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Bringing the countryside to the office - the wonderful world of an animal artist & her photographer partner, Muddy Wellies. She was New Zealand's fifth-longest-serving prime minister, and the second woman to hold that office. Helen Clark, (born February 26, 1950, Hamilton, New Zealand), New Zealand politician who was prime minister (1999–2008). When UNDP Administrator Helen Clark toured China on a mission in late August, two national UN Volunteers greeted her during her field visit to a pilot sustainable forest management project site in Koutou, a village near Beijing. Watch the video. Helen Elizabeth Clark ONZ SSI PC (born 26 February 1950) is a New Zealand politician who served as the 37th Prime Minister of New Zealand from 1999 to 2008, and was the Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme from 2009 to 2017. Former Primer Minister of New Zealand, former UNDP Administrator, Patron of The Helen Clark Foundation. Read more. Ms. Clark also expressed appreciation to all UN Volunteers in China for their efforts to support sustainable natural resource management in the country. During an August mission to China, UNDP Administrator Helen Clark asked the two UN Volunteers who greeted her, about their roles serving a UNDP-Macao pilot sustainable forestry management project outside Beijing.
Clark pointed out that both her 2002 and 2005 confidence and supply agreements with United Future expressly promised the Government would not move to change the legal status of cannabis. Helen Clark, a former Prime Minister of New Zealand, is a former Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme. Helen Clark, a former Prime Minister of New Zealand, is a former Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme. Helen Clark Global Leader in Sustainable Development and Gender … 101K likes. Helen Clark ... &Green Fund Other International Commitments Honorary Doctorates Books Women Equality Power Other Books Film & TV My Year With Helen Helen Clark: The Road to Power TV Archives About About Contact. She was the first woman in New Zealand to hold the office of prime minister immediately following an election.