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Inhabitants of Kabong village live without electricity, roads and stable incomes. UNDP is looking into solutions to improve their access to electricity.
Putting a glass of water on the table can take a huge effort in the rural areas of Laos. Read how we helped to relieve villagers in Saysomboun province of this burden in our recent project.
The wastewater of a pig farm was causing severe problems in a village near Vientiane. See how modern technology was able to restore friendly community relations!
In May 2018, UNDP Lao PDR visited one of the most secluded communities in Laos to assess the possibilities for rural electrification. See what we encountered during our exhilirating journey!
Radio is a powerful medium to connect with people in the hinterland. Our Community Radio volunteers ride the airwaves to remote villages and have a finger on the pulse of their local community. This…
As the country is set for graduating from Least Developed Country status, we are looking into how Lao PDR’s tea growers are contributing to developing their country.
Our blogger Lauren Kana Chan headed to the Houaphan Province and witnessed the daily work of a bomb clearance team.
Jonas is telling you about his passion for nature conservation and development. How it led to his work as a UN Volunteer in Lao PDR and how this assignment shaped his personality, career and view on…
Ka Chun Cheng is a University Volunteer in Poverty Reduction, UNDP Lao PDR. He is from Hong Kong and funded by the Hong Kong government. He is sharing with you his story working at UNDP Lao PDR during…
UN Volunteer Jonas Aechtner traveled to Bonn, Germany for the COP23 conference. This is a photo story of his journey and encounters!