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02 Jun 2010
New Delhi - Ballarpur Industries Limited (BILT), an Avantha Group company and India’s largest pulp and paper company, today announced that it is joining the Business Call to Action (BCtA) with its commitment to promote the economic and environmental sustainability of 5,000 low-income pulpwood tree farmers in two states in India.
28 May 2010
Global Migration Group Meets in Geneva to Explore Links Between Principled Policies and Economic Growth
Geneva – To ensure widespread human development, security and prosperity, Governments and all sectors of civil society need to work together to improve conditions for migrants and eliminate barriers to human mobility, concluded delegates at a two-day symposium of Government and civil society experts, organized by the Global Migration Group (GMG).
22 May 2010
On International Day for Biological Diversity, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urges nations to reflect on the root causes of biodiversity decline and take action to arrest it
19 May 2010
London -The International Chamber of Commerce, the United Nations Development Programme, and the International Business Leaders Forum launch the 2010 World Business and Development Awards that are created to recognize the key contributions the private sector has made to the MDGs.
17 May 2010
Punitive and Discriminatory Laws Limit Access to HIV Prevention and Care Services for Men Having Sex with Men in Asia Pacific
Hong Kong - A new report ‘Laws affecting HIV responses among men who have sex with men and transgender persons in Asia and the Pacific: an agenda for action’ notes that more than 90 percent of men having sex with men in the Asia Pacific region do not have access to HIV prevention and care services.
15 May 2010
New York - This year’s commemoration of the International Day of Families focuses on the impact of migration on families around the world. UN Secretary-Genera; Ban Ki-moon urges nations to renew their commitment to efforts that help and support migrant families around the world.
06 May 2010
New Delhi - UNDP-supported Business Call to Action initiative that encourages companies to fight poverty while expanding business opportunities in developing countries, acknowledges Monster.com for its commitment to expand access to job opportunities for rural youth in India.
22 Apr 2010
On International Mother Earth Day, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon calls on all governments, businesses and citizens of the world to protect Mother Earth which is vital for our sustenance, well-being and development.
08 Apr 2010
Hyderabad – UNDP-supported Business Call to Action (BCtA) announces that LifeSpring Hospitals has committed to provide an estimated 82,000 Indian women and their families with access to quality healthcare.
05 Apr 2010
Brasilia - Heads of India, Russia, Brazil, South Africa and China will come together to discuss how South-South cooperation can work for the promotion of inclusive growth and for establishing a network of specialists to follow-up on an implementation agenda.
30 Mar 2010
New York - Creative industries have shown more resilience to the impact of the global economic crisis than traditional manufacturing industries, according to the Creative Economy Report 2010 launched at the United Nations.
17 Mar 2010
Geneva/ New York - The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) today announced the appointment of Spanish actor Antonio Banderas as Goodwill Ambassador for the fight against poverty.
11 Mar 2010
New Delhi - The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Administrator Helen Clark met with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on the last day of her five-day official visit to India.
08 Mar 2010
New Delhi - UNDP-sponsored 2010 Asia-Pacific Human Development Report says that Asia-Pacific has one of the world’s worst gender gaps, and that discrimination and neglect are threatening women’s very survival in this region.
05 Mar 2010
Jaipur/Bhilwara/Udaipur - Helen Clark, the Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), arrived in Jaipur today as part of her five-day official visit to India and called on Rajasthan Chief Minister Shri Ashok Gehlot.
04 Mar 2010
New Delhi - Helen Clark, the Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), arrives in India on Friday, 5th March for a five-day official visit.
05 Feb 2010
New Delhi - Planning is no longer viewed as a government activity but an inclusive process where the voices of many should be heard, Dr. Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission said at the conclusion of a two-day national consultation here today.
02 Feb 2010
New Delhi - The 13th Mahbub ul Haq Memorial Inter-School debate on "Rich are responsible for climate change, but the poor suffer" was organized by UNDP India and the Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Contemporary Studies.
25 Jan 2010
New York - In preparation for the high-level event to review progress on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), to be hosted by the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon in September 2010, academics, civil society organizations and UN officials are meeting today in New York to develop an action agenda to contribute substantially to the review process, and the final internationally-agreed outcome.
11 Dec 2009
New Delhi - Conditional Cash Transfers must be part of national development strategies especially to cushion the impact of the financial crisis on the urban poor but these instruments are not a silver bullet for alleviating poverty, said international experts at a meeting organized by the United Nations Development Programme.