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2 Mar 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

The following key messages and recommendations emerged from the discussions:
- Technology access
- Strengthening the evidence base for development effectiveness
- Financing for a post-2015 Development Agenda
- Role of Governments and development partners

 
2 Mar 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

Key Messages and Recommendations on South Asia’s development priorities:

 
2 Mar 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

The following recommendations emerged from the discussions:
- Technology access and trade facilitation
- Strengthening the evidence base for development effectiveness
- Financing for a post-2015 Development Agenda
- Monitoring and Accountability Framework for post 2015 Development Agenda

 
27 Feb 2015
Official documents

This document comes from the Second Session of the Working Group on the Asian and Pacific Decade of Persons with Disabilities, 2013-2022, to be held in New Delhi during 2-3 March 2015.

 
27 Feb 2015
Official documents

This document comes from the Second Session of the Working Group on the Asian and Pacific Decade of Persons with Disabilities, 2013-2022, to be held in New Delhi during 2-3 March 2015.

 
27 Feb 2015
Official documents

This document comes from the Second Session of the Working Group on the Asian and Pacific Decade of Persons with Disabilities, 2013-2022, to be held in New Delhi during 2-3 March 2015.

 
27 Feb 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

Presentation by Mr. Mario Pezzini for MPDD Seminar Series on "Shifting Wealth: Economic & Social Challenges, a Regional Comparison”, Friday, 27 February 2015, Bangkok, Thailand.

 
26 Feb 2015
Official documents

This document comes from the Second Session of the Working Group on the Asian and Pacific Decade of Persons with Disabilities, 2013-2022, to be held in New Delhi during 2-3 March 2015.

 
25 Feb 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

Discussion paper: Valuing the sustainable development co-benefits of climate change mitigation actions: The case of the waste sector and recommendations for the design of nationally appropriate mitigation actions (NAMAs)

 
25 Feb 2015
Public information and advocacy materials

The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) has been promoting decentralized and Integrated Resource Recovery Centers (IRRCs) in secondary cities and small towns in Asia-Pacific with an objective to recover value from waste and provide livelihood opportunities to the urban poor. The IRRC model uses simple technology, is low cost and aims at financially viability by converting organic waste into compost and valorizing recyclable waste, made possible through the separation of waste at source.

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