The Chancellor of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza, held a working meeting on Monday with Peter Grohman, representative of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), and Rafael Ramírez Mesec, representative of the United Nations Fund for Children (Unicef) in Venezuela.
The information was released by the Chancellory through its Twitter account.
“#PHOTOS Work meeting between Chancellor @jaarreaza and the representatives Peter Grohmann of the United Nations Development Program #PNUD and Rafael Ramírez Mesec of the United Nations Fund for Children #Unicef, in Venezuela. # DialogueAndPeaceXVenezuela”
14:20 – 29 Jan 2018
The UN have a presence in Venezuela since 1954 through the United Nations Expanded Program for Technical Assistance, an alliance that since 1971 became the UNDP. UNICEF, for its part, has been working in the country since 1991 under the framework of a Country Program that includes cooperation in health, education and comprehensive protection of children and adolescents.
The functions of UNDP in the country are based on providing technical assistance aimed at capacity development and knowledge management with a multidimensional approach; To generate national capacities and transfer knowledge; and promoting alliances between different development actors for the multidimensional integration of thematic areas in the construction of sustainable livelihoods, access and quality of basic services and comprehensive risk management.