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The Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific was launched in Lao PDR today.
More than 200 representatives from the Government and the development partner community took part in today’s Round Table Implementation Meeting (RTIM) to review the country’s development progress and cooperation.
Lao students will be able to study human development as an academic subject thanks to a new textbook launched at the National University of Laos (NUoL) today.
The 69th anniversary of the United Nations was celebrated today at a reception hosted by the UN Country Team in Lao PDR.
The recent developments in the governance sector as well the Sam Sang initiative were key items on the agenda in today’s Governance Sector Working Group meeting at the National Convention Center in Vientiane.
Legislative and institutional provisions will be strengthened to allow for more efficient and effective public administration and service delivery in Lao PDR.
Food and Nutrition Security, among other off-track Millennium Development Goals, continued to be on top of the discussion agenda at this year’s provincial Round Table consultation meeting, held in Saravane from 15th to 17th of September.
One Day at a Time – Alexandra on the Bombie Trail is produced by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Lao PDR in collaboration with the National Regulatory Authority for the UXO/Mine Action Sector (NRA), the Lao National UXO Programme (UXO Lao) and the Lao New Wave Cinema Productions. The film is being launched today in Vientiane as part of an event to mark the fourth anniversary of the Convention on Cluster Munitions entering into force in 2010.
Vientiane –The 2014 Human Development Report titled “Sustaining Human Progress: Reducing Vulnerabilities and Building Resilience” shows that the overall global trend in human development is positive, including in the Lao PDR. However, persistent vulnerability threatens human development worldwide, and unless the risk is systematically addressed, progress will be neither equitable nor sustainable.
Vientiane, 30th June 2014 – The legislative, oversight and representational role of the National Assembly will receive a boost over the next year through a new support project launched today in Vientiane.
United Nations (UN) Resident Coordinator and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Resident Representative, Ms. Kaarina Immonen, presented her credentials to the Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs, His Excellency Dr. Thongloun Sisoulith, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on 18 June, 2014.
An international conference on adaptation to climate change in the agricultural sector opened today in Vientiane. The event, hosted by the National Agriculture and Forestry Research Institute (NAFRI), will bring together participants from various scientific and research institutions as well as other organisations working in the field of agriculture and rural development from the Southeast Asia.