Minister of Development Cooperation Albert Koenders of Netherlands

various fields and his visit was an exploratory mission in this regard.
Koenders said a large proportion of jobs through exports were gained by women, but often with worse compensation.
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Bert Koenders has been Member of Parliament for the PvdA since November 1997.
Albert Gerard (Bert) Koenders was born in Arnhem on 28 May 1958.
Mr Koenders said the time has come for countries to choose their own growth paths, strengthen the South-South Cooperation and promote public/private partnerships.
Minister Koenders said that addressing the increased inequality that had resulted from globalization should become a priority in the next stage of the phenomenon.
Meanwhile, Joyce Namutebi reports that Koenders has commended Uganda’s efforts to boost the education sector.
Gilbert Bukenya, at Parliament, Koenders said despite the many challenges Uganda faced, it had made enormous progress in increasing the primary school enrolment through the Universal Primary Education.
De heer Koenders was eerder werkzaam als beleidsmedewerker.
Koenders was a member of the Tweede Kamer (lower house) for the Labour Party from 1997 until 2007.
Koenders is Minister without Portfolio of Development Cooperation (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) in the Fourth Balkenende cabinet sworn in on February 22, 2007.
Minister Song and Minister Koenders expressed their satisfaction with the increase of bilateral cooperation, and agreed to exert collaborative efforts to conclude the ROK-EU Free Trade Agreement at the earliest date possible.
At the end of a two-day visit to Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, development minister Bert Koenders said that economic cooperation between Rwanda and the DR Congo could be a major stepping stone towards peace in eastern Congo.
Earlier in the day, Mr Koenders met with the Rwandan Minister of Foreign Affairs, Rosemary Museminari, and Prime Minister Bernard Makuza, who assured him that the Rwandan government is giving no support whatsoever to Laurent Nkunda's rebel army in eastern Congo.