Then U.N. Correspondents Association held an embargoed press briefing with Save the Children and World Health Organization (WHO) to launch their annual report State of the World’s Mothers 2015 report: The Urban Disadvantage, on Thursday, April 30th in the UNCA Meeting Room S-310.
Carolyn Miles, President and CEO of Save the Children (top photo on far left)
Werner Obermeyer, Deputy Executive Director of the World Health Organization office at UN Headquarters in New York (top photo, third from left)
Robert Clay, Vice President of Global Health for Save the Children, also attended at took questions from journalists. (top photo, second from left)
The report was released globally on May 5th, 2015 at 12:01AM GMT.
To download the report visit : www.savethechildren.org/mothers
For Press kit: http://thesocialpresskit.com/savethechildren/
Don't think they seriously considered other candidates. While he was shortlisted, was not approached directly by admin. 1/2 twitter.com/charnyj/status…
@columlynch Biggest surprise in yr piece was that Natsios --- a Bushie through + through --- was a candidate. He would have been excellent.— Joel Charny (@CharnyJ) March 25, 2017
He will also have plenty of help from American ag industry, and shippers who make a lot of money through wfp twitter.com/emmadaly/statu…
He has no experience running an international relief agency but his political connections may help WFP escape cuts https://t.co/nBWELKmYAg— EmmaDaly (@EmmaDaly) March 25, 2017