The Accelerator Labs are UNDP’s new way of working in development. Together with the State of Qatar and the Federal Republic of Germany, 60 labs serving 78 countries as the first cohort in 2019, with an expansion to 91 labs in 115 locations in 2020, will work together with national and global partners to find radically new approaches that fit the complexity of current development challenges. The labs introduces new services, backed by evidence and practice, and by accelerating the testing and dissemination of solutions within and across countries. Sense-making, collective intelligence, solutions mapping and experimentation are part of the new offer from UNDP to governments. Together with partners, the Labs will analyze challenges within local contexts to identify connections and patterns in search of new avenues of work to act effectively in addressing wicked development challenges. The Accelerator Labs are located in 13 Arab States including Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia as a self-starter.
Algeria, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Somalia, Sudan, Tunisia, Egypt, Syria, Saudi Arabia