The UPU cannot deliver alone. Partnerships help strengthen and accelerate the development impact of our projects and policies through both concrete country-level efforts and global and regional initiatives.
With the support of partnerships and stakeholder engagement, the UPU aims to co-create and implement solutions and policies by leveraging local and global postal networks.
As stated in Sustainable Development Goal 17, achieving the ambitious targets of the 2030 Agenda requires a revitalized and enhanced global partnership that brings together governments, civil society, the private sector, United Nations system and other actors, and mobilizes all available resources.
The UPU is committed to working closely with partners from the private sector and across the UN system, alongside industry stakeholders and organizations that share the objectives of inclusive, innovative and sustainable development across its 192 member countries.
The UPU is launching Post4Health
This initiative is aimed at strengthening the value proposition of Posts in delivering health policies, products and services.
UPU involvement with the Iraq eTrade Readiness Assessment 2020
In cooperation with the Ministry of Communications and the Ministry of Trade, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development organized the virtual launch of the eTrade Readiness Assessment of Iraq. This is the first of a series of assessments for developing countries that follows an enhanced methodology, including contributions by eTrade for all partners. The assessment of Iraq was prepared in close collaboration with the Universal Postal Union, with the support of the Aid for Trade Initiative for the Arab States programme managed by the International Trade Finance Corporation, member of the Islamic Development Bank Group.
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