UNDP and NEMA join forces to improve spatial data use and protect nature

Uganda has 53% of the world’s rare mountain gorillas. The world faces unprecedented decline in nature, with one million species at risk of extinction.
Participants during the online inception workshop
Ms. Elsie Attafuah, UNDP Resident Representative in Uganda.

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Official account of @UNDPUganda. We work with Govt of Uganda & other actors to eliminate poverty, inequality & exclusion to achieve sustainable development.

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