United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is a specialized programme of the United Nations which aids developing countries with three main questions: eradicating poverty in all forms, advancing constitutional transformations for more sustainable development and building resilience to crises since its formation in 1965. It aims to accelerate the process of the formation of the international, national and local structures for provincial governance and sustainable development by partnering the regional and local governments. Apart from these points, UNDP also intends to take measures to provide a sustainable risk management, swiftly prevent and respond to the cases of crises or such. Therefore, above all, the greatest concern of the UNDP is the accomplishment of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) of the United Nations. It substantially provides both social and financial support to governments and local authorities with the aim of integrating SDGs into their national developments.
I. Addressing the negligence of the international community upon the climate crisis with a special emphasis on the implementation of the Paris Climate Agreement
II. Eradicating the overuse of single-use items with special emphasis on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on said issue