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WHO (World Health Organization) 

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Official Language: English

Agenda A: Strengthening Global Cooperation to Address Pandemic Diseases

Agenda B: Reducing Disparities in Vaccine Distribution

WHO is an international organization that aims to promote health and support the vulnerable. Moreover, WHO provides health standards and promotes research in healthcare. The main goal is to ensure universal health coverage (UHC) of citizens worldwide and to focus on effective response to health emergencies.


GGGI (Global Green Growth Institute)

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Official Language: English

Agenda A: Improving Adequate National Responsibility through Global Cooperation to Effectively Achieve the Goal of NDCs

Agenda B: Structuring Global Coordination to Boost Supply of Solar Energy in Africa

GGGI is a treaty-based international, inter-governmental organization dedicated to supporting and promoting strong, inclusive and sustainable economic growth in developing countries and emerging economies. GGGI is accelerating the transition toward a new model of economic growth – green growth. Green growth is a coordinated advancement of economic growth, environmental sustainability, poverty reduction and social inclusion driven by the sustainable development and use of global resources. The GGGI works across four priority areas, including energy, water, land-use planning, and green cities.


UNFCCC (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change)

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Official Language: English

Agenda A: Bridging the Funding gap to Loss and Damage

Agenda B: Increasing Role of Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry (LULUCF) to Address Climate Change

UNFCCC is an international treaty established in 1992 to address the urgent issue of global climate change. With nearly 200 member countries, UNFCCC serves as the primary forum for negotiations and decision-making on climate change at the global level. It is a parent treaty of the 1997 Kyoto Protocol and the 2015 Paris Agreement, and its central mandate is to foster international collaboration, drive collective action, and mitigate greenhouse gas emissions while promoting sustainable development and enhancing resilience to climate impacts.

An IOM staff member interviews a beneficiary in Arbal Village, Gomole Woreda, Borena Zone,

IOM (International Organization for Migration)

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Official Language: English

Agenda A: Strengthening Capabilities of Small Island Countries to Handle Sea Level Rise

Agenda B: Maximizing the Mutual Benefits Arising from Migration and Development Nexus

IOM supports immigrants worldwide, develops effective responses to changing migration dynamics, and is a critical international organization for advice on migration policies and practices. It supports the orderly and humane management of migration to promote international cooperation on migration issues, to improve Migration and Development Nexus, to help find practical solutions to migration problems, and to provide humanitarian aid to migrants in need, including refugees and domestic displaced people.


UNDP (United Nations Development Programme)

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​Official Language: English

Agenda A: Utilizing Nature-based Solutions (NBS) to Address Socio-environmental Challenges Caused by Climate Change

Agenda B: Strengthening Private Sector Involvement in Development Finance

UNDP is a global organization focused on advancing sustainable human development and combating poverty on a global scale. With a presence in over 170 countries and territories, UNDP collaborates with governments, civil society, and the private sector to address key development challenges. Through its expertise, resources, and partnerships, UNDP plays a pivotal role in supporting countries in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and building inclusive and resilient societies.

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