The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is one of the most prolific organisations on Twitter tweeting in English (@UNDP), Arabic (@UNDPArabic), French (@PNUDfr) and Spanish (@PNUD). The UNDP has one of the largest presences on Twitter with 151 regional and country accounts and 255 members of staff on its Twitter lists. Since it was set up in February 2009 the @UNDP account has sent more than 30,000 tweets averaging close to 15 tweets per day which are scheduled via Hootsuite. Its most used hashtags are #Ebola and #EbolaResponse, #Development, #ClimateChange, and #Poverty. Until late 2014 the UNDP used its own daily hashtags sharing content about the specific areas of its work: #EqualityMonday, #EmpowerTuesday, #GreenWednesday, #EndHIVThursday, #EndPovertyFriday, #DemocracySaturday and #ResilenceSunday. The UNDP also has a specific live tweet account @UNDPLive that tweets up to 200 times per day especially during conferences. @UNDP consistently mentions other Twitter users including @HelenClarkUNDP as well as other UNDP regional accounts.
Tweet analytics (as of February 2015)
|Average of retweets:||28.66|