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UNDP, with its exhibition area dedicated to the theme “Every Chinese Dream Matters,” saw the opening of the 2013 China Charity Fair, the second induction of a now annual event, and a renowned philanthropy exhibition also known as China’s “Charity Oscars.”
Today saw the conclusion of a three day event in which UNDP hosted a China Community Dialogue on the theme of Being Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) in Asia.
UNDP China Country Director Christophe Bahuet Addresses Participants at Meeting on Sustainable Development and Enterprise Competitiveness, Beijing
At the the First Annual Meeting on Sustainable Development and Enterprise Competitiveness held in Beijing on 22 November, Mr. Christophe Bahuet, UNDP China Country Director, welcomed the participants and recognized the importance of such gatherings.
On 9 August 2011, UNDP Resident Representative in China, Ms. Renata Dessallien (photo) hosted Rwandan Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, H.E. Mr. Francois Xavier Ngarambe in an international policy dialogue on the history, achievements and vision of the Rwandan people and government.
Xinhua News Agency and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) here Thursday to establish a strategic partnership and enhance cooperation in fields such as poverty reduction.
A seminar on Financing of Micro and Small Enterprises: Experience from China was jointly organised by the International Poverty Reduction Centre in China (IPRCC) and UNDP on 20 June 2011. The seminar brought together government officials and experts from Asia and Africa and provided an opportunity for participants to share experiences in the adaptation, improvement and application of micro-financing as a fundamental component in poverty reduction initiatives. Among those present, were Mr. Wei Chongjin, Deputy Director-General of the IPRCC, and Mr. Napoleon Navarro, UNDP Country Director a.i.
The event convened more than 70 representatives from China and Africa, including those from 15 African Governments, universities and businesses, as well as representatives from international organisations including UNDP and the World Bank.
A policy dialogue on “Interpreting the Chinese Dream: Challenges Facing the New Leadership” was held in the United Nations Compound in Beijing. In attendance were the Austrian, Brazilian and Philippine ambassadors to China, representatives from country embassies and officials from a wide range of interested international organisations.
UNDP China took part today in the worldwide launch of the 2013 Human Development Report. Produced by the UN, the report is a yearly stock-taking of global human development progress and contains a wealth of data, paramount among which is the Human Development Index (HDI) - a composite measurement of development that takes in more than economic indicators alone.
UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative’s meets with new Greater Tumen Initiative Consultative Commission Chairman
On 21 May, the UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative to China Ms. Renata Dessallien met with the newly appointed Chair of the Consultative Commission (CC) of the Greater Tumen Initiative (GTI), a long-standing intergovernmental cooperation mechanism between four countries including the People’s Republic of China, Mongolia, the Republic of Korea and the Russian Federation. During this meeting, the strategic priorities and future development path of the GTI were discussed.