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: Speech at side-event on “Timor-Leste and U.N. Relations: Achievements and the Way Forward”Sep 30, 2015United Nations - New York, USA
Helen Clark: Remarks at the launch of the Digital Good PlatformSep 29, 2015Jade Room, Waldorf Astoria Hotel - New York, USA
Helen Clark: Speech at High Level Event: Empowering Women in Climate ActionSep 29, 2015United Nations - New York, USA
Helen Clark: Speech at the launch of the Central African Forest Initiative (CAFI)Sep 29, 2015New York, USA
Helen Clark: Speech at ‘Underlining the link between Climate and Development and Identifying Practical Solutions for Both’Sep 29, 2015United Nations - New York, USA
Big strides on Millennium Development Goals with more targets achievable by 2015: UN reportJul 1, 2013With some of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) already met, more targets are within reach by the 2015 target date, while challenges to achieving others must be urgently addressed, according to a new report launched today by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
UNDP seeks support to help alleviate the suffering of the Syrian people and host communitiesJun 7, 2013New York/Geneva - US$60 million needed to step up United Nations Development Programme emergency livelihoods response in Syria, Lebanon and Jordan.
Myanmar progress inevitable, biggest challenge is poverty, UN Development Chief SaysJun 6, 2013Nay Pyi Taw – Ending poverty is Myanmar’s biggest challenge going forward, but the South-east Asian country’s progress is inevitable, UN Development Programme Administrator Helen Clark said today.
In Yokohama, a show of support for Africa’s development agenda as Japan pledges US$32 billionJun 3, 2013Yokohama - As the Tokyo International Conference for African Development (TICAD V) drew to a close, leaders from 50 African countries and international partners vowed to work hand in hand to deliver quality growth and sustainable development to Africa.
Resilience: the key for sustainable growth and prosperity in AfricaJun 2, 2013Yokohama – Building resilience to disasters and climate change will not only protect the fruits of development in Africa, but is also necessary to further propel inclusive growth in the continent, global leaders meeting in Japan agreed on Sunday.
About Helen Clark
2015: A Year of Development Challenges & Opportunities in a Changing World
Helen Clark at the UNDP Executive Board
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Visit to Ebola-affected Countries: Sierra Leone