Innovative Ideas for Financing and Implementing the United Nations (Un's) Sustainable Development
The United Nations (UN's) is an intergovernmental organization in enhancing international compliance. A substitute for the incompetence League of Nations; it was set up on the 24th of October 1945 after the end of the Second World War in other to prohibit another such conflict. At its beginning, the United Nations (UN's) is located in Manhattan, New York City and it witnessed exemption from legal jurisdiction. Further center of operations are located in Nairobi, Geneva and Vienna. The Organization is financed voluntary and receives donations from its member countries. Its aims and objectives entail enhancing human rights, promoting international security and peace, safeguarding the environment, fostering economic and social development, providing humanitarian assistance in cases of natural conflict, famine and armed conflict.
The United Nations (UN's) has six basic organs; the Security Council, the General Assembly, the Secretariat, the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), the United Nations Trusteeship Council and the International Court of Justice (ICJ). The United Nations (UN's) system agencies comprise of: The World Health Organization (WHO), the World Bank Group (WGB), the United Nations (UN's) Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the
World Food programme (WFP).
Definition of Sustainable Development
- It a means of attaining a desirable as well as an attractive future state for human societies
in which the living conditions and the applications of resources consistently meets the demands of humans without hindering the beauty, stability and also the integrity of natural biotic systems.
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This paper begins with the facts about the United Nations (UNs); The United Nations
(UNs) is an intergovernmental organization in enhancing international compliance. A substitute for the incompetence League of Nations; it was set up on the 24th of October 1945 after the end of the Second World War in other to prohibit another such conflict. It goes further to define the word “Sustainable Development” which is very necessary in understanding this paper. It lists the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which include the following: (Climate Action, No Poverty, Gender Equality, Innovation, Industry and Infrastructure, Justice, Peace and Strong Institution, Life on Land, Responsible Production and Consumption, Reduced Inequalities, Economic Growth and Decent Work, Sanitation and Water, Clean and Affordable Energy, Sustainable Environment and Communities, Life below water, Zero Hunger, Quality Education, Good Well being and Health and lastly Partnership for the goals. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are seventeen in number as well as its 169 targets as emphasized on this paper; it also examines the various challenges facing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Finally, it examines the various innovative ideas for financing and implementing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which is the major context of this paper.