UNews Weekly Video Podcast - Episode 12
29th April 2013
In this episode, PR and Outreach Specialist Zakiya Abdurazakova of the UN Joint Programme ‘Sustaining Livelihoods Affected by the Aral Sea Disaster’ discusses a recent official visit to the region. National Consultant of the UNDP ‘Budget System Reform in Uzbekistan’ project Sanjar Babaev discusses the importance of localised budgeting for human development, while UNDP staff Stanislav Bitiev and Komila Rakhimova share their experiences of cycling to work. Alfiya Musina, Head of the Border Management Programme in Central Asia, explains the importance of the initiative.
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