One UN Pilots: Aligning UN Capabilities in Support of National Development
39th United Nations Issues Conference
 
 
One UN is a new program meant to improve the delivery of development services to developing countries. The program began last year and eight countries are participating as pilot countries in it. The United Nations—especially the General Assembly—is keenly interested in how the program is working.

To help with the early assessment of One UN, the Stanley Foundation convened its annual UN Issues Conference on the topic of “One UN Pilots: Aligning UN Capabilities in Support of National Development.” Among the findings of the conference is that the pilot countries are generally pleased with the program thus far. The dialogue brief also includes numerous recommendations for strengthening the implementation of the program.


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