TitleInternational assistance to and cooperation with the Alliance for Sustainable Development of Central America : report of the Secretary-General
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DAA Describes the international cooperation activities of the UNDP and other organs, organizations and programmes of the UN carried out during the period Aug. 2001-Dec. 2002, in support of efforts of the Central American countries to implement a new sustainable development strategy in the region. States that Central America requires continuity in bilateral and multilateral cooperation in 2 priority areas: strengthening of democracy and its institutions and support to the dialogue and consultation process; and overcoming poverty throughout the region. Also states that there is, in particular, a need for firm support and monitoring of the fulfilment of the Peace Agreements in Guatemala, and the full consolidation of the peace process in Central America. Further states that other priority areas requiring international cooperation and assistance in the region as a whole are food security, health care and the promotion of sustainable development and the environment.