Student studying at a computer lab in University of South Pacific Solomon Islands Campus. Photo: Asian Development Bank

The United Nations Technology Bank for Least Developed Countries is a global organization dedicated to enhancing the contribution of science, technology and innovation for sustainable development in the world’s least developed countries. Read more about us.

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The UN Technology Bank and FAO are excited to work together to support the delivery of online training activities for the 47 least developed countries to enhance access to recent scientific knowledge, and thus give them the opportunity to participate fully in the global scientific community. Learn more about these online trainings!


These positions are located in the office of the Technology Bank for the Least Developped Countries, based in Gebze, Turkey.

The UN Technology Bank helps least developed countries build the science, technology and innovation capacity that they need to promote the structural transformation of their economies, eradicate poverty and foster sustainable development. Read more about what we do.

Experts and policy-makers share knowledge on potential benefits of geospatial technologies for Uganda

9 March 2020

Uganda stands to benefit from the range of evolving technological tools used to geographically map and analyse the earth and human activities, known as geospatial technologies. A special workshop for policy makers in Kampala on 9 March 2020, raised awareness of the important role that these new technologies could play in support of development efforts in the country.

UN Secretary General visits offices of UN Technology Bank

31 October 2019

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres visited the UN Technology Bank for Least Developed Countries in Gebze, Turkey, on 31 October 2019 to meet Managing Director, Joshua Setipa and staff.