UNDP contributes towards improved democratic governance in Namibia by working in specific areas with the governance institutions that provide the best potential to improve oversight, human rights, accountability and participation. We also support the Law Reform and Development Committee and Electoral Commission of Namibia to Electoral Law Reform and influenced the draft legislation to regulate political party and campaign finance laws, processes and institutions to create an enabling environment for women’s participation as voters and candidates.
We aim to ensure that the capacity of public institutions and Civil Society Organizations (CSO) is strengthened to implement the national Anti-Corruption Strategy.more
Projects and Initiatives
The overall objective of the final evaluation of the Reduction of Human Poverty Programme (2006-2013) was to evaluate the degree of implementation, efficiency and quality delivered on outputs and outcomes, against what was originally planned or subsequently revised. more
There is a need to address continuous upgrading of unqualified and partly qualified teaching personnel at all levels in the basic education systemmore