t CO2-eq/20y.
UNDP is looking for new ways of partnership with the Chernobyl-affected districts of Belarus
UNDP supports Belarus in building sustainable urban planning policy in the development of smart and green cities.
UNDP helps 18 young people to merge the SDGs achieving with combating human trafficking.
With overall funding of EUR 1.1 million for Belarus over the period of 2019-2022, the project will assist the Government of the Republic of Belarus to implement its greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction commitments and climate resilient development under the Paris Agreement
More than three decades after the devastating explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, parts of Belarus’s adjoining regions have sprung back to life and at least the biggest of them, Homiel, has become a leading destination for domestic and international investors.

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9.5 million

Population

5.7%

living below the national poverty line

30%

of seats held by women in Parliament

0.796

Human Development Index

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