Women's Empowerment

  • Tokelau Community-Centered Sustainable Development (CCSDP)

    Implemented in the villages of Atafu, Fakaofo, Nukunofu and Taupulega villages, the CCSDP enables community members to organize collective action, by pooling resources and building solidarity towards resolving common problems and achieving a shared vision for community advancement.

  • Niue Community-Centered Sustainable Development (CCSDP)

    Implemented in the villages of Hakupu & Tuapa in Niue, the CCSDP enables community members to organize collective action, by pooling resources and building solidarity towards resolving common problems and achieving a shared vision for community advancement.

  • Samoa MDGs Acceleration Initiative

    In anticipation of Samoa’s transition from Least Developed Country (LDC) to Middle Income Country (MIC) status by January 2014, and the need to identify and cultivate new streams of national revenue collection and pathways towards achieving the MDGs, the project will draw together all existing and planned strategic iniatives supported by UNDP in the areas of pro-poor policy advisory services, trade policy development and implementation; and increasing Parliamentarians focus on MDGs achievement.

  • Transformational Leadership for Development Programme

    The Ministry of Women, Community and Social Development (MWCSD) together with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), will host three successive trainings on the Transformational Leadership Development Programme (TLDP) to address gender equality.

OUR WORK - WOMEN´S EMPOWERMENT

Despite constitutional guarantees, across the Pacific men and women do not have the same opportunities when it comes to decision-making, accessing justice, and participating in the economy. For development to benefit both women and men of the Cook Islands, Niue, Samoa, and Tokelau, the UNDP promotes gender equality across all of its work. The aim is to incorporate — into all key development programmes — clear gender equity targets and accountability for meeting these particularly to making real inroads towards increasing the income of women at the household level through more and better jobs, and access to health care and education.



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UNDP Samoa Multi-Country Office
Private Mail Bag, Apia
SAMOA

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UN Building
Four Corners Matautu uta
Apia
SAMOA

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Resident Coordinator Annual Report
RCAR 2012

The recent Resident Coordinator's Annual report for 2012.

 

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