This is the list of meeting participants for the intergovernmental meeting on Asia-Pacific years of action for applications of space technology and the geographic information system, held in Bangkok, Thailand on 18 to 20 December 2012.
This is the meeting programme for the intergovernmental meeting on Asia-Pacific years of action for applications of space technology and the geographic information system, held in Bangkok, Thailand on 18 to 20 December 2012.
This tool kit was developed in response to requests by people working to build capacity for community-based treatment of young drug users in the Greater Mekong Subregion. It uses relevant examples from the subregion, accessible web-based resources and templates in order to enhance an understanding of the problems many young people face with regard to substance use and related risks. The tool kit aims to provide ‘how to do it’ guides for assessment of individual, group and family counselling interventions that can be applied in community or residential settings.
The Ministerial Segment of the Fifth Asian and Pacific Population Conference was held at Bangkok on 16 and 17 December 2002. It was organized jointly by the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). The main theme of the Fifth Asian and Pacific Population Conference was “Population and poverty in Asia and the Pacific”. The Conference also identified emerging issues, and the links among those issues and development and poverty.
The Fourth Asian and Pacific Population Conference, which was held in Bali, Indonesia, in 1992, highlighted the inextricable link between population dynamics and sustainable development; it demonstrated that population issues are much broader than just family planning. Around that time there were fundamental shifts in the way population issues were being viewed.
Resolution adopted by the General Assembly, 16 November 2000, New York
GA Resolution 55/2 reviews and addresses the problem of HIV/AIDS in all its aspects as well as to secure a global commitment to enhancing coordination and intensification of national, regional and international efforts to combat it in a comprehensive manner.
Resolution adopted by the General Assembly, 18 September 2000, New York
The Millennium Declaration, endorsed by 189 countries, committed nations to a new global partnership to reduce extreme poverty and it set out a series of targets to be reached by 2015. These have become known as the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Goal 6 of the MDGs sets out by 2015 to have halted and begun to reverse the spread of HIV; and to have achieved, by 2010, universal access to treatment for HIV for all those who need it.