Design-thinking, foresight and innovation are headline acts as UNDP Asia-Pacific rolls out new plan for the Sustainable Development Goals
Tech innovations, the latest thinking in global development and United Nations Development Programme's new Strategic Plan were the order of the day, as the agency's senior leadership in Asia and the Pacific gathered in Bangkok this week to reimagine the pathways to a sustainable planet without poverty.
Joseph D’Cruz, UNDP Senior Advisor, Strategy and Planning; and Francine Pickup Deputy Country Director for UNDP in Indonesia, discuss UNDP’s new Strategic Plan, and Platform Thinking to support countries across the world, to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
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