The CPR Cluster is framed within the general efforts of UNDP to combat the roots and effects of crises undermining the development of affected communities, and is the result of the joint cooperation between the Regional Bureau for Latin America and the Caribbean (RBLAC) and the Bureau for Crisis Prevention and Recovery (BCPR).
Our purpose is to maximize the impact of the interventions undertaken by Country Offices and regional initiatives for LAC. To achieve this goal, the CPR Cluster provides technical advice and programming support to Country Offices and regional initiatives, seeking to develop their capacities in project management, strategic partnerships and experience-sharing through the communities of practice and the Associate Experts and Centres of Excellence networks.
The Cluster currently supports more than 20 Country Offices and four regional initiatives along with New York, Geneva and Panama teams, and other Practice Areas of the Regional Service Centre and agencies of the United Nations System.
CPR focused the efforts on three areas: 1. Conflict prevention, 2. Citizen Security and, 3. Disaster Risk Management and Recovery.
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