Evaluation of the Role and Contribution of UNDP in Environment and Energy: Sustainable Development
United Nations Development Programme, Evaluation Office, 2008 - Energy development - 138 pages
The main purpose of this evaluation was to access United Nations Development Program's (UNDP's) positioning and contributions to managing environment and energy for sustainable development. The scope of the evaluation covered all programmatic and operational aspects of the environment and energy in all UNDP's geographic regions and at the global, regional and country levels.--Publisher's description.
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Environment and Energy in UNDP
ASSESSMENT OF UNDPS WORK
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