Based in: UNDP Project Support Office in Russia (Moscow)
From: Russian Federation
Studied at: Moscow State Art and Cultural University
Languages: Russian, English
I'm Natalia Voronkova, Project Manager in the New Partnerships and Emerging Donors in Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), Istanbul Regional Hub (based in Moscow)
My main areas of expertise:
1. New development partnerships
2. Project Management
3. Human Development
I am responsible for ensuring efficient performance of projects events and coordinating the work of consultants and experts involved in projects implementation.
Some recent achievements
2013-2014 Participated and coordinated, together with the Russia’s G8 Sherpa Office, the World Bank, preparation of the High Level Expert Seminar on Post-2015 Development Agenda in Moscow and the first international expert seminar on the economic agenda for Shanghai Cooperation Organization (together with the Russia’s Ministry of Economic Development and the Russian Foreign Trade Academy); provided liaison/facilitation support to a mini-project on capacity building in the area of sanitary, phytosanitary and veterinary standards in Kyrgyzstan.
2002-2013 Coordinated production of 10 annual National Human Development Reports for Russia and two sub-national HDRs for the Republic of Bashkortostan and Perm Krai jointly with local authorities as well as the Human Development textbook in cooperation with the Moscow State University. One of the national HDR received the UNDP Award for Human Development from the UNDP Administrator.
2008-2012 Coordinated the preparation and launch of the Human Development interactive on-line course and the web-portal with statistics supplements for Russia on the web-site of the Faculty of Economics at Moscow State University.
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