1. UNITED NATIONS
2. STRUCTURE OF UNITED NATIONS AGENCIES
2.1 DEVELOPMENT AGENCIES
2.1.1 The United Nations Development Program -UNDP
2.1.2 The United Nations Children's Fund -UNICEF
2.1.3 The United Nations Population Fund -UNFPA
2.2 HUMANITARIAN AFFAIRS AGENCIES
2.2.1 Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator -ERC
2.2.2 The Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees -UNHCR
2.2.3 The World Food Program -WFP
2.2.4 The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East -UNRWA
2.3 PEACE AND SECURITY AGENCIES
2.3.1 Department of Political Affairs- DPA
2.3.2 Department of Peacekeeping Operations- DPKO
2.3.3 Department for Disarmament Affairs Disarmament Issues- DDA
2.4 ECONOMÃÂ°C AND SOCÃÂ°AL AGENCIES
2.4.1 Department of Economic and Social Affairs- DESA
2.4.2 United Nations Conference on Trade and Development- UNCTAD
2.4.3 United Nations Environment Program- UNEP
2.4.4 United Nations Human Settlements Program -UN-HABITAT
2.4.5 United Nations Drug Control Program- UNDCP
1. UNITED NATIONS
The United Nations (UN) is an international organization established in 1945.
It was founded at the end of World War II by the victorious world powers. The aim was to avoid conflicts between nations and make future wars impossible, by developing collective security. Governments can make easy cooperation with international law, international security, economic development, and social equity. In the beginning 51 states was member, in 2005 it was 191 members.
The organization is structurally divided into administrative bodies, including the UN General Assembly, UN Security Council, UN Economic and Social Council, UN Trusteeship Council, UN Secretariat, and the International Court of Justice.
The Council has five permanent members which are ; People's Republic of China, French Republic, Russian Federation, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland ,United States of America. The permanent members were originally drawn from the victorious powers after World War II.
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