UNITAR


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UNITARUnited Nations Institute for Training and Research
UNITARUniversiti Teknologi Tun Abdul Razak
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About UNITAR : The United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) was established with the purpose of enhancing the effectiveness of the United Nations in achieving the major objectives of the Organization.
Proceedings of the International Conference on "Alternative Strategies for Desert Development", Organised by UNITAR and Published by Pergamon Press, New York, USA.
UNITAR will assess the program in a report in fiscal 2002 and then likely decide whether its regional foothold be established in Hiroshima Prefecture, they said.
Expression of interest for UNITAR Hosting of Microsoft Office 365 and data migration
The UNITAR is working on the four issues such as the Environment, Governance, Peace Security and Diplomacy and Research.
Yvonne Lodico, Head of UNITAR, will open the forum, with welcoming remarks from Jim Thebaut, President of The Chronicles Group, and Harold H.
UNOSAT is a programme of UNITAR that uses specialized skills to perform satellite imagery analysis, design integrated solutions in GIS and geopositioning, and develop the capacity of agencies and counties via training and technical support.
Address : Attn: Bini Thomas, UNITAR, International Environment House,
About UNITAR/UNOSAT UNOSAT is a programme of UNITAR that uses specialized skills to perform satellite imagery analysis, design integrated solutions in GIS and geopositioning, and develop the capacity of agencies and counties via training and technical support.
Expression of interest for UNITAR Fellowship for Afghanistan Programme, 31 August to 5h September 2015
Since inception in 2006, G3ict has organized or contributed to 83 awareness raising and capacity building programs for policy makers in cooperation with international organizations such as the ITU, UNESCO, UNITAR and the World Bank on all continents.
Together with actions taken by a host of global IGOs such as UNEP, FAO, WHO, ILO, IFCS, UNIDO (UN Industrial Development Organization), and UNITAR (UN Institute for Training and Research), and more regional forums, these efforts represent an attempt to protect human health and the environment from the many dangers of hazardous chemicals.