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16 Mar 2017
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These are presentations from session six of the meeting on Strengthening Railway Transport Connectivity in South and South-West Asia, held in New Delhi, India on 15 to 16 March 2017.

1. Rail and Multi-Modal Operations: A Logistics Business Perspective delivered by Pritam Banerjee, Senior Director, Corporate Public Policy, South Asia, Deutsche Post DHL

2. Strengthening Transport Connectivity in South Asia delivered by Sanjay Swarup
Director (International Marketing & Operations), Container Corporation of India Limited (CONCOR)

 
16 Mar 2017
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These are presentations from session five of the meeting on Strengthening Railway Transport Connectivity in South and South-West Asia, held in New Delhi, India on 15 to 16 March 2017.

1. An Integrated Regional Rail Network: An idea that beckons countries to break their mental barriers delivered by Raghu Dayal, Asian Institute of Transport Development

2. Railway Connectivity in South and South-West Asia: Plans and Prospects delivered by Manoj Singh, Adviser (Transport), NITI Aayog

3. Presentation delivered by S.M. Nazmul Hasan, Director, BIMSTEC Secretariat

 
16 Mar 2017
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These are presentations from session three and four of the meeting on Strengthening Railway Transport Connectivity in South and South-West Asia, held in New Delhi, India on 15 to 16 March 2017.

Session 3:
1. Organisation for Co-operation of Railways delivered by Zurab Kozmava, Expert of the OSJD Commission for Transport Policy and Development Strategy

2. Presentation delivered by Aian Mamytov, Specialist of OSJD Commission on Transport Policy and Development Strategy

 
15 Mar 2017
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These are country presentations from session two of the meeting on Strengthening Railway Transport Connectivity in South and South-West Asia, held in New Delhi, India on 15 to 16 March 2017.

1. Afghanistan: Development Plan of Afghanistan Railway Network and Regional Connectivity delivered by Mirwais Ghafori, Afghanistan Railway Authority

2. Bangladesh: Bangladesh Railway on the Current Status and Challenges to Facilitation of International Railway Transport delivered by Syed Zahurul Islam, Director (Traffic), Bangladesh Railway

 
15 Mar 2017
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These are presentations from session one of the meeting on Strengthening Railway Transport Connectivity in South and South-West Asia, held in New Delhi, India on 15 to 16 March 2017.

1. Transport Trunk Corridor and Feeder Network Model – Developing a Master Plan delivered by Saroj Ayush, ESCAP-SSWA

2. ESCAP Regional Cooperation Framework for Facilitation of International Railway Transport delivered by Sandeep Raj Jain, Transport Division, ESCAP

3. Draft Study on Border Crossing Practices In Railway Transport delivered by Goran Andreev, Transport Division, ESCAP

 
30 Mar 2017
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28 Mar 2017
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This presentation is under Session 3 (Effective partnerships to support national efforts in developing and implementing national indicator frameworks) of the Asia-Pacific Conference: Taking Collective Action to Accelerate Transformation of Official Statistics for Agenda 2030, Bangkok, 27–28 March 2017.

It was presented by Ms Sharita Serrao Statistician, ESCAP Statistics Division.

 
27 Mar 2017
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This presentation is under item"Special issues session: SDGs for cities" (Session 2: Developing and implementing national indicator frameworks to drive national SDG implementation: Further reflections) of the Asia-Pacific Conference: Taking Collective Action to Accelerate Transformation of Official Statistics for Agenda 2030, Bangkok, 27–28 March 2017.

It was presented by Ms Stephany Tan, City Mayor, City Government of Catbalogan, Samar, Philippines.

 
28 Mar 2017
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This is a Group 2 presentation under Session 2 (Developing and implementing national indicator frameworks to drive national SDG implementation: Further reflections) of the Asia-Pacific Conference: Taking Collective Action to Accelerate Transformation of Official Statistics for Agenda 2030, Bangkok, 27–28 March 2017.

It was presented by Mr Arman Bidarbakht Nia, Statistician, ESCAP Statistics Division.

 
27 Mar 2017
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Concept Notes of the APFSD 2017 Side Events, 29-31 March 2017, UNCC, Bangkok

Voluntary National Review – Learning Cafe
Date: Wednesday, 29 March 2017
Venue: Pavilion of Partnership / Engagement Space
Time: 15:30 – 17:30

The importance of Civil Registration and Vital Statistics (CRVS) to eradicate poverty in Asia and the Pacific
Date: Thursday, 30 March 2017
Venue: Meeting Room F
Time: 12:15 – 13:30

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