Partners in Population and Development (PPD)
1994-09-05 Cairo Egypt
Founded 5-13 Sep 1994, Cairo (Egypt), as an alliance of developing countries, to do the follow up of the Program of Action of the International Conference for Population and Development. Subsequently also called: Partners in Population and Development - A South-South Initiative. Current full title: Partners in Population and Development (PPD) - An Intergovernmental Organization for Promoting South-South Cooperation.
Promote south to south collaboration in the area of population and development issues.
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Board (meets annually); Executive Committee; Secretariat in Dhaka (Bangladesh); regional office in Kampala (Uganda); Programme Office in Taicang (China); Liaison Office to the UN in New York NY (USA); Partners Country Coordinators (PCCs).
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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