Administrator of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Helen Clark will visit Vietnam on March 21-23 to focus on issues facing Vietnam’s development.
Clark will give a speeches at the International Conference “Economic Reforms for Inclusive and Sustainable Growth: International Experience and Lessons for Viet Nam” in Hanoi on March 24-25.
The event aims to bring international issues and experiences to assist Vietnam in developing the economy, the State of Enterprises, banking sector, industrial and agriculture development, and international integration in its pursuit for more inclusive and sustainable growth.
She will visit Ho Chi Minh City on March 21 to observe poverty amongst migrant workers and devise plans to address these issues. She will then travel to Tra Vinh Province and Can Tho City on March 22.