WORLD INFORMATION TRANSFER, INC., in collaboration with the GOVERNMENT OF UGANDA and GOVERNMENT OF INDONESIA Topics to be covered: Wednesday 3:00pm: Spiritual Thursday 10 am: Governmental Thursday 3:00pm: Scientific Friday 10 am: Media Special Guest: James Van Der Beek Speakers Thursday Luncheon Speaker: Dr. Alfredo Sfeir-Younis, World Bank Friday Luncheon Speaker: Cary Granat, President – Dimension Films, Scream H.E. Kofi Annan Secretary-General of the United Nations H.E. Ambassador Semakula Kiwanuka Permanent Representative of Uganda H.E. Dr. Makarim Wibisono Permanent Representative of Indonesia H.E. Ambassador Nina Kovalska Ambasador of Ukraine to Switzerland H.E. Ambassador Betty King Permanent Mission of the U.S.A. to U.N. Professor Umar Fahmi Director-General, Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health of Indonesia Dr. Nitan Desai Under-Secretary General, U.N. DESA Mr. Miles Stoby Assistant Secretary-General for Millennium Assembly, U.N. Dr. Adnan Amin Director, UNEP/RONA Dr. Johan Scholvinck U.N. DESA Ms. Lyutha Al-Mughairy Chief Public Liaison Service UN DPI Dr. F. S. M. Bassani Director, WHO Dr. Maritza Tennassee, PAHO Dr. Ingar Brueggeman Director International Planned Parenthood Dr. Devra Davis, Senior Scientist World Resource Institute Dr. M. El-Banna, Chairman NGO-GEF, UNDP, Egypt Dr. Terry R. Galloway, PresidentIntellergy Dr. Ruth A. Etzel Director Dept. Epidemiology, USA Dr. Chung Hwan Kwak President, Interreligious & International Fed. for World Peace Dr. Mark Robson, Executive Director EOHSI at UMDNJ Dr. William Rom, Director Clinical Research, NYU School of Medicine Dr. Steven Suppan Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, USA Dr. DavidВ Lewis, Visiting Professor University of Georgia Dr. Maria Haralanova, Director NEHAPS, Denmark Mr. Steven Rockefeller, Chairman Earth Charter Charter International Drafting Committee Dr. Iris G. Udasin, Director of Employee Health EOHSI at UMDNJ Invited Conference is free of charge. To attend, Registration is required. An Open Letter from Dr. Christine Durbak, Founder of World Information Transfer February 14, 2000 Dear Colleague: On behalf of World Information Transfer, I have the honor of inviting you to attend our Ninth International Conference on “Health and the Environment: Global Partners for Global Solutions”, on April 26, 27 and 28, 2000 at the United Nations, co-sponsored by the Governments of Uganda and Indonesia. This year’s theme is “Solutions for the Millennium.”As you may be aware, our conferences, held at the United Nations since 1992, are widely acclaimed for their quality of presentations and participants. You will notice from the attached conference agenda that this year’s program contains very important subjects and many distinguished speakers. We would be honored if you are personally able to attend our conference. We would also like to extend this invitation to others whom you feel will benefit from learning about this very important topic. Although our conference is free, due to very strict security requirements at the United Nations, you must register in advance by e-mail or fax only.This letter will serve as your invitation, so please fill in your response below and mail or fax it to us by April 7th, 2000. Sincerely, Dr. Christine K. Durbak, Chair, World Information Transfer, Inc. World Information Transfer, Inc. A Non-Profit NGO in Consultative Status with the United Nations, Promoting Environmental Health 475 Park Ave. South, 22nd Floor New York, NY 10016 Tel: 212-686-1996 Fax: 212-686-2172 Conf. E-Mail:В witnyc@gmail.com

United Nations Headquarters, New York

April 26 to April 28, 2000

(10:00am to 1:00pm & 3:00 to 6:00pm)


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