Helen Clark became the Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme in 2009, and is the first woman to lead the organization. She also chairs the United Nations Development Group.
UNDP Administrator Helen Clark
Helen Clark: Statement at UNGA Special Event on LDCs and Agenda 2030Feb 11, 2016UN Trusteeship Council Chamber - New York, USA
Helen Clark: Statement at the Support Syria and the Region ConferenceFeb 4, 2016Queen Elizabeth II Conference Center - London, United Kingdom
Helen Clark: Closing Remarks to 2016 ECOSOC Youth ForumFeb 2, 2016United Nations - New York, USA
Helen Clark: Speech on 2015 UNDP Human Development Report on WorkJan 27, 2016Cadieux Auditorium - Ottawa, Canada
Helen Clark: Statement to the First Regular Session of the UNDP Executive BoardJan 25, 2016United Nations - New York, USA
Citizen insecurity thwarts Latin America’s development, says UNDPNov 12, 2013The most effective way to reduce citizen insecurity is by improving people’s lives, boosting inclusive economic growth and enhancing security and justice institutions, according to the Regional Human Development Report (HDR) 2013-2014.
UN agencies warn humanitarian needs growing in Syria and region: nearly US$8 billion urgently needed in 2016Jan 12, 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.
“UNDP deeply involved in visionary agenda for sustainable development” – UN Development ChiefSep 1, 2015The new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will guide global development for a generation after they are formally adopted by Heads of States and Governments at the end of this month, the UN Development Programme’s (UNDP) Administrator Helen Clark told the Organization’s governing body today at UN Headquarters.
Moving to zero cases must still be top priority in Ebola-affected countries - UN Development ChiefFeb 18, 2015Freetown - Sierra Leone - At the end of a seven-day visit to Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, the three epicenter countries of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, UNDP Administrator Helen Clark said that moving to zero cases of the disease must remain the top priority response to the outbreak.
As schools re-open in Liberia, UN Development Chief applauds national efforts to stop EbolaFeb 16, 2015Cautioning that the Ebola crisis will not be over until there are zero case, UNDP Administrator Helen Clark commended the Liberian Government and people for their ongoing efforts to contain the Ebola outbreak.
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About Helen Clark
UNDP 2015 to 2016: Turning landmark opportunities into action
Helen Clark at the UNDP Executive Board