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Montreal Protocol in Malaysia: How this global treaty has successfully protected our environment and health?

The Montreal Protocol is largely recognized as one of the most successful international environmental treaties in the world, becoming the first in the history of the United Nations to achieve…  

Talentcorp and UNDP identifies 8 key factors for successful implementation of Flexible Work Arrangements

Talent Corporation Malaysia (TalentCorp) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Malaysia today launched the “Making Flexible Work, Work: Towards Better and More Inclusive Work-Life Practices”…  

Ecological Fiscal Transfer – Getting The Incentives Right

A transformative finance solution for supporting state governments to protect and conserve nature.  

The Shared Story of Water and Power

Power and water have a long and interconnected history, and the power industry today is the world’s largest industrial user of water. It’s estimated that the global power industry consumes more than…  

Solutions Snapshot 16: Improving Access to Justice

Is it true that Malaysian courts are conservative in technology adaptation, as innovation is deemed to be abstract? In this issue of Solutions Snapshot, we explore the justice sector of Malaysia and…  

Launch of the 2020 Human Development Report in Malaysia

In conjunction with the global launch, UNDP Malaysia held the national launch of the 2020 Human Development Report on December 16, 2020 at the Marriott hotel, Putrajaya, with 190 member audience…  

2020 Human Development Report Released Today

Malaysia has scored a 0.810 in the Human Development Index (HDI) which puts the country in the very high human development category, or 62nd place out of 189 countries and territories.  

9 out of 10 youth in Malaysia are already taking individual action to address climate change

Change for Climate: National Youth Climate Change Survey reveals knowledge, attitudes and perceptions of youth towards climate change.  

Who are the poor and how are they poor?

In a webinar organised by UNDP Malaysia on the 23rd of September, Mr. Niloy Banerjee, Resident Representative UNDP Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei in his welcoming address lauded the government's move…  

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