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10 Mar 2021
Global CRVS Group elects new Chair for 2021
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Newsletter: CRVS Insight March 2021

Following their recent meeting during the UN Statistical Commission in New York, the Global CRVS Group elected Niall McCann from the United Nations Development Program to serve as Chair for 2021-2022. During UNDP's tenure, they will be tasked with promoting CRVS improvement agendas globally, while maintaining adherence to the Group's central promise to strengthen national CRVS and related systems through coordination and collaboration on global and regional initiatives and exchange of information. Members congratulated and thanked the outgoing Chair, Gloria Mathenge from the Secretariat for the Pacific Community, for all her hard work overseeing activities during the 2020-2021 period. Gloria very successfully managed to highlight the needs of CRVS systems in the Pacific to the global community.

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