Remarks by Musinga T. Bandora, UN Resident Coordinator at the opening of the Cabinet Ministers Induction Seminar under the theme: “Promoting Innovative Approaches and Synergies for Sustainable Economic Growth in Namibia”Mar 9, 2015It is indeed an honor and privilege to have been invited to attend and deliver a few remarks on this historic occasion of the opening of the Ministerial Induction Seminar for the Third Phase Government of Namibia.
UNDP Administrator Helen Clark Statement on International Women’s DayMar 8, 2015This week, the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women will commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action, which remains the world’s best blueprint for achieving gender equality and empowering women.
Speech by Musinga T. Bandora, UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative at the commemoration of the International Human Rights Day Dec 9, 2014It is great honour for me to have been invited to be part of the joint launch of the 1st Namibia Human Rights Action Plan and the commemoration of the 2014 International Human Rights Day that is due tomorrow the 10th.
Opening remarks by UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative at the Conference on “Popular Culture and Youth Involvement in Africa”Dec 4, 2014I am delighted to take part in this conference on popular culture, understanding what it is and how we can leverage its immense and pervasive power to promote human development and specifically to fight against HIV and AIDs and Gender based violence. Allow me to thank the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Namibia and Prof. Fikeni Senkoro of the UNAM Language Centre for organising this conference. UNDP is glad to have been given the opportunity of partnership and of funding the conference.
Statement by UNDP Administrator Helen Clark International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against WomenNov 25, 2014Violence against women and girls appears all too often in headlines across the world. But along with the cases that make the news are many thousands of other incidents occurring every day, on every continent, and in every country.
Statement by Mr. Musinga T. Bandora, UN Resident Coordinator in Namibia during the commemoration of the 69th Anniversary of the founding of the United Nations-UN DayOct 24, 2014A warm welcome -to you all- to the commemoration of the 69th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations-UN Day 2014. A special welcome to Dr. Theo -Ben Gurirab, the Honorable Speaker of the National Assembly and to Ambassador Selma Ashipala-Musavyi-Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Speech by Musinga T. Bandora, UN Resident Coordinator at the commemoration of the International Day of DemocracySep 15, 2014Honorable Speaker, Honorable Ministers and Members of Parliament, Honorable Judge President, Youth, Ladies and Gentlemen It is great honor for me to have been invited to be part of the observance by the Namibian Parliament of the 2014 International Democracy Day under the theme, “Engaging the Youth”
Opening Remarks by Musinga T. Bandora-UNDP Resident Representative in Namibia:Launch of the 2014 Human Development Report titled “Sustaining Human Progress: Reducing Vulnerabilities and Building Resilience” Aug 13, 2014I wish to begin by expressing my gratitude to all of you for having made time to attend the occasion of the launch of this year’s Human Development Report. In particular, I wish to thank, Hon Tom Alweendo, for accepting to preside over this event.
Remarks by Mr. Musinga T. Bandora-UNDP Resident Representative at the 2nd Namibia National Conference on Gender Based ViolenceJul 4, 2014It is an honour to have been invited to speak at this second national conference on gender based violence and I would like to commend the Government of the Republic of Namibia, for its leadership and commitment to addressing this problem.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon: remarks at the ceremony for the official inauguration of the United Nations House in NamibiaJun 24, 2014On behalf of the United Nations, I would like to thank the people and the Government of Namibia for this gift to the United Nations. The UN has a valuable history with the Namibian people. I am pleased to be here today to write another chapter in our cooperation. I am also here to show my personal commitment to strengthening UN engagement with the country.
- UNDP Resident Representative & UN Resident Coordinator Mr. Musinga Bandora bids farewell to Namibia in a media briefing as he wraps up his final week at the office. 18 June AT 05:02 AM
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