What We Do


The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is the UN’s global development network, working in 177 countries and territories.UNDP is fully engaged in supporting Malaysia’s national priorities and the implementation of national medium and long-term development plans such as the 11th Malaysia Plan and other sectoral development policies and strategies. The Country Programme consciously attempts to link strategic policy initiatives with downstream pilot projects so that our work is informed by ground realities and that our projects support national development objectives and remain consistent with the national development plans. Through local community based initiatives, we have piloted new and innovative development methodologies that can be adopted and scaled up throughout the country. Today, all of UNDP projects in Malaysia are nationally executed, involving more than ten federal ministries and agencies and located in more than 6 states.



Latest Malaysia Report
Malaysia Millennium Development Goals Report 2015

The Millennium Development Goals Report 2015: Malaysia (MDGR 2015) is the final report of Malaysia’s experience with the MDGs. It analyses the performance and experience as well as the outcome of development efforts at the national level over the past 15 years. It follows on the two earlier MDG country reports, in 2005 and 2010, which presented similar analyses at the sub-national level.