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Coordination

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Coordination

International Committee for the Coordination of Clinical Application and Teaching of Autogenic Therapy / Est. 1961
Comité européen de coordination contre la tenderie en Belgique
CMEA Coordinating Centre for Protection of Ecosystems
European Environmental Consumers Coordination
Nongovernmental Development Organizations Coordination Group for Onchocerciasis Control / Est. 1992
Scientific Information Centre of Interstate Coordination Water Commission of Central Asia / Est. 1993
Coordination for Tomorrow's Africa / Est. 1995
Agency for the Development and Coordination of International Relations / Est. 1995
United Nations Office of the Special Coordinator for Africa and the Least Developed Countries / Est. 1992
Permanent Mechanism for Consultation and Political Coordination / Est. 1986
Groupe de coordination inter-OING
Foundation for International Scientific Coordination / Est. 1924
Inter-State Coordination Water Commission of Central Asia / Est. 1992
CMEA Coordinating Centre for Atmospheric Pollution and Contamination Control
European Committee for the Coordination of Electrotechnical Standards of EEC Member Countries / Est. 1958
Joint Young Group of Coordination and Cooperation EC/ACP
Committee of High-Level Government Experts / Est. 1971
Continental Indian Coordinating Commission / Est. 1991
Coördinatiecentrum Mensenhandel
Latin American Coordination Table for Fair Trade / Est. 2004
Latin American Banana and Agroindustrial Workers' Union Coordination / Est. 1993
International Co-ordination Centre for Ecology and Genetics
Coordinator of Latin American Cinema and Communication Indigenous Peoples / Est. 1985
European Coordination, International Young Catholic Students - International Movement of Catholic Students / Est. 1950
Latin American Committee for the Coordination and Promotion of Appropriate Technology / Est. 1978

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World Problems relating to Coordination

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Proliferation and duplication of organizational units and coordinating bodies of the United Nations system
Widespread community factionalism
International economic fragmentation
Proliferation and duplication of United Nations information systems
Fragmentation and complexity of the United Nations system
Inadequate budgetary coordination within the United Nations systems
Inadequate administration of aid
Motor skills disorder

Action Strategies relating to Coordination

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Studying public policy
Strengthening United Nations coordination on poverty reduction programmes and pilot projects
Coordinating government policy-making
Advancing integrated rural development
Coordinating activities of international organizations
Coordinating international river basin development
Establishing multisectoral national advisory and coordinating groups on environmental education
Strengthening role of UNEP in the follow-up to UNCED and in implementing Agenda 21
Coordinating UNCED follow-up
Developing industry
Increasing international labour mobility
Developing wireless communications technology
Holding global forum
Strengthening coordination and cooperation among research programmes on global change
Coordinating policy-making
Organizing comprehensive community care
Improving coordination among public, NGOs, indigenous people and local communities
Organizing community health control
Coordinating mapping services
Coordinating economic development
Organizing community space
Coordinating seed quality development
Coordinating national economic policy in the light of interests of developing countries
Coordinating disaster relief assistance
Increasing international economic cooperation

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