Wednesday, January 23, 2013

New Zealand Media continues coverage of Helen Clark's epic failures at UNDP

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The Real Cure For Poverty Is Growth

By Dr Muriel Newman

Last week former Prime Minister Helen Clark was subjected to a scathing review of the United Nations Development Programme that she has run since 2009.[1] The evaluation was carried out by her own executive board and covered the last two years of operation. It paints a picture of a confused organisation that is failing to achieve its goal of global poverty reduction despite spending more than US$8.5 billion between 2004 and 2011. The report was essentially a performance review of Helen Clark. It warned that the UNDP had underachieved in a wide range of areas including failing to properly evaluate the success of its poverty reduction initiatives, failing to share good ideas between its 162 country offices, and failing to ensure that worthwhile pilot programmes were expanded to maximise their benefits.

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1 comment:

thor42 said...

**Good on you, UNDPwatch!**

I am from New Zealand, and I apologise for our country foisting the USELESS, corrupt and scheming Helen Clark onto the world.

What a "surprise" it was to see that the UNDP is as useless as "tits on a bull" (as we would say down here...).