UNITAR has been adapting its methodologies and approaches to reflect the changing times and address the ever-evolving needs of participants in order to empower leaders of the futures.
The United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) was born in 1963, in a moment of hope for international collaboration and human progress. In this period of hope, ambition and transition, UNITAR came together with “the unique purpose of enhancing the effectiveness of the United Nations itself” through training and research.
Today, UNITAR’s learners come from all 193 UN Member States, benefiting from the diverse range of learning programmes which aim to help individuals and organizations achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
We transform mindsets by offering learning, analytical and capacity-centered solutions for a more sustainable world.More stories
Akram is a medical laboratory graduate but has dedicated his professional life to the humanitarian, leadership and entrepreneurship sector for around eight years...Read more
Ms. Asha Alexander came across UN CC:Learn in 2019, and since then, has motivated over 30,000 people, among students and school staff, to complete 7 courses on climate change-related issues...Read more
Cosmo Takagi may be a young professional, but he has a determination to change the world that could rival the most senior evaluator...Read more
Musa Carew is a peacebuilder at heart. Following the participation to the Youth and Peacebuilding course at UNITAR in 2019...Read more
Hakim holds a bachelor's degree in public administration and a master's in public policy...Read more
Lupia is a mechanical and manufacturing engineering undergraduate student in the University of Nairobi, Kenya. ..Read more
Mr. Mamunur Rahman is the founder of Ella Pad, a not-for-profit organization providing sanitary pads for female textile factory workers in Bangladesh...Read more
Solomon, an advocate for social and environmental causes, works for Ghana's NGO Friends of the Nation. He actively participated in UNITAR's workshops, starting with the Minamata Convention's Early Ratification in October 2015...Read more
Ms. Caroline Ouko is a civil servant working for the Climate Change Unit in Kenya who completed UN CC:Learn's Intro course on Climate Change...Read more
Talking with Sonam, who was video calling us from outside in the green forests of Bhutan where he works, it was soon clear how passionate he is about his work...Read more
Steven, an agricultural worker with a fishing family background, joined the NAP MOOC after witnessing the effects on his loved ones and community...Read more
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Are you passionate about making a positive impact on the world? Join us on our journey to create positive change! Whether you want to support our mission as a donor, collaborate as a partner, enroll in one of our transformative training courses, or become a member of our team, there's a place for you here.
You can contribute to the 60 years of UNITAR’s lasting impact on global development by becoming a donor! UNITAR plays a crucial role in advancing crucial goals such as poverty reduction, climate action, and inclusive governance. By supporting UNITAR, entities like yours have the opportunity to directly contribute to the UN efforts towards the advancement of the Sustainable Development Goals. Show more
At UNITAR, we believe that collective action and partnerships are essential to address pressing global challenges. By joining us as a donor, you align yourself with our mission and directly support the transfer of knowledge, skills, and best practices, fostering innovation and strengthening global capabilities, making a tangible and meaningful difference in the lives of people around the world.
As we commemorate our 60th Anniversary, we would like to invite you to be a part of UNITAR's legacy. Together, let us create a brighter future by investing in education, training, and capacity building. Your donation is not just a financial contribution; it is a commitment to shaping a better world for generations to come!
|Major Beneficiary Countries
|Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Mali,Tanzania, Ghana, Rwanda,
Niger and Lebanon
|Bhutan, Lao PDR, Bangladesh, Fiji, the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Uganda, and Nigeria
|Burkina Faso, Chad, Ethiopia, Kenya, Ghana, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal, and Togo
|Ethiopia, Argentina, Lebanon, Dominican Republic, Tunisia, Libya,
Niger, Ukraine, Morocco, Burkina Faso, Kyrgyz Republic, Mauritius, Brazil, Senegal,
Ghana, Mongolia, South Africa, Uruguay, and Barbados
|Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, Burundi, Cameroon, the Central African Republic
the Republic of the Congo, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC),
and Pacific Small Island Developing States
UNITAR’s 60th anniversary is an opportunity to also thank our Implementing Partners; in 2022, UNITAR forged partnerships with over 40 implementing partners, encompassing government agencies, United Nations entities, international organizations, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), academic institutions, and foundations. These collaborative efforts have proven instrumental in realizing tangible outcomes and advancing strategic and programmatic objectives across diverse UNITAR programme areas, particularly for larger scale projects. Show more
Our implementing partners bring unique expertise, resources, and networks to the table, enriching the implementation process and expanding our reach. By joining forces, UNITAR gain access to a global platform for knowledge exchange, capacity development, and innovative solutions, while they contribute directly to UNITAR’ sustainable development and peacebuilding initiatives. Together, we leverage our collective strengths to foster meaningful impact and drive positive change worldwide.
For more information on UNITAR's partnerships, please visit https://unitar.org/about/unitar/partnershipsShow less
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