United Nations Organizations in New York, United States of America
United Nations Headquarters
Built in 1952, the headquarters of the United Nations are established on an eighteen acre International Zone in New York, which belongs to all Member States. There are four main buildings which include the Secretariat, the General Assembly, the Dag Hammarskjold Library and the Conference Building.
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
The United Nations Children's Fund was established to further the rights and care of children around the globe and aims to overcome child poverty, violence and disease. UNICEF works on programs in one hundred and ninety one countries and is entirely dependent on voluntary contributions. UNICEF's main focus areas are gender equality and basic education, child protection, child development and survival, emergency assistance and social and economic policy.
3 United Nations Plaza
Unites States of America
United Nations Development Program (UNDP)
The mission of the United Nations Development Program is to reduce poverty in developing countries, provide aid, advocate change and help people improve their lives. UNDP's main focus areas are crisis prevention and recovery, poverty reduction, environment and energy, democratic governance and HIV/AIDS programs.
United Nations Development Programme
One United Nations Plaza
NY 10017 USA
United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)
The mission of the United Nations Population Fund is to promote the rights of people around the world and equal opportunities for all. UNFPA's main focus areas are gender equality and womens empowerment, reproductive health and family planning, development and population strategies.
United Nations Population Fund
605 Third Avenue
The United Nations Office of the High Representative for Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries and Small Island Developing Countries (UN-OHRLLS)
UN-OHRLLS was established to advocate international support, implement and monitor programs and coordinate economic and social support for the least developed countries.