UNDP and the UN System
Georgia became the 179th member of the United Nations in July 1992, thereby accepting the values and principles of the organization. The Office of the United Nations in Georgia was established in 1993. Since then, the country has been home to UN agencies, funds, and programmes that work as a team to respond to national development needs and improve the economic and social conditions of people in Georgia.
The resident UN agencies form the UN Country Team (UNCT), which is led by the UN Resident Coordinator who also serves as the Resident Representative for UNDP.
UN agencies in Georgia
UN Resident Coordinator Reports
- 22 Jul 2016:Civil Society Releases First Findings of Election Media Monitoring
- 16 Jul 2016:Small Farmers Meet High-Ranking EU Officials
- 30 Jun 2016:Agriculture and Rural Development in Focus of the Georgian Media