List of UNDP country codes

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This is the list of UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) country codes.

In addition to countries, codes identify geographical groupings and political entities such as various liberation fronts (not all of which still exist). The purpose of the codes is in part actuarial.

Trigram Entity Comment
AFG Afghanistan
ALB Albania
ALG Algeria
AMS American Samoa
ANA ANA – Azania  ? – Azania
ANC ANC – Zimbabwe African National Congress – Zimbabwe
AND Andorra
ANG Angola
ANL Anguilla
ANT Antigua and Barbuda
ARG Argentina
ARM Armenia
ARU Aruba
AUL Australia
AUS Austria
AZE Azerbaijan
BAH Bahrain
BAL Baltic States Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia
BAR Barbados
BDI Burundi
BEL Belgium
BEN Benin
BER Bermuda
BGD Bangladesh
BHA The Bahamas
BHU Bhutan
BIH Bosnia-Herzegovina
BKF Burkina Faso
BOL Bolivia
BOT Botswana
BRA Brazil Also RIO for "Brazil (Rio de Janeiro)" and SUB for "Brazil (Subin)"
BRU Brunei
BUL Bulgaria
BUR Burma Obsolete 1989; now Myanmar
BVI British Virgin Islands
BYE Belarus
BZE Belize
CAF Central African Republic
CAM Central America
CAN Canada
CAR Caribbean
CAY Cayman Islands
CEH Czech Republic
CHA Undistributed Other
CHD Chad
CHI Chile
CIS Commonwealth of Independent States
CKI Cook Islands
CMB Cambodia Formerly Kampuchea (KAM, 1975–1990) and Khmer Republic (KMR, 1970–1975)
CMR Cameroun
COI Comoros
COL Colombia
COS Costa Rica
CPR People's Republic of China
CRO Croatia
CUB Cuba
CVI Cape Verde
CYP Cyprus
CZE Czechoslovakia Obsolete 1993; split into Czech Republic and Slovakia
DAH Dahomey Obsolete 1977; now Benin
DEN Denmark
DJI Djibouti
DMI Dominica
DOM Dominican Republic
DRK Democratic People's Republic of Korea
EAC East African Community Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda
ECU Ecuador
EGY Egypt
ELS El Salvador
EQG Equatorial Guinea Also EQL for "Equatorial Guinea (Douala)"
ERI Eritrea
EST Estonia
ETH Ethiopia
FAN French Antilles Probably means just St-Martin
FGU French Guiana
FIJ Fiji
FIN Finland
FLC FLCS – Djibouti Front de Libération de la Côte des Somalis
FOS French Overseas Territories Probably includes Saint-Pierre and Miquelon
FPL French Polynesia
FRA France
FSM Federated States of Micronesia
GAB Gabon
GAM The Gambia
GBS Guinea-Bissau
GDR East Germany Obsolete 1990
GEO Georgia
GER Germany
GHA Ghana
GIL Gilbert Islands Obsolete 1979; now Kiribati
GLO Global
GRE Greece
GRN Grenada
GUA Guatemala
GUD Guadeloupe
GUI Guinea
GUY Guyana
HAI Haiti
HLS Vatican City (Holy See)
HOK Hong Kong
HON Honduras
HUN Hungary
ICE Iceland
IND India
INS Indonesia
INT Inter-Regional
IRA Iran
IRE Ireland
IRQ Iraq
ISR Israel
ITA Italy
IVC Côte d'Ivoire
JAM Jamaica
JOR Jordan
JPN Japan
KAZ Kazakhstan
KEN Kenya
KIR Kiribati
KOS Kosovo
KUW Kuwait
KYR Kyrgyzstan
LAO Laos
LAT Latvia
LEB Lebanon
LES Lesotho
LIB Libya
LIE Liechtenstein
LIR Liberia
LIT Lithuania
LMA  ? Landmine Action UK (?)
LUX Luxembourg
MAC Macau
MAF  ? Mission Aviation Fellowship (?)
MAG Madagascar
MAL Malaysia
MAQ Martinique
MAR Mauritius
MAS Marshall Islands
MAT Malta
MAU Mauritania
