UN South Africa staff and community members participating in UN Commitment Walk as part of UN Day commemoration.

UN Day (24 October) marks the anniversary of the ratification of the of the United Nations Charter in 1945. The United Nations was founded to support collective action to realise peace, development and human rights for all. To commemorate this day, UNDP South Africa joined various agencies in promoting the work of the UN in South Africa; reiterating the relevance of UN in SA. On Friday, 25 October, UNDP joined in the UN Commitment Walk aimed at the UN’s commitment to peace and unity.

The partnership between the Government of South Africa and UNDP is to advance South Africa’s strategic priorities to work for a thriving and more resilient country. To achieve this, UNDP occupies itself with unlocking much needed technical assistance and finances required by the country. As such, UNDP took to various platforms to talk about its service offer on financing the Sustainable Development Goals.

United Nations Day| Marking the day with Dr Ayodele Odusola

Dr Ayodele Odusola, Resident Representative, UNDP South Africa on commemorating UN Day.

United Nations Day |Marking the day with Ms Orria Goni

Ms Orria Goni, Finance for Development and South-South Cooperation Team Leader at UNDP, commemorating UN Day.
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