Specialized agencies of the United Nations Organization (UNO)

United Nations Organization (UNO)

There are currently 192 member states
Headquarters: New York City
Official languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, Spanish
Establishment: 1945


Specialized agencies of the United Nations Organization (UNO)
Acronyms
Agency
Headquarters
Estd in
FAO
Food and Agriculture Organization
Rome, Italy
1945
IAEA
International Atomic Energy Agency
Vienna, Austria
1957
ICAO
International Civil Aviation Organization
Montreal, Canada
1947
IFAD
International Fund for Agricultural Development
Rome, Italy
1977
ILO
International Labour Organization
Geneva, Switzerland
1946 (1919)
IMO
International Maritime Organization
London, United Kingdom
1948
IMF
International Monetary Fund
Washington, D.C., USA
1945 (1944)
ITU
International Telecommunication Union
Geneva, Switzerland
1947 (1865)
UNESCO
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
Paris, France
1946
UNIDO
United Nations Industrial Development Organization
Vienna, Austria
1967
UPU
Universal Postal Union
Bern, Switzerland
1947 (1874)
WB
World Bank
Washington, D.C, USA
1945 (1944)
WFP
World Food Programme
Rome, Italy
1963
WHO
World Health Organization
Geneva, Switzerland
1948
WIPO
World Intellectual Property Organization
Geneva, Switzerland
1974
WMO
World Meteorological Organization
Geneva, Switzerland
1950 (1873)
UNWTO
World Tourism Organization
Madrid, Spain
1974

One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Dr.Jahan Zeb Ansari on January 26, 2011 at 9:35 pm

    Dear
    I want to ask about poverty alleviation programs funded by UNO/FAO in Pakistan

    Reply

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