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UNDP Resident Representative meets media, CSOs1 min read

UNDP Pacific Resident Representative.

The United Nations Development Programme’s Pacific Office Resident Representative and Solomon Islands’ Office Country Manager today (Friday 6 March) meet members of the Solomon Islands mainstream media and Civil Society Organisations.

UNDP’s Resident Representative Levan Bouadze was on a weeklong visit to the Solomon Islands during which he held several meetings with various groups and officials.

The meeting with the media today was aimed at providing the media and CSO with the opportunity to learn more about the work and programmes of UNDP in the Pacific, and particularly the Solomon Islands.

UNDP has been a long-standing partner of the private sectors such as the media and CSOs.

UNDP always partner with CSOs to deliver programs that feeds into bigger objectives of the Government.

A lot of Solomon Islanders are well aware of UNDP and the partnership support role it plays to help countries fulfill their strategic plans and policies, but little do people know the overall work and UNDP’s partnership work with Governments.

The interactive meeting ended with questions and answers session.

Mr Bouadze returns to Fiji during the weekend.


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