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Helen Clark: Statement at the Support Syria and the Region ConferenceFeb 4, 2016Queen Elizabeth II Conference Center - London, United Kingdom
Deutsche Post DHL Group and United Nations celebrate 10-year success story of public-private partnershipJan 27, 2016Deutsche Post DHL Group, the leading mail and logistics company, and the United Nations – represented by the United Nations Office for Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) – today celebrate a decade of successfully partnering in the areas of disaster preparedness and response.
Helen Clark: Speech at the event "From COP21 to COP22, International Geneva’s mobilization continues"Jan 19, 2016Palais des Nations - Geneva, Switzerland
Sustainable Development Goal Implementation – the UN Development System and UNDP’s RolesJan 18, 2016Speech at the UNOG Executive Briefing, CR5, Palais des Nations, Geneva
Helen Clark: Speech at the launch of the 2015 Human Development ReportJan 18, 2016Palais des Nations - Geneva, Switzerland
UN agencies warn humanitarian needs growing in Syria and region: nearly US$8 billion urgently needed in 2016Jan 13, 2016With Syria’s war heading towards a 6th year and with no end to the conflict in sight, UN humanitarian and development agencies today appealed to member states for US$7.73 billion in vital new funding for 2016 to help 22.5 million people in Syria and across the region.
HDR 2015: the Geneva PresentationJan 9, 2016The Geneva Presentation of the Human Development Report 2015, launched in Addis Ababa last month, will provide an overview of the key messages, facts and concepts of the HDR 2015 to Member States representatives, UN agencies staff, civil society and members of the International Geneva community.
Meeting the threat: UNDP launches effort to reduce flood risks in the Strumica River BasinDec 28, 2015With the cleaning of the main storm-drain channel in the town of Novo Selo, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has embarked upon a six-year programme designed to reduce the risk of flooding and improve water quality in the Strumica River Basin, which is home to 125,000 people in six largely agricultural municipalities in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
Egypt on the road to lower emissions with the Sustainable Transport ProjectDec 23, 2015It can be hard to slow down in Egypt these days. The country’s population is skyrocketing—reaching 90 million this December, with some 9 million in Cairo alone. With the jump in people has come a jump in automobiles—there are some 2.5 million cars speeding along Cairo’s streets, a number that is increasing every day.
Adapting Cuban agriculture helps increase food securityDec 21, 2015The Cuban agricultural sector is affected by the increased frequency and intensity of droughts, aridity of the climate, and a pronounced water deficit, affecting the potential yields of the total agricultural production and animal husbandry. The country is facing now the worst drought of the past 115 years which is forecasted to continue in 2016.
- 04 Feb 2016:Helen Clark: Statement at the Support Syria and the Region Conference
- 27 Jan 2016:Deutsche Post DHL Group and United Nations celebrate 10-year success story of public-private partnership
- 19 Jan 2016:Helen Clark: Speech at the event "From COP21 to COP22, International Geneva’s mobilization continues"