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24 Mar 2016
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Concept Note - Session 4
First High-Level Follow-up Dialogue on Financing for Development in Asia and the Pacific
30-31 March 2016

 
24 Mar 2016
Public information and advocacy materials

Concept Note - Session 3
First High-Level Follow-up Dialogue on Financing for Development in Asia and the Pacific
30-31 March 2016

 
24 Mar 2016
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Concept Note - Session 2
First High-Level Follow-up Dialogue on Financing for Development in Asia and the Pacific
30-31 March 2016

 
24 Mar 2016
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Concept Note - Session 1
First High-Level Follow-up Dialogue on Financing for Development in Asia and the Pacific
30-31 March 2016

 
24 Mar 2016
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Abstracts of Discussion Papers for the First High-Level Follow-up Dialogue on Financing for Development in Asia and the Pacific, 30-31 March 2016

 
28 Mar 2016
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Annotated Programme for the First High-Level Follow-up Dialogue on Financing for Development in Asia and the Pacific, 30-31 March 2016

 
24 Mar 2016
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Annotated Programme for the First High-Level Follow-up Dialogue on Financing for Development in Asia and the Pacific, 30-31 March 2016

 
24 Mar 2016
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Short programme of the First High-Level Follow-up Dialogue on Financing for Development in Asia and the Pacific, 30-31 March 2016

 
24 Mar 2016
Public information and advocacy materials

South-South and Triangular cooperation (SSTDC) is needed to encourage global partnership and solidarity to transform the
conditions of the countries with special needs. There are several areas in which SSTDC is likely to contribute to helping countries
graduate from LDC, LLDC, and/or SIDS status, including through becoming partners in development, sharing experiences in
good practice, capacity building and the strengthening of networks. This paper provides a review of current SSTDC in the region,

 
24 Mar 2016
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The Paris Agreement concluded a decade-long struggle to agree on a comprehensive global climate agreement, and for the
first time ever, all the 195 Parties to the UNFCCC signed on to it. The Agreement sends a clear signal to make all financial flows
consistent with a pathway towards low-carbon, climate-resilient development and to shift investments away from activities that are
incompatible with achieving the temperature goals. Although the Paris Agreement makes significant progress, lots of work remains.

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