Latest press releases
Investing in ecotourism in Savannakhet Province to promote sustainable development and reduce poverty
More than 180 people joined a discussion on promoting ecotourism in the dry dipterocarp forests of Southern Lao PDR during the Responsible Business Forum in Savannakhet.
UNDP has offered to the Government of Lao PDR to help with coordination of rescue and relief efforts as well as early recovery activities in Attapeu province, flooded by damage of the hydroelectric…
Lao PDR updates the international community on implementation of its national SDG 18: “Lives Safe from UXO” during the UN High-Level Political Forum in New York.
The UN and the Department of Social Welfare organized a week-long Post Disaster Needs Assessment training to strenghten Lao PDR's resilience to climate impacts and disasters.
Dry dipterocarp forests are vital to preserving the biodiversity of Laos. Recently, UNDP helped establish an Ecotourism and Biodiversity Center in Xonnabouly District to protect them.
The Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) announced the Annual Round Table Meeting to take place in Vientiane Capital at the end of November 2018.
Invitation to review the social safeguards requirements for a proposal submitted to the Green Climate Fund
UNDP is partnering with Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, National Agriculture and Forestry Research Institute to develop a Funding Proposal to the Green Climate Fund entitled “Promoting climate…
New biodiversity and visitor centre set to highlight link between ecotourism and conservation in the south of Laos
In order to further ensure conservation of this valuable habitat, the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry has broken ground on a Dry Dipterocarp Forest Centre this week. The Centre will be the…
The Government, in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), has launched a project aimed at strengthening Lao PDR’s readiness to cope with climate change-related events.
In a bold and breakthrough announcement today, the UN Development Programme appointed its first-ever Innovation Champion and the first-ever non-human – Sophia the robot designed by Hanson Robotics.