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- United Nations Development Group
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For people interested to know more about the ongoing discussion about Somalia, please find here the website of the Somali Joint Needs Assessment (JNA) & the Somali Reconstruction & Development Programme (RDP) conjointly run by the United Nations Development Groups (UNDG) and the World bank: I should leave the final word for today to the courageous U.S.
By the time this article was published, UNDG officials had not responded to a series of questions asked by Fox News to confirm details of the project approval, how many other countries might be added later, and if so, how soon that might happen.
UNDG also had not answered questions about which local bureaucracies were being approached in pilot countries as green "champions," the involvement of other U.N. agencies in the effort, and whether there were any projections available of the future costs of the full program.
It apparently was endorsed last month by a committee of a powerful U.N. internal body known as the United Nations Development Group (UNDG), which brings together 32 U.N. agencies, funds, programs and other institutions involved with economic development.
Documents concerning the green effort were stored on the UNDG website - at least until Fox News asked about them.
The UNDG will monitor their use and make adaptations as needed, based on feedback from the UNCTs.