The Conference had over 1500 participants (participants' list)of which about 650 were women and 150 were youth. Participants came from 97 countries across the globe. There was representation from developing countries, least developed countries and developed countries from all five continents. Some of the countries from which participants came included Botswana, Mauritius, Cameroon, Egypt, Ghana, Namibia, South Africa, Armenia, Brunei, Georgia, Nepal, Oman, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Latvia, Lithuania, Serbia, Ukraine, Estonia. Costa Rica, Fiji, Palau, Dominica, Chile, Brazil Burkino Faso, Malawi, Senegal, Japan, Kuwait, Cambodia, Maldives South Korea, Denmark, Greece, Italy, Australia, Canada and the United States to name a few. In addition to participation from 97 countries, there was representation from 40 governments across the world. The governments participated in the special session for the governments which was led by Mr Peter Woods, Department of Environment and Heritage, Government of Australia. About 100 participants were from UNESCO, UNEP and other UN organizations. The Conference participants were from varied backgrounds and included policy makers from the government, health professionals, researchers, communication specialists, field practitioners, educators, youth representatives as well as persons from various UN and other international agencies. Click here to see  country wise representation at the Conference




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