Crisis prevention & recovery

What We Do

Disasters and violent conflicts are among the two greatest threats to progress in human development in the 21st century. This is why crisis prevention and recovery is a cornerstone of the work of UNDP. In 2010 UNDP provided risk reduction, prevention and recovery support to 86 countries, stabilizing communities, supporting short-term employment and livelihoods, reestablishing governance and the rule of law, and promoting gender equality throughout. We support countries to manage conflict and disaster risks, and to rebuild for resilience once crisis has past. Our crisis recovery work is based on carefully conducted joint needs assessments and acts as a bridge between humanitarian and longer-term development efforts.

Our Goals

We aim to ensure that UNDP’s development efforts, and those of the wider UN system in situations of fragility, incorporate necessary elements of crisis prevention and timely recovery support. This requires a focus on skills and capacities in national institutions and communities – in order that risks of disasters and violent conflict are minimized and a foundation for sustainable development secured.more

Peacekeeping

UNDP works with the Government of Malaysia to strengthen the role of the Malaysian Peacekeeping Center (MPC) in building the capacity of trainers and personnel. | Photo: UNDP Malaysiamore

Our Stories

Capacity Building Support for Malaysia’s role in Multidimensional Peacekeeping Training

Enhancing and Strengthening Civil And Military Coordination During Peacekeeping Operations

In the last decade, the nature of conflicts has changed. Peacekeepers are no longer dealing with inter-State conflict but in complex intra-state conflicts and civil warsmore 

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Projects and Initiatives

  • This project aimed to support the role of the Malaysian Peacekeeping Training Center providing multidimensional peacekeeping training as well as build the capacity of trainers and personnel from Africa and Asia in multidimensional peacekeeping training and operations.more 

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