Crisis prevention & recovery

In order to provide consolidated support, UNDP has developed an integrated CPR programme to enhance national and local capacities to respond to these challenges and contributes to increased planning, coordination and implementation of the national strategy on mine action, small arms and community safety, and natural hazards in Angola.

Our Goals

Emerging from decades of conflict and unrest Angola continues to face the multiple challenges of addressing the threats posed to civilians by landmines and Explosive Remnants of War (ERW) left from the conflict, emerging threats posed by the uncontrolled proliferation of firearms and armed violence in communities, as well as threats posed by natural disastersmore

Mine Action

UNDP supports the training on the mine action at INAD - Credit: UNDPmore

Our Stories

High school students comment the exhibition of photos in Luanda's Independence Square - Credit: Susete Ferreira/UNDP

Commemoration of the International Day for Disaster Reduction in Angola

October 13th celebrated the International Day for Disaster Reduction (IDDR). This date has been designated by the UN Assembly to promote a global culture of disastermore 

View of vehicles handed over to the INAD - Credit: Felicien Mambulu/UNDP

UNDP transfers technical means of the Capacity Development of INAD Project

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has transferred on Friday, July 20, 2012 in Luanda, to the National Demining Institute (INAD), technical means used as partmore 

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Projects and Initiatives

  • Preparatory Assistance to Disaster Risk Reduction Component

    This project will support the design and development of a broader UNDP Disaster Risk Reduction programme to improve the country’s implementation of the Hyogo Framework for Action, particularly in enhancing the capacity to prepare for and respond to natural hazards.more 

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