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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.
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.
Ms. Renata Dessallien, UNDP Resident Representative in China, delivered a speech at the opening ceremony. She stressed the deep linkages between development and humanitarian work and expressed hope that the two would have “a long and happy marriage”.
The inception workshop for a joint research project by the Development Research Centre (DRC) of the State Council and UNDP was held on 6 May 2013 at the UN Compound in Beijing. The study - entitled "Strategies to Promote an Integrated, Coordinated and Equitable Social Welfare System in China" - aims to provide policy recommendations for addressing social fragmentation and several other key issues with the country's social welfare system. It is a continuation of UNDP's longstanding efforts to assist the Chinese government to tackle inequality.
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.
While many reports have been written on Pacific Island countries, few have highlighted the immense opportunities for collaboration in these countries. But that is exactly what the Development of Pacific Island Countries Report has done.
The China-Cambodia-UNDP trilateral cassava project, the first pilot trilateral cooperation project between China and UNDP, successfully completed Phase II with a week-long “Business-Matching” mission. From September 15th to 22nd, the Cambodian delegation met with relevant Chinese government officials, representatives from the local cassava companies and experts in Nanning and Fangchenggang, Guangxi province.
A week long initiative called the China-Bangladesh Urban Solutions Lab kicked off at the UN compound on September 22nd. The Lab came about as a result of a meeting on solutions to reduce urban poverty between China and a number of other developing countries in October 2013.
The importance of strengthening community resilience in vulnerable areas is playing a much larger role in both China’s and the UNDP’s next five year plan. Addressing the needs of the most vulnerable populations is a key requisite in building and maintaining a strong, equitable and resilient nation.