Mainstreaming, Acceleration and Policy Support (MAPS)
MAPS (Mainstreaming, Acceleration and Policy Support) is the UN development system’s common approach to support member states in implementing the SDGs. Drawing on the full capacity of the UN development system, MAPS support can include integrated data analyses, forecasting, capacity building, advocacy and awareness-raising and support to planning and programming priorities. UNDP has supported 51 countries through MAPS engagements since 2016, spanning all regions and country contexts, including 20 fragile and conflict affected settings and 13 Small Island Developing States.
Country Support Platforms
UNDP’s Country Support Platforms bring innovations, smart public policies and new investment tools together to mobilise collective intelligence and action, serving people and communities at greater scale and speed.
The Climate Promise is UNDP’s commitment to support at least 100 countries enhance their NDCs by 2020. The Promise includes making NDCs more technically robust, identifying new ways governments can step up their climate actions, and supporting countries to undertake inclusive and transparent processes with stakeholders to revise NDCs. Learn more about UNDP’s support to NDC enhancement below.
Small Island Developing States (SIDS) offer
UNDP's enhanced SIDS offer ‘Rising Up for SIDS’ turns challenges into opportunities to accelerate transformative sustainable development towards achieving the targets of the 2030 Agenda and the SAMOA Pathway. The offer elevates UNDP's support across three interrelated levers: Climate Action, Blue Economy and Digital Transformation, with access to sustainable finance as the key enabler. Through these integrated solutions, UNDP will help catalyse development in SIDS during the Decade of Action.