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Women Leaders in Ghana

Development Chief Says Legal Rights Key to Empowering WomenJuly 14, 2010, Accra – Yesterday, on the first day of a three day trip to Ghana, UNDP chief Helen Clark met with women leaders to discuss their contribution to Ghana’s impressive progress towards women’s empowerment and gmore

Brazil, UNDP agree on project to support public health in Haiti

United Nations Development Programme Administrator Helen Clark and Brazil’s Minister of Health José Gomes Temporão signed an agreement yesterday for a joint project to strengthen public health and tracking of infectious diseases in Haiti. The Memorandum of Understanding, signedmore

Australia commits more than $4 million to UNDP to support early recovery

As part of UNDP's cash-for-work programme, workers remove rubble from the streets of Martissant, a suburb of Port-au-Prince close to the epicenter of the earthquake. (Photo by Adam Rogers/UNDP) New York — Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd committed $4.5more

Secretary-General nominates Helen Clark as new UNDP Administrator

Secretary-General BAN Ki-moon, following consultations with the Executive Board of UNDP, has written to the President of the General Assembly requesting the General Assembly to confirm Helen Clark of New Zealand as the new Administrator of the UNDP for a term of four years.  Miss Clark replaces Mr. more

UNDP Administrator reflects on Haiti, addresses Executive Board

Earlier today UNDP Administrator Helen Clark addressed the first regular session of UNDP’s Executive Board. It was her third statement to the Board since becoming Administrator of UNDP last April. Miss Clark outlined UNDP’s continuing work on the interlinked agendas of climate more

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UNDP Administrator Helen Clark responds to questions from bloggers in a special meeting during the Social Good Summit in New York City at the 92nd Street Y on 21 September 2014. #2030Now, the theme of the two-day Summit, asks the question “What type of world do I want to live in by the year 2030?” and engages a diverse audience in a global conversation on the impact of technology and new media on social good initiatives. Photo: Dylan Lowthian/UNDPUNDP Administrator Helen Clark discusses how technology, innovation, and new media can create valuable opportunities for increased citizen engagement and more inclusive development outcomes in an interview with Devex Assistant Editor Kelli Rogers on the "Step and Repeat" during the Social Good Summit in New York City on 21 September 2014. Photo: Dylan Lowthian/UNDP