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What does UNDPR stand for?

UNDPR stands for United Nations Development Programme

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LAHORE -- The Resident Coordinator of United Nations and local representative of United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Timo Pakala has said that, with regard to Millennium Development Goals, the Punjab province has displayed better performance as compared to other provinces.
00 HC905 This first United Nations Development Programme Africa Human Development Report shows that rapid economic progress in Africa has not brought food security to much of the population and argues that four actions are needed to remove this insecurity: greater agricultural productivity of smallholder farmers; more effective nutrition policies, especially for children; greater community and household resilience to cope with shocks; and wider population participation and empowerment, especially by women and the rural poor.
Manama, April 29th (BNA) -- The Vice-President of Human Rights Committee at the Council of Representatives, Ali Al Otaish stated that the committee has met today with the Assistant Resident Representative of UNDP in Bahrain, Mohammed Al-Sharif and the Legal Counsel of the United Nations Development Programme Dr.
The United Nations Development Programme worked with Concern Worldwide and local authorities to back the decree, which the UN said will allow local not-for-profit associations to register and operate as independent entities for the first time.
To expand CANADEM's partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) by sending 16 young Canadians to support UNDP Country Offices in sub-Saharan Africa in their efforts to achieve the Millennium Development Goals and the governance objectives set out in each country's national poverty reduction strategies.
DAVOS, Switzerland -- One Laptop per Child (OLPC), a non-profit organization with the goal of providing children in developing nations with laptop computers, today announced that it will team with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to host an Open House event during the World Economic Forum on Friday at the Panorama Hotel Promenade in Davos, Switzerland.