United Nations volunteers programme (UNV)The United Nations volunteers program (UNV) is a United Nations organization that promotes peace and development through volunteerism around the world. UNV works with partners to integrate qualified , highly motivated and actively supported UN volunteers into the development planning process, as well as to promote the value of volunteerism and its recognition around the world.
The office of the United Nations office on drugs and crimeUNODC is a world leader in the fight against drug trafficking and transnational organized crime. The organization's activities are aimed at ensuring health, security and justice for all by combating global threats, as well as providing legal and technical assistance in preventing terrorism
UN children's FundRepresented in Uzbekistan since 1994, UNICEF works to ensure that the country's youngest citizens can grow up in a society where they are cared for , supported, and cared for . In accordance with its official mandate, UNICEF calls for guaranteed protection of the rights of children in Uzbekistan, meeting their immediate needs and ensuring that all opportunities are available for the full realization of their potential.
UN population fundUNFPA opened its Country office in Uzbekistan in 1993. The Fund is currently working on its fourth Country programme (2016-2020), which focuses on reproductive health and the promotion of related rights, ensuring the full realization of the rights, opportunities and responsibilities of women and men, and building national capacity to use demographic data in development programmes.
United Nations educational, scientific and cultural organizationUNESCO's activities in Uzbekistan are planned and managed by the UNESCO Office in Tashkent in close cooperation with UNESCO headquarters, regional offices in Bangkok, Jakarta and Almaty, And the national Commission for UNESCO in Uzbekistan.
United Nations development programme (UNDP)UNDP opened its office in Uzbekistan in January 1993, and since then the Agency has committed itself to providing development assistance to the country. UNDP worked actively to support the government, civil society and ordinary citizens of the Republic of Uzbekistan in overcoming the many challenges that arose during the transition period in the country. UNDP assisted state and non-state organizations in obtaining the knowledge, experience and resources necessary for the successful implementation of socio-economic reforms and ensuring the well-being of the population of Uzbekistan.
International labour organizationThe international labour organization (ILO) is called upon to promote social justice and internationally recognized human and workers ' rights by fulfilling its basic mission that peace in the labour sphere is essential for well -being.
Food and agriculture organization of the United Nations (FAO)The partnership between Uzbekistan and FAO has been developing since the country joined the Organization in 2001, and was recently consolidated by the opening of an FAO Office in Uzbekistan in 2014 and the signing of an Agreement with the host country . Implemented through national and regional projects , technical assistance covers a wide range of areas , including the diversification of agriculture, pastoralism and disease control, locust control, and the expansion of fish farming.
World Health OrganizationUzbekistan officially joined who on 25 may 1992. As part of the UN family , since 1993, who has actively supported Uzbekistan in its efforts to achieve national and international health goals, in particular The strategy "Health for all by 2000" and the Millennium development Goals (MDGs) until 2015 and "Health 2020".