Sustainable Development Networking Programme - UNDP (SDNP)
Programme du Réseau du développement durable - PNUD (PRDD)
Programa Red de Desarrollo Sostenible - PNUD (PRDS)
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within the framework of E-XE3382 - UNDP, as a direct result of S-XF2327 - United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), Jun 1992, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), following a proposal, 17 Jan 1991, Moscow (USSR), at Global Forum on Environment and Development for Survival. Previously referred to as UNDP Sustainable Development Network (SDN).
As an information network: improve the way people in developing countries live, work and communicate by increasing access to information, particularly on sustainable development issues links source and users of information on sustainable human development; provide an enabling and empowering environment for all stakeholders in a nation's sustainable development to become more actively involved in the process; put information-rich and information-poor countries on a level footing in the information field.
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Operational sites in over 30 developing countries. E-XK1810 - Small Island Developing States Network (SIDSnet) connects 42 small island nations through the internet on issues related to sustainable development.
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