Successfully developed two UNEP’s ong-term strategies on the integrating environmental considerations in sports and other mass-spectator events and on engaging children and youth in environmental activities, both adopted by UN member state at the UNEP Governing Council in 2003.
Led and supervised a project team of 10 staffat UNEP headquarters and in Regional Offices for the implementation of the strategies.
Developed programmes and Projects and provided administrative overview for the implementation of the long-term strategies.Also ensured that the projects are implemented on time and within budget.
Successfully organized two Global Forum for Sport and Environment and five International Children and Youth Conferences
-1997 UNEP Global Youth Forum in Seoul, Korea;
-1998 International Children’s Conference in Nairobi, Kenya;
-2000 International Children’s Conference, Eastbourne, UK;
-2001 Global Forum for Sport and the Environment, Tokyo, Japan
-2002 International Children’s Conference, Victoria BC, Canada;
-2003 Tunza International Youth Conference, Dubna, Russia;
-2003 Global Forum for Sport and the Environment, Tokyo, Japan.
Successfully fundraised with the local organizing committees US$ 1.2 million for each of the International Children’s Conference in 2000 and 2002.
Engaged sport organizations on the integration of environmental considerations in their activities.
Represented UNEP in the UN Inter-Agency Coordination Committee on Youth Policies and Programmes and engaging other UN entities on promoting joint youth programmes and activities in the UN.
Developed and led the implementation of four agreements with host of children and youth conferences (in Seoul, Korea, 1997; Eastbourne, UK, 2000; Victoria BC, Canada, 2002; and Dubna, Russia, 2003).
Coordinated the development of global and regional networks for children and youth and sport organizations.