United Nations International Short Term Advisory Resources (UNISTAR)
Jul 1990. With effect from 1 Jun 1993, merged with F-XF4104 - United Nations Volunteers (UNV), becoming a programme of UNV, but still maintaining a distinct identity. Previously within the framework of E-XE3382 - UNDP, a precursor having been set up, 29 Jun 1985, by UNDP Governing Council by decision 85/13. From Jul 1990 to May 1993 managed by Division for Private Sector in Development (DPSD). Currently works in close collaboration with UNDP, to which UNV is linked administratively. Ceased to exist, when replaced by Corporate/Private Sector Programme (CPS).
Facilitate provision of high quality, short-term advisory services to companies, industry groups and organizations so as to enhance the capacity of private and public entreprise and thus support long-term sustainable human development and eradication of poverty worldwide.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
UIA Org ID
** UN SDGs are linked to the subject classification.
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