Annotated programme of the Monitoring the Sustainable Development Goals: Meeting to identify Asia-Pacific regional and sub-regional priorities, Bangkok, 21 September 2015. The documents was prepared by ESCAP Statistics Division.
Concept Note of the Monitoring the Sustainable Development Goals: Meeting to identify Asia-Pacific regional and sub-regional priorities, Bangkok, 21 September 2015. The documents was prepared by ESCAP Statistics Division.
This Stats Brief outlines the need to enhance commitments and investments to strengthen gender statistics and indicators in the Asia-Pacific region in order to facilitate monitoring of the Sustainable Development Goals and other national, regional and global commitments towards achieving gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls.
This is an annotated provisional agenda for the 19th Session of the Intergovernmental Consultative Committee (ICC) on Regional Space Applications Programme for Sustainable Development (RESAP), organized by ESCAP on 26 to 29 October 2015 and held at the United Nations Conference Centre (UNCC) in Bangkok, Thailand.
The nexus approach aims at integrated planning and management processes of the key sectors of energy, water and food security, and this can contribute substantially to the long-term sustainable development of rapidly growing cities in the region. The 1-pager flyer on the partner cities as listed below attempt to provide an overview of the progress in the cities in terms of issues addressed and the impacts created.
Preparation of this report was led by Adam Heal, Associate Economic Affairs Officer, Trade and Investment Division, United Nations ESCAP. The report was initially prepared as a background paper
for the ESCAP Regional Dialogue on “Strengthening Trade and Economic Ties between Afghanistan and Central Asia" held in Almaty, Kazakhstan on 10-11th March 2015 and organized by the ESCAP
subregional office for North and Central Asia in partnership with the Russian Federation and hosted by the Government of Kazakhstan.
Doing Business in Afghanistan presents an overview of the business environment available for foreign investors in Afghanistan and identifies the types of sectors and products that have a potential for growth.The publication is an update of an earlier one prepared by the South and South-West Asia Office of UNESCAP to serve as a background document for the International Conference on Doing Business in Afghanistan hosted by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) in New Delhi,India on 18-19 November 2013. This edition updates information on
This agenda relates to the South-East Asia Workshop on Advancing Accountability and Strengthening Statistics for Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment, to be held on 9-11 September 2015 in Bangkok, Thailand.