The security situation in Darfur has stabilized over the past two years, according to the Force Commander at the joint African Union/United Nations operation there, known as
The amount of money required to meet global humanitarian needs in 2016 is “tremendous,” according to the man heading up the World Humanitarian Summit to be held in Turkey next May.
Spread of Ebola in West Africa remains a concern for UN
Veterinarians and microbiologists from Africa and Asia have been learning how to map the DNA of viruses at a workshop organised by the UN’s atomic energy agency, the IAEA.
Agriculture is becoming less of a “toxic issue” in climate change discussions according to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).
The UN Secretary-General has said that he’s convinced world leaders will adopt an “ambitious” climate deal at a summit which begins in Paris, France on Monday.
Biodegradable plastics are thought by most to be good for the environment, but the opposite may be true.
Finding the money to pay for initiatives to slow down climate change is seen by many as the greatest challenge facing the international community, as it prepares for historic talks in France in December.
“We have the tools” to do better in the fight against terrorism without compromising human rights.
That was the message to the UN Security Council on Tuesday, from the Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
Liberia is committed to moving ahead by assuming responsibility for security in the West African nation; that’s according to the UN’s most senior envoy in the country.