Remarks by Mr. Nick Beresford: Cambodia Framework Convention on Tobacco Control 2030 Launch
Feb 9, 2018
UNDP Cambodia are very pleased to be a key partner in the FCTC 2030 project. Our interest in the issue stems from the growing recognition that tobacco control is a quintessentially multisectoral development challenge. We see it as being about more than health. While the most direct impacts of tobacco use are in health, the long-term effects extend throughout the Sustainable Development Agenda – from exacerbating inequalities, deepening poverty, slowing economic growth and even compounding environmental damage.
Opening remark by Nick Beresford: Launch of Report on Graduation-Based Social Protection Programmes
Jan 11, 2018
A very good morning to you all. I welcome and thank you for joining this important event, the launch of innovative research on the benefits of adopting graduation-based models of social protection in Cambodia.
Dissemination Event for the Media Code of Conduct for Reporting on Violence Against Women
Dec 4, 2017
A very good morning to you all - and on behalf of UNDP I welcome and thank you for joining this important event – the dissemination of the Media Code of Conduct for Reporting on Violence Against Women.
Welcome Remarks by Napoleon Navarro, Senior Policy Advisor: Launching “Dream Station” a Reality TV Show
Nov 13, 2017
It is my great pleasure to welcome you to the launching of “Dream Station”, the first youth reality TV Show of Klahan9.
Nick Beresford’s opening Remark: Cassava Business and Investment Forum
Nov 7, 2017
It is an honour to speak on behalf of UNDP at the opening of this high-level forum on promoting business and investment in Cambodia’s Cassava industry. It is a pleasure to welcome so many expert speakers and discussants, many of whom are joining us from overseas.
Welcome remark by Nick Beresford: Consultative Workshop on People Living with HIV and Key Population Inclusion in ID Poor Process
Sep 29, 2017
I applaud the commitment of the Royal Government of Cambodia, and our civil societies, development partners and stakeholders, in bringing together and harmonising these two complex areas: people living with HIV and people living in poverty so that all Cambodian citizens can access to social protection and services.
Opening remark by Nick Beresford at Workshop for Judges and Lawyers on the Draft Environment and Natural Resources Code
Jun 8, 2017
The United Nations of Development Programme has been a committed partner with the Ministry of Environment and the National Council for Sustainable Development, in supporting their national effort for implementing key environmental governance reforms including the Environment Code. Once fully achieved, the Environment Code will constitute an important milestone in building the legal framework, policies and programs supportive of sustainable development throughout the Kingdom of Cambodia...
Opening remark by Nick Beresford: International Day for Biological Diversity
May 22, 2017
The United Nations of Development Programme has been a committed partner for the Royal Government of Cambodia, in supporting its national effort for preserving biodiversity and critical ecosystems. We have supported development of a management of Kulen Mountain, and implementation of the Environmental Governance Reform Project and the 3 Rio Conventions project...
Secretary-General remarks at the opening of the Belt and Road Forum [as delivered]
May 14, 2017
While the Belt and Road Initiative and the 2030 Agenda are different in their nature and scope, both have sustainable development as the overarching objective. Both strive to create opportunities, global public goods and win-win cooperation. And both aim to deepen “connectivity” across countries and regions: connectivity in infrastructure, trade, finance, policies and, perhaps most important of all, among peoples...
Sub-national Consultative Meeting: Draft Phnom Kulen National Park Management Plan
Apr 28, 2017
I’m very pleased to join you in this important sub-national consultative meeting. There are some interesting findings and exciting policy suggestions coming from this work and I look forward to a good discussion today.