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  Executive Board Report 2014    
Richard Dictus, UNV Executive Coordinator (second from right) addressed the UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS Executive Board Annual Session held in Geneva in June.  Looking on to the EC's left is UNV's Deputy Executive Coordinator Rosemary Kalapurakal and, starting from the EC's immediate right, Ms Rekha Thapa, UNDP, Secretary of the Executive Board, Ambassador Peter Thomson, Permanent Representative of Fiji to the UN and President of the EB, and Ms Gina Casar, UNDP Associate Administrator. (UNV, 2014)
Positive reception for UNV report to UNDP Executive Board 2014
08 July 2014
Geneva, Switzerland: After months of preparation, UNV's report to the Executive Board of UNDP, UNFPA and UNOPS Annual Session 2014 in Geneva results in success. Member States decide to continue support for the Special Voluntary Fund and commend UNV's work connecting volunteerism in the Post-2015 debate, building new partnerships and signing MOUs with UN entities and governments. Read
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Ambassador Peter Thomson, Permanent Representative of Fiji to the UN and President of the UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS Executive Board, addressed UNV's reception in Geneva during the Board's annual session in June while UNV Executive Coordinator Richard Dictus looks on. (UNV, 2014)
Partner and Member State Interventions on UNV at Executive Board 2014
08 July 2014
Geneva, Switzerland: During the UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS Executive Board Annual Session 2014, several Members States and some of UNV's partners delivered positive statements about UNV and its contributions to peace and development.   Read
  Executive Board Report 2013    
UNV Report to the UNDP Executive Board 2013
18 September 2013
This Executive Board Report provides an analysis of the three main phases in UNV history, including the principal milestones, from start-up to the present time, to contribute to an understanding of how UNV is situated today in terms of volunteerism and people-centred development, and to provide a solid basis for determining strategic directions for the next four years and beyond, including in relation to its need to deliver results through a predictable and sustainable resource base. Read
Member State Interventions on UNV: Executive Board 2013
17 September 2013
At the UNDP Executive Board meeting on 12 June 2013 several Member States delivered statements on UNV and its contributions to peace and development. Read
  Executive Board Report 2012    
UNV Executive Coordinator: Address to the UNDP Executive Board
27 August 2012
Geneva, Switzerland: On the occasion of UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS Executive Board meeting, 28 June 2012, UNV Executive Coordinator Flavia Pansieri stated that during 2010-2011 "around 7,500 UN Volunteers annually contributed to the strategic objectives of UNDP, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, 22 other United Nations entities, 18 Peacekeeping and Special Political Missions, and peace-building support offices. These UN Volunteers were from 160 different nationalities and engaged in 132 countries, making UNV a truly global programme. UNV continues to recruit high quality UN Volunteers, while pursuing gender balance and geographic distribution." Read
Partner statements on UNV: Executive Board 2012
27 August 2012
Geneva, Switzerland: At the UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS Executive Board meeting on 28 June 2012, several partner organizations and Member States delivered statements on UNV and its contributions to peace and development. Read
UNV Report to the UNDP Executive Board 2012
27 August 2012
The present report provides an overview of results achieved by the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme during the 2010-2011 biennium, in support of programme countries and United Nations organizations in their peace and development efforts, including achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG). It also identifies challenges and opportunities, especially in response to the Five-year Action Agenda of the United Nations Secretary-General. Read
  Previous Executive Board reports    
2010

This report provides an overview of results achieved by the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme during the 2008-2009 biennium, in support of programme countries and United Nations organizations in their efforts towards peace and development, including achievement of the Millennium Development Goals.

Executive Board Report 2010 [pdf]

Statistical and financial overview 2010 [pdf]

2008

This report was provided as advance documentation for the Executive Board biannual session 16-27 June 2008 in Geneva, Switzerland.  It provides an overview of the performance of the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme in 2006-2007, and information on results achieved in areas where UNV is making distinctive contributions to programme countries and United Nations system-wide efforts towards peace and development, including the Millennium Development Goals.
Executive Board Report 2008 [pdf]
Statistical and financial overview 2008 [pdf] 

2006

The 2006 report provides an overview of the performance of the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme during the biennium 2004-2005 through the results framework of the organization, which is aligned to the multi-year funding framework (MYFF) of UNDP. At its core are the areas of distinctive contribution that UNV makes to United Nations system-wide efforts towards achieving the Millennium Development Goals.
Executive Board Report 2006 [pdf]

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