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 on the outcome of the Third International Conference on Financing for DevelopmentJul 16, 2015Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Helen Clark: Speech at UNDP-UNDESA Side Event at Third International Conference on Financing for Development. “Small Islands Developing States: Meeting the Challenges of Financing Post-2015”Jul 15, 2015Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Helen Clark: Speech at High-Level Event on “Building a New Vision to Address Long-term and Recurrent Humanitarian Crisis”Jul 14, 2015Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Helen Clark: Talking Points on Side Event on the Role of Data Standards in Mobilising and Monitoring Financing for Development Commitments UN Financing for Development ConferenceJul 14, 2015Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Helen Clark: Statement at Plenary Session of Third International Conference on Financing for DevelopmentJul 13, 2015Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Violence against women is not acceptable and can be preventedNov 25, 2013Every year, at least two million women and girls are trafficked into prostitution, forced slavery, and servitude. Up to 60 percent of women experience some form of physical or sexual abuse during their lifetime.
Australia and UNDP delivering results for the regionNov 24, 2014Australia will provide more than $21 million to UNDP this year to support its vital work around the world. Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop met today United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Administrator Helen Clark to discuss how Australia and UNDP can further collaborate to reduce poverty, empower women and build stronger democratic institutions.
Linking humanitarian, development and climate finance is critical for fragile and conflict-affected States Jul 10, 2014Three sources of finance - humanitarian, development and climate finance - play a critical role in supporting recovery efforts in fragile and conflict-affected countries, says a report launched today by Helen Clark, Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Chair of the United Nations Development Group (UNDG).
New development financing framework must take into account emerging global challenges and be risk-informed, says UN Development Chief Jul 13, 2015Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — The new financing framework due to be agreed at Addis Ababa for the universal post-2015 development agenda needs to be bold and transformative in supporting countries to tackle the challenges of eradicating poverty, environmental degradation, vulnerability to natural hazards, and protracted conflicts, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Administrator Helen Clark, said today.
International community pledges more than five billion dollars to help recovery of Ebola-affected countriesJul 10, 2015The international community has pledged more than five billion dollars to support Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone in their efforts to recover from the devastating effects of Ebola, at a high level United Nations Conference in New York today (Friday).
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Visit to Ebola-affected Countries: Sierra Leone