United Nations Trust Fund for Ageing
Fonds d'affectation spéciale des Nations Unies concernant le vieillissement
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1980, within the framework of A-XA3375 - United Nations (UN), persuant to General Assembly resolution 35/129 of 11 Dec 1980, to supplement the United Nations regular budget resources for preparation work and to support follow-up of the World Assembly of Ageing in 1982. Became operational 1983. General Assembly resolution 37/51 of 3 Dec 1982 requested the Secretary-General, inter alia, to use the United Nations Trust Fund for the World Assembly on Ageing to meet the rapidly increasing needs of the ageing in the developing countries, least developed countries in particular.
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