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18 May 2012
The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy and the United Nations Development Programme have launched a new project that aims to enable greater use of concentrating solar heat technology systems to meet India’s rising industrial heating needs.
17 May 2012
On International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia, UNDP Administrator Helen Clark reaffirms the organization’s commitment to promote understanding of the negative impact of homophobia and transphobia and to reduce human rights violations against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
14 May 2012
New Delhi, 14 May 2012 - At a day-long consultation organized by UNDP, the Ministry of Rural Development and the Planning Commission, Jairam Ramesh, Minister of Rural Development calls for greater convergence between rural development programmes and sustainability.
10 May 2012
Jakarta -The Asia-Pacific Human Development Report 2012 ‘One Planet to Share: Sustaining Human Progress in a Changing Climate’ says that countries in Asia and the Pacific need to strike a balance between rising prosperity and rising emissions to address the issue of climate change.
24 Apr 2012
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will visit India from 25 April 2012. During his three-day visit, the Secretary-General will meet with country’s senior political leadership to discuss current regional and international issues, and with business leaders committed to promoting the health of women and children. The Secretary-General will also visit health facilities to witness progress being made by communities in promoting health of women and children.
23 Apr 2012
Houston, Texas - United Nations Development Programme film 'Himalayan Meltdown' wins the prestigious Platinum Award in the broadcast documentary category at the 45th Annual Worldfest International Film Festival, which is the oldest independent film festival in the world.
18 Apr 2012
Bangkok - Asia-Pacific cartoons depicting the effects of climate change on children, Chinese cities, the Pacific Islands and mangrove forests won a regional contest sponsored by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Government of France. Cartoonists from Bangladesh, China, India, Lao PDR, Palau, Papua New Guinea, and the Philippines have been recognized on this year’s Earth Day for their original artwork depicting climate change and human development in Asia-Pacific countries.
23 Mar 2012
New York - The Equator Initiative announced yesterday the names of twenty-five local community groups to receive the Equator Prize 2012 in recognition of their outstanding contributions to sustainable development. Among the winners that were selected from 812 nominations submitted by communities in 113 countries across the developing world, was India’s Shashwat group, a grassroots initiative that was developed in response to the displacement of Koli Mahadeo, Thakarsand Katkaris tribal peoples by construction of the Dimbhe dam.
22 Mar 2012
Urgent International Action Needed to Combat Social Inequalities and Environmental Risks, UN Secretary-General Tells Istanbul Forum
Istanbul - Social justice and environmental protection are equally urgent and intrinsically linked universal goals, with coordinated global action needed on both fronts at the UN’s ‘Rio+20’ Conference on Sustainable Development in June, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said at the first Global Human Development Forum here today.
17 Mar 2012
New Delhi - UNDP Administrator Helen Clark calls for more integrated policymaking that would address the three pillars of development – economic, social and environmental.Helen Clark concluded a five-day visit to India today.
17 Mar 2012
New Delhi - UNDP Administrator Helen Clark delivered the 12th D.T.Lakdawala Memorial Lecture on ‘Why Equity and Sustainability Matter for Human Development’ in New Delhi today.
14 Mar 2012
New Delhi - The first-ever India Human Development Awards Manav Vikas, which recognize excellence in India’s Human Development Reports, were announced and winners included districts from Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka and West Bengal.
14 Mar 2012
Istanbul, 14 march 2012 - Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan of Turkey and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Associate Administrator Rebeca Grynspan will open discussions on March 22.
13 Mar 2012
New Delhi - UNDP and the Government of India will sign a Partnership Framework Agreement to strengthen cooperation between the two entities on South-South Cooperation by leveraging India’s development experience to accelerate sustainable development in other developing countries.
12 Mar 2012
New Delhi - UNDP Administrator, Helen Clark will visit India from 13 to 17 March.During her visit, Miss Clark will witness the signing of the Government of India-UNDP Partnership Framework Agreement that aims to enhance South-South cooperation; interact with women leaders; recognize India’s human development achievements and call on senior leaders.
08 Mar 2012
On International Women’s Day, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urges governments, civil society and the private sector to commit to gender equality and the empowerment of women – as a fundamental human right and a force for the benefit of all.
08 Mar 2012
On International Women's Day, UNDP Administrator Helen Clark says that the entrepreneurial spirit of rural women will help overcome global food security challenges and end the vicious cycles of poverty which hurt so many of the world’s people.
20 Feb 2012
On the World Day of Social Justice, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urges nations to work together to balance the global economy and chart a development path that leads to greater social justice.
17 Feb 2012
According to a new report published by the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, the Asian Development Bank and UNDP, while the Asia-Pacific region has made big gains in reducing poverty, it is still slow in reducing hunger, child and maternal deaths.
19 Jan 2012
Bangkok - A new UNDP report based on case studies, calls for setting up of ‘energy plus’ services – combining access to modern energy for heating, cooking and electricity, with measures that generate cash, supplement incomes and improve health and education.