United Nations Office of the Special Advisor on Africa (OSAA)
Bureau du Conseiller spécial pour l'Afrique
Oficina del Asesor Especial para Africa
2003 New York NY USA
Established 1 May 2003, New York NY (USA), pursuant to resolution 57/7 of 4 Nov 2002 of A-XA3375 - United Nations (UN).
Promote international support for peace and development in Africa through: advocacy; facilitating intergovernmental deliberations on Africa; assisting the UN Secretary-General in further advancing coherent UN system support for Africa's development.
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Headed by Under-Secretary-General, reporting directly to UN Secretary-General. Units (2): Coordination Advocacy and Programme Development; Policy Analysis and Monitoring.
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