The holidays are on the docket for 2016.
The World Health Organization is preparing to announce a global calendar for the first time in 2019, which will be the year of the holidays.
As well, the UN is planning to introduce new holidays in 2018.
The new calendar will be based on the WHO’s 2030 global plan, which aims to increase the number of people in poor countries and build sustainable development for everyone.
The WHO has said it hopes to get to the 2030 goal of eliminating extreme poverty by 2030, but the WHO also has a long way to go to achieve that goal.
So far, it has already said that global population growth will still need to be curbed in order to reach that target.
However, WHO’s chief Margaret Chan has said that her agency is committed to the goal of a sustainable global development system and that the 2030 global goal will be achieved through a coordinated, inclusive, and inclusive approach.
Chan also said that the WHO is aiming to bring its global plan to all 190 member countries by 2019.””
But we also know that our goals for 2030 have not changed,” Chan said at a UN conference in Vienna on December 4.
Chan also said that the WHO is aiming to bring its global plan to all 190 member countries by 2019.
“We know that in many countries there is an appetite for the WHO to be more inclusive.
It will help us do that,” Chan told reporters.
Chan is in Vienna to address the UN Conference on Sustainable Development, which is expected to bring together the heads of major development agencies and international organizations.
She also said the WHO has begun a process to develop a global strategy for ending extreme poverty, which includes measures to reduce the number and severity of diseases and the incidence of malnutrition.
The UN is also in the process of setting up a new body, the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), to coordinate global efforts to tackle poverty.
Chan said the MDGs will have to be developed with cooperation between different stakeholders, but she said it will also include “social capital.”
“I want to make sure that it is a platform for social capital building, so that we have an understanding of what is really needed to achieve our MDGs goals, and to build trust between the different stakeholders,” Chan explained.
Chan’s remarks are likely to further complicate the already fraught diplomatic relationship between China and the UN, which has been strained over a range of issues from China’s alleged use of force in Tibet to the alleged murder of a Chinese dissident.
Chan made her remarks at a press conference with UN Secretary-General António Guterres in Vienna.
She said the new calendar was part of the UN’s plan to “strengthen the MDG approach, to make it more inclusive and to provide more social capital.”
“The 2030 calendar is a starting point, it is not the final decision.
We want to go beyond 2030 and look forward,” Chan added.
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