This is the final report of the Expert Group Meeting (EGM) on Geo-referenced Information Systems for Disaster Risk Management (Geo-DRM) and Sustaining the Community of Practice (COP), held 23 to 25 April 2014 at Bangkok and Pathumthani, Thailand.
This is the Bengali language version of the Asia-Pacific trade brief for Bangladesh. It covers recent trends and developments in trade and investment. It has been produced as an accompaniment to the Asia-Pacific Trade and Investment Report 2014.
Participation is by invitation and experts are also invited to apply online [ http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1819102/EGM] (limited spaces and funding available) by 12 October 2014. To complete the application please submit your most recent CV to Ms. Nobue Amanuma ([email protected]) with a copy to Ms. Napidchaya Pichedtanavanich ([email protected]) by 12 October 2014. Please refer to the attached call for participation for more details.
This is the Khmer language version of the Asia-Pacific trade brief for Cambodia. It covers recent trends and developments in trade and investment. It has been produced as an accompaniment to the Asia-Pacific Trade and Investment Report 2014.
As the UN marked the final 500 days of its Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in August, the global conversation on the post-2015 development agenda enormously contributed to shaping the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In the same month, the Asia-Pacific leaders gathered at ESCAP Headquarters in Bangkok for the annual policy session of the second phase of the 70th Commission.
This is a presentation on Open Access, Incentives and Superhighway by Mr. David Butcher, Manager, David Butcher and Associates, New Zealand, for the Expert Consultation on the Asia-Pacific Information Superhighway and Regional Connectivity in Paro, Bhutan, on 1 to 2 October 2014.