2019 Global Strategic Priorities

The Global Strategic Priorities (GSPs) for the 2018-2019 biennium set out areas targeted by UNHCR to enhance protection for people of concern and find solutions for them.

The GSPs are divided into two categories: operational priorities for field operations and support and management priorities for core organizational functions.

The operational priorities influence the development and implementation of country-level plans by field operations and take into account the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The support and management GSPs reflect UNHCR's 2017-2021 Strategic Directions, as well as commitments made at the World Humanitarian Summit and under the Grand Bargain.

In line with the Global Compact on Refugees, UNHCR continued strengthening broad range of partnerships within the humanitarian and development fields and the private sector.

UNHCR's operations collected and analysed programme implementation information and communicated progress and results through Focus, as well as through the organization's integrated refugee health information system. 
 

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