UNDP Spending by Result Area in 2022 (Core and Non-Core Expenditure and Encumbrances)

Total:   $ 15 279 519



UNDP works in 170 countries and territories to help eradicate poverty, reduce inequalities and exclusion, and build resilience. As the UN’s development agency, UNDP plays a critical role in helping countries achieve the SDGs and deliver on the pledge to leave no one behind. UNDP is one of the founding Cosponsors of UNAIDS and as such convenes work on supporting law, human rights and stigma and discrimination reduction to improve national HIV responses. UNDP co-convenes, together with UNFPA and the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the work on rights, access to justice and access to services for people living with HIV and for key populations most at risk of HIV. Together with the World Bank, UNDP co-convenes the work on improving efficiencies in HIV responses. UNDP is a principal recipient of Global Fund grants in challenging operational environments and a technical and policy support provider to the Global Fund.

UNDP’s work in HIV and health is guided by the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the 2021 Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS, the Global AIDS Strategy (2021–2026 the UNDP Strategic Plan (2022–2025), and, specifically, the UNDP HIV and Health Strategy (2022–2025).

The Strategic Plan and the HIV and Health Strategy commit UNDP to address the inequalities that drive pandemics and to strengthen governance and systems for health in order to regain ground lost against HIV, TB and malaria as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and to address emerging priorities such as noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), mental health and pandemic preparedness. UNDP’s work on HIV and health also contributes to the organization’s core mission of reducing poverty and inequalities, building resilience and helping to ensure that no one is left behind. UNDP’s activities in HIV and health for the period 2022–2025 encompass, each of which has three key policy and programming priorities. These three action areas are closely interrelated: work in one action area will often be dependent upon and contribute to progress in others.

Find more details in the organizational report.