Wednesday, January 29, 2020

MOPAN study highlights dilemma of UN reform

The third MOPAN study puts the spotlight on the dilemma of making UN agencies more effective by pooling their resources at country level.

The survey shows that ILO receives much better marks from donors in countries where it has its own offices. The UN reform panel proposed that UN agencies operate from a common UN office in developing countries.

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