New York – United Nations Day highlights the enduring ideals of the Charter, adopted on this date 74 years ago.
Amid stormy global seas, the Charter remains our shared moral anchor.
Mogadishu – On a visit to the Somali capital today, a high-level delegation of United Nations and African Union officials welcomed the Horn of Africa country’s achievements in women’s participation in its peace, security and development efforts– while also calling for further pro
Mogadishu – On a visit aiming to express her solidarity with the women of Somalia, the United Nations Deputy Secretary-General, Amina Mohammed, has called for the full participation of women in the country’s peace, security and development efforts.
Mogadishu – On the second anniversary of the deadly October 14, 2017 suicide bombings in Somalia, the United Nations envoy to the country today remembered the victims of the attack and reaffirmed the world body’s solidarity with and commitment to all Somalis.
Mogadishu – The Somalia Partnership Forum concluded today in Mogadishu, with attendees taking stock of progress the country has made, while also noting remaining challenges and agreeing on a set of priority actions needed to take the country forward.
Mogadishu – The Federal Government of Somalia and its international partners gathered in the country’s capital today for the 2019 Somalia Partnership Forum (SPF) – an opportunity for all concerned to take stock of the progress made by the country as well as
Mogadishu – A group of Somalia’s international partners* welcome the successful discussions on debt relief and financial governance between the Federal Government of Somalia, the Federal Member States and the Banadir Regional Administration, h
Mogadishu, 15 September 2019 – Somali youth representatives were recently told of the importance that the United Nations attaches to young people’s role in national peacebuilding initiatives, and how political inclusion can enhance this.