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    Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur is an accredited non-governmental organization (NGO) at the United Nations since 2001.
  • Sister Grace Amarachi Ezeonu, main representative of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur at the UN, follows issues related to poverty eradication, migration, rights of women and girls, sustainable development, financing for development, education, and eradication of human trafficking.
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ANNUAL MINISTERIAL REVIEW: PROGRESS ON INTERNATIONAL GOALS

Each year the United Nations Economic and Social Council holds an annual ministerial review. As part of this process, various countries volunteer to share about progress made on national levels in implementing international goals, including the Millennium Development Goals. Among them this year were Brazil and Kenya, two countries in which the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur minister. Both countries focused on specific initiatives by which they have promoted full employment and productive capacity, essential for achieving poverty eradication, and acknowledged the many difficulties still ahead. 

Brazil Annual Ministerial Review Webcast — in Portuguese and English; followed by commentary and challenge from South Africa, Argentina, and Sweden
webtv.un.org/meetings-events/economic-and-social-council/high-level-segment/2012/watch/mario-barbosa-brazil-annual-ministerial-review-national-voluntary-presentations-ecosoc-high-level-segment-2012/1717376706001

Kenya Annual Ministerial Review Webcast — in English; followed by commentary and challenge from India, Uganda, and the ILO (International Labor Organization)
webtv.un.org/meetings-events/economic-and-social-council/high-level-segment/2012/watch/john-munyes-kiyonga-kenya-annual-ministerial-review-national-voluntary-presentations-ecosoc-high-level-segment-2012/1719670010001

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