Website Specialist, Global Programme on Nature for Development – UNDP
Daniel is a database and web specialist focused on online Information Management Systems (IMS) and e-learning platforms. He’s responsible for responding to the UNDP Global Programme on Nature for Development’s digital needs, by implementing best practices to assure the highest ICT standards. Daniel has been working with UNDP since 2010, and his experience, both in country offices and UN Head Quarters, makes him better understand how to use information and communication technologies to create innovative solutions that help accelerate sustainable development.
Previous experience and expertise
Since early 2010, Daniel has been working with UNDP supporting country offices in Latin America (Dominican Republic and Bolivia) and Southern Africa (Lesotho), currently working at UNDP HQ (New York).
In addition to UNDP, Daniel supported other UN agencies, such ILO, as well as private sector companies in the area of digital banking and data security.
Daniel’s recent works include the following:
- Supporting the UN Biodiversity Lab project from the web and user experience perspective;
- Development and digital management of UNDP’s online learning platform Learning for Nature;
- Development of the Equator Initiative website, which includes tools focused on featuring and promoting Indigenous Peoples and local communities’ efforts implementing nature-based solutions to accelerate sustainable development – such as the Equator Initiative Nature-based Solutions Database, the Equator Initiative Case Study Database, the Equator Prize Winners Network database, among others.