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Ad Hoc Advisory Groups on African Countries emerging from conflict

The Economic and Social Council, in its resolution 2002/1, created a framework for advisory group(s) on African countries emerging from conflict with a view to assessing the humanitarian and economic needs of these countries and elaborating a long-term programme of support that begins with the integration of relief into development. These groups most important function has been their role as advocates for countries that are not at the forefront of foreign assistance. More ...

Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti

In July 2004, at its substantive session, the Economic and Social Council decided to reactivate the Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti (resolution 2004/52 of 23 July 2004). In 1999, the Economic and Social Council, in its resolution 1999/4, had created an Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti mandated to make recommendations on how to ensure that international assistance to Haiti was adequate, coherent, well coordinated and effective. The Group was active during a short period of three months and submitted recommendations (E/1999/103). More ...