United Nations Day for South South Cooperation

Marking the tenth United Nations Day for South-South Cooperation, 12 September 2013, Member States and UN officials are highlighting the scaling up of South-South flows of trade, investment, technology, and know-how as an increasingly important dimension of development co-operation.

“More and more developing countries are turning to each other to address development challenges,” said H.E. Ambassador John Ashe, President of the High-level Committee for South-South Cooperation, noting the need for inclusive, responsive and creative solutions and the role of the United Nations Office for South-South Cooperation in ensuring development results.

For more information: United Nations Office for SSC

 

Consultative meeting on Achieving Universal Health Coverage

Last 12 and 13 September health experts met at the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) to take stock of regional advances in the mobilization of universal health coverage, including efforts to expand access to health care with financial protection.

The Consultative Meeting on Achieving Universal Health Coverage in the Americas was organized by PAHO/WHO with collaboration of the Harvard Global Equity Initiative, and with support from the Rockefeller Foundation.

For more information: Consultative Meeting

 

(Español) Centroamérica: Reunión subregional evaluación de programas de recursos humanos para la salud

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