Sustainable Economy Development & Inclusive Growth

What is the project about?

undp_ao_IG_Malanje 1Meeting of the agricultural cooperative for the KUKULA KU MOXI Project (2015-2017), implemented by the Capanda Pole Development Company (SODEPAC) with UNDP funding in Angola, within the scope of the Agribusiness Distribution Chain Development program (ASDP) for the development of family farming. Credit: UNDP/a

The project prepares the Country Office for new interventions aiming to support Angola in its efforts towards economic diversification, graduation process from the LDC status, Human development and the achievement of SDGs.

The Overall goals of this project are to:

undp_ao_IG_MalanjeYoung people preparing fishing equipment under the KUKULA KU MOXI Project (2015-2017), implemented by the Capanda Pole Development Society (SODEPAC) with UNDP funding in Angola, within the Program for the Development of Distribution Chains for the Agribusiness (ASDP) for the development of family agriculture. Credit: UNDP Angola

Enhance national capacities for economic diversification and helping create enabling environment to generate productive capacities, employment and job opportunities for youth and women.

What have we accomplished so far

Project’s support to Country Graduation process   produced the Road Map   that will lead to elaboration of the Transition Strategic from the LDG status. UNDP’s empowerment support focused on vocational skills, agribusiness and sustainable livelihood, and social protection and reached over 130,000 youths/women in 18 provinces. UNDPs support for Inclusive ITC Programme SEEDS of FUTURE increased the absorptive capacity of the MEDIATECAS that exposed 30,000 schoolchildren to computers who accessed information and facilitated learning. Project’s financial support for four new Government established Entrepreneurship Centres facilitated skills transfer and certification for 2000 youths, who successfully accessed apprenticeships, jobs and mentorships. UNDP’s agribusiness and sustainable livelihood facilitation increased through training and provision of inputs capacities for production of horticulture, supply chain, and legalization of cooperative congregating 13,000 smallholder farmers. 

Who Finances it?

The project is fully financed by UNDP track resources.