MDV The Maldives
MEX Mexico
MIC Federated States of Micronesia
MKD Republic of Macedonia
MLD MLD – Djibouti Mouvement de Libération de Djibouti
MLI Mali
MLW Malawi
MNC Monaco
MOL Republic of Moldova
MON Mongolia
MOR Morocco
MOT Montserrat
MOZ Mozambique
MYA Myanmar
NAM Namibia
NAN Netherlands Antilles
NAU Nauru
NCA New Caledonia
NEP Nepal
NER Niger
NET Netherlands
NHE New Hebrides Obsolete 1980; now Vanuatu
NIC Nicaragua
NIR Nigeria
NIU Niue
NLM National Liberation Movements
NOR Norway
NZE New Zealand
OMA Oman
PAC PAC – Azania Pan Africanist Congress of Azania
PAE PAE – Zimbabwe Pacific Architects and Engineers
PAF Patriotic Front for the Liberation of Zimbabwe
PAK Pakistan
PAL Occupied Palestinian Territory
PAN Panama
PAR Paraguay
PDY People's Democratic Republic of Yemen Obsolete 1990
PER Peru
PHI Philippines
PMI Pacific Multi Islands Pacific Minor Islands?
PNG Papua New Guinea
PNL  ? Partidului National Liberal (National Liberal Party of Romania) ?
POL Poland
POR Portugal
POT Portuguese Territories (UNEPTSA) United Nations Training Programme for Southern Africa (Angola and Mozambique)
PRC Republic of the Congo Formerly People's Republic of Congo (1970–1992)
PUE Puerto Rico
QAT Qatar
REU Réunion
ROK Republic of Korea
ROM Romania
RUS Russia
RWA Rwanda
SAF South Africa
SAH Western Sahara
SAM Samoa
SAU Saudi Arabia
SEN Senegal
SEY Seychelles
SIK Sikkim Obsolete 1975
SIL Sierra Leone
SIN Singapore
SLO Slovakia
SNM San Marino
SOI Solomon Islands
SOM Somalia
SPA Spain
SPF South Pacific Fund
SRH Southern Rhodesia Obsolete 1980; now Zimbabwe
SRL Sri Lanka
SRV North Vietnam Former Socialist Republic of Vietnam; obsolete 1977
STH Saint Helena
STK Saint Kitts and Nevis
STL Saint Lucia
STA stateless
STP São Tomé and Príncipe
STV Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
SUD Sudan Also SUC for "Sudan (Suba)"
SUR Suriname
SVN Slovenia
SWA Swaziland
SWE Sweden
SWI Switzerland
SWP SWAPO South West Africa People's Organization (Namibia)
SYR Syria
TAJ Tajikistan
TCI Turks and Caicos Islands
THA Thailand
TIM Timor-Leste
TOG Togo
TOK Tokelau
TON Tonga
TRI Trinidad and Tobago
TTP Palau Formerly the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands (1986)
TUK Turkmenistan
TUN Tunisia
TUR Turkey
TUV Tuvalu
UAE United Arab Emirates
UAF Undistributed – Africa
UAP Undistributed – Asia and the Pacific
UGA Uganda
UKM United Kingdom
UKR Ukraine
ULA Undistributed – Latin America and the Caribbean
ULM Undistributed – National Liberation Movements
UPV Upper Volta Obsolete 1984, now Burkina Faso
URT Tanzania For "United Republic of Tanzania"
URU Uruguay
USA United States
USR Union of Soviet Socialist Republics Obsolete 1992
UVI U.S. Virgin Islands
UZB Uzbekistan
VAN Vanuatu
VEN Venezuela
VIE Vietnam
WES Western Samoa Became Samoa in 1998
WFI Wallis and Futuna Islands
WIR West Irian Obsolete 1973; now merged into Indonesia (Western New Guinea)
WPN  ? Women's Peace Network (?)
YEM Yemen
YUG Yugoslavia Progressively reduced starting in 1993
ZAI Democratic Republic of the Congo Formerly Zaire (1997)
ZAM Zambia
ZIM Zimbabwe

